A Country Christmas
- Add to cal November 9, 2016 | 7:00 PM
From the devoted followers that the all-vocal band has performed for worldwide, to high praises from media labeling them “pure ear candy” (NJ Arts) and with fan-propelled YouTube views over 78 million,Home Free is quickly proving they are a must-see group and one of the most exciting and unique bands to hit country music. On Wednesday, November 9, 7 p.m., the band will embark on the 29-city A COUNTRY CHRISTMAS Tourkicking off at the Meyer Theatre in Green Bay.
“For us the, road is home. We’re pumped to bring new music, new production, and a whole new feel to this Holiday tour,” says bass Tim Foust. This will be first tour with the group’s newest member, Adam Chance, who joined the band this June. “The first few shows with Chance have been exciting for us,” added Foust. “He’s added an amazing depth in our sound that makes for some incredible moments.”
Last year, Home Free celebrated the holidays in a big way! The band’s HOME FREE FOR THE HOLIDAYS Tour was a huge success with numerous sold-out dates. In the midst of the tour, Home Free also made a couple TV appearances with songs from their album, Full Of Cheer, including “I’ll Be Home For Christmas,” in dedication of the military, on “FOX & Friends” and “Angels We Have Heard on High” on Hallmark Channel’s “Home & Family.” And they were incredibly honored to join music icon Kenny Rogers on “Children, Go Where I Send Thee” from his album, Once Again It’s Christmas.... Continue Reading