We Review the Home Free concert

We Review the Home Free concert

Mireille

Better late than never but here is the review for the concert of the a cappella group Home Free which they held on the 12th of May in Utrecht, The Netherlands.

For those interested in just the review you can skip to page 2 of this article. Otherwise continue reading about this amazing group of men.

History of the group

The group was formed in 2000 by Chris Rupp and consisted back then of Chris and Adam Rupp, Matt Atwood, Darren Scruggs and Dan Lemke. Over the years people have come and come and the current group consists of these fine gentleman: Austin Brown, Rob Lundquist, Adam Rupp, Tim Foust and lastly but not least Adam Chance.

From left to right: Austin, Adam R, Rob, Tim and Adam C.

The Group

Each have their own speciality within the group as to sing. They were formed according to the traditional barbershop quartet, with a lead tenor, a bass and two harmony voices. Austin Brown is the lead tenor who fronts the group and sings the most solos. Rob Lundquist sings tenor harmony while Adam Chance sings baritone harmony. Tim Foust takes care off the bass part in the group. The percussion sounds are provided by beatboxer Adam Rupp.

I came across these men while looking for some music videos of fellow a cappella group Pentatonix. Check out their awesome music channel of Home Free on Youtube.  I got me excited for their harmonies. I fell in love with their cover version of Ring of Fire by Johnny Cash. They have even surpassed the original in my opinion.

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The Good
  • - awesome singing voices - nice combo of singing/comedy - beatbox solo by Adam Rupp
The Bad
  • - a bit on the short side - no setlist - some unknown songs (to me), could have been more popular
4 Great

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