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The world's first country a cappella group had a phenomenal start to their career, winning NBC's The Sing-Off in 2013. Since then they're released several studio albums, including Country Evolution, which hit the No.4 spot on the Top Country Albums chart and featured unique Home Free takes on Dolly's '9 to 5', and 'The Devil Went Down to Georgia'.
Before coming to national attention, Home Free found their niche in the early millennium, self-releasing four albums before competing and eventually winning season four of The Sing Off. This hard-won victory launched the group to international stardom!
Performance date: 28 March 2021
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4 reviews, average rating: (4.0 Stars)
Third time seeing them. Tonight at the Majestic. Great concert tonight... more
Excellent Stage performance. A smooth blend of voices and personalities.... more
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