Band hits landmark 200 million+ views on YouTube; fourth studio album, 'Timeless,' out now
Bonafide country a cappella entertainers Home Free are ready to take the "Timeless Tour" to the Historic Riviera Theatre and Performing Arts Center in North Tonawanda on March 21. The Columbia Records quintet is comprised of Austin Brown (high tenor), Adam Chance (baritone), Tim Foust (bass), Rob Lundquist (tenor) and Adam Rupp (vocal percussion/beatboxer).
The live show will bring the band's "Timeless
" collection to life (featuring fan picks alongside original tracks that span romantic R&B jams to fun country toe-tappers). "Timeless" debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard top country albums chart late last year. Following the much-anticipated release, Home Free celebrated with two back-to-back shows in their hometown of Minneapolis and their adoptive hometown of Nashville. The sold-out performances capped off a jam-packed release kickoff that included a major TV appearance and a nationally broadcast performance
of "The Star Spangled Banner" ahead of the Minnesota Vikings/Tampa Bay Buccaneers fall face-off in Minneapolis.
Lauded as "Country music fans' favorite a cappella group" (Taste of Country), Home Free are steadfast pioneers for the genre, as they're the only country all-vocal act to be currently paving the way with a fanbase of over 208 million YouTube views. Known for their ovation-worthy harmonies and trademark a cappella renditions of today's biggest country and pop hits, a few fan-favorite videos ("Ring of Fire
" by Johnny Cash, "How Great Thou Art
," "All About That Bass
" by Meghan Trainor, "Elvira
" ft. The Oak Ridge Boys, and "God Bless The USA
" by Lee Greenwood), the band has sold more than 350,000 copies combined of their popular albums.
Home Free burst onto the scene after being crowned NBC's "The Sing-Off" victors. Founded in 2000 during collegiate years, the five-man band has been electrifying crowds with their live show for nearly a decade, performing together for packed audiences at major festivals, fairs, colleges and theaters.