The world knew there was something special about country a capella group Home Free since they competed on The Sing-Off in 2013. Since then, the group has gathered over 500,000 subscribers on their YouTube channel and their videos have millions upon millions of views.
In addition to singing some original songs, Home Free is known for their covers of popular country and pop songs of the past and present. They've also recorded their fair share of Christmas tunes, and on November 11 they released their second Christmas album.
Called Full of (Even More) Cheer, the album contains two new tracks from the group. The first is their cover of the Zac Brown Band's "Colder Weather," and the second is their magnificent rendition of "How Great Thou Art."
The album also contains updated versions of Christmas songs the group recorded for their first holiday album. They decided to record these tracks again to feature the vocal talent of their newest member, Adam Chance. One of those songs is the Christmas carol "O Holy Night," which tells the story of the night Jesus was born.
Home Free performed their rendition of "O Holy Night" during a December 6 appearance on Hallmark's Home & Family. Standing in a semi-circle with shiny Christmas ornaments behind them, Home Free gave everyone chills with their vocal talent and splendid harmonies.
Bass singer Tim Foust took command over the lead on the first portion of the song. Then, lead tenor Austin Brown brought the whole thing home with a soaring finish that is sure to give you goosebumps when you hear it.
We've heard so many versions of "O Holy Night" before, but this has to be one of the best. If you don't watch the video below of Home Free singing this Christmas classic, then you're really missing out.
Love what you hear from Home Free's Home & Family performance? Then make sure to pick up a copy of Full of (Even More) Cheer here!
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