Home Free Goes On The Auction Block In Video For John Michael Montgomery’s “Sold”

It’s been three years since country vocal band Home Free won The Sing-Off and the quintet has been on the fast track ever since as they’ve sold out shows, performed on the Grand Ole Opry, and sang with country legends The Oak Ridge Boys, Kenny Rogers, and Alabama.

The a cappella group has become known for their stunning covers of some of country music’s greatest songs. From Johnny Cash’s ‘Ring of Fire’ to Garth Brooks’ ‘Friends in Low Places,’ Home Free puts their own unique all-vocal spins on country classics making them a standout group in a genre where heavy instrumentation reigns supreme.

In the group’s latest cover, beat boxer Adam Rupp, bass singer Tim Foust, lead tenor Austin Brown, tenor Rob Lundquist, and the group’s latest addition Adam Chance, put themselves on the auction block as they tackle John Michael Montgomery‘s 1995 chart-topping hit “Sold (The Grundy County Auction Incident).”

In the true spirit of John Michael Montgomery’s original video, the guys of Home Free perform while standing in an auction ring in a cattle barn. The crowd, consisting mostly of women, try to outbid each other for a claim on the band members. The vocal band’s humor comes out in full force in this video as they primp and groom to make themselves presentable to bidders. Austin Brown channels his inner auctioneer as he attempts to sell his bandmates to the highest bidder.

Check out this fantastic video below and let us know what you think!

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