It’s been quite the pivotal year for a cappella group Home Free.

“The Sing Off” Season 4 champions continue to rack up thousands and thousands of views courtesy of their well-received YouTube videos, most recently via their collaboration with the Oak Ridge Boys on “Elvira,” a performance video recorded at Skaggs Family Records in Nashville.

The group is also on the verge of releasing their third studio album “Country Evolution” on Sept. 18, which features five new songs and nine new renditions of country classics such as “9 to 5” and “Friends in Low Places.”

Yet, the coolest part of their year thus far had to be their Grand Ole Opry debut on July 17, which we all know can be career-altering! Pulling out Rascal Flatts’ classic remake of the hit “Life is a Highway,” the versatile band had the crowd rocking in their seats with their harmonies and their fun-filled performance.

“We’re coming into COUNTRY EVOLUTION fresh on the heels of our Grand Ole Opry debut,” says said Home Free bass Tim Foust in a recent press release. “We’ve gotten to collaborate with music icons such as The Oak Ridge Boys and Charlie Daniels. We’re excited to say the least.”

So are we Home Free.

So are we.

Tricia Despres is the contributing editor for Rare Country, based out of Chicago, Illinois. Join the conversation on Twitter at @RareCountry. We would love to see y’all there.
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