25 Days of Christmas Music: ‘Full of Even More Cheer’

When country a cappella band Home Free was crowned Season 4 Champions of NBC’s The Sing-Off this past December, their victory was by no means the beginnings of a career for the five country stars from Minnesota… rather it was a satisfying culmination of nearly a decade of hard work and commitment to a vocal craft growing in popularity.

Founded by brothers Chris and Adam Rupp during their college years in the early 2000s, Home Free had been perfecting their live show for years prior to The Sing-Off–performing together for crowds in countless State and County Fairs, on college campuses, and in theatres all across the country. It was their experience on the road that carried them to a Sing-Off victory, swelling their fan base and bringing their homegrown country style into a national spotlight.

‘Full of (even more) Cheer’ is the 2016 re-release of the bands earlier album ‘Full of Cheer’ with new vocalist and two new songs.  A range of exciting new country inspired popular carols as well as a fantastic rendition of ‘How Great Thou Art’.

The blend of these 5 voices, resonates beautifully on songs like ‘Silent Night’ featuring violinist Taylor Davis, ‘Oh Holy Night‘ and ‘Angels We Have Heard on High‘.  A real country feel shines through on tracks like ‘Colder Weather‘ and a laid back ‘White Christmas‘ as well as really fun version of ‘Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeer‘.

A really fun, well blended Christmas album with that slight twist of country fun.

My Must Hear: ‘How Great Thou Art’ – Home Free

To purchase this album visit: Australian iTunes

To see more of Home Free visit: http://homefreemusic.com/

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