Home Free Brings All Music Fans Together with “Country Evolution” – Album Review


Home Free, a country quintet and winners of NBC’s The Sing-Off Season 4, have released their third studio album, Country Evolution, on September 18th via Columbia Records.

Compromised of Austin Brown (high tenor), Tim Foust (bass), Rob Lundquist (tenor), Adam Rupp (vocal percussion/beat boxer) and Chris Rupp (baritone), the five-man band was founded by brothers Chris and Adam Rupp in college. Since winning Season 4 of The Sing-Off, the band has been busy creating albums, releasing new music and leaving a mark in the country scene.

On September 18, the band released their new album “Country Evolution” which features their trademark tight harmonies and collaborations. The album contains five originals and nine new renditions of hit songs, including Andy Grammer’s “Honey, I’m Good.” Our favorite original song off the album is “Summer in the Country.” The song is about spending summer time in the country and very upbeat and catchy. It kind of gives us a us a Florida Georgia Line vibe if you know what we’re talking about! The album is full of high energy, foot-moving music. If you’re not a country fan, this might change your mind.

There are two versions of the album — Country Evolution, which has 11 tracks, and Country Evolution (Deluxe Edition), which has 14 tracks. To purchase Country Evolution, click here.

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