What does A cappella music, the Oak Ridge Boys and Charlie Daniels have in common? Home Free! The brilliantly talented singers of Home Free have take a handful of classic country staples, remixed them, and invited the original groups to perform on the album with Home Free.
The revamped version of ‘Elvira’ was unfolded in an upbeat music video that featured the mighty Oaks. Home Free’s newest album, Country Evolution, hit iTunes on September 18th. Their version of ‘Elvira’, featuring the Oak Ridge Boys,is on the album, as well as a strong, energy-filled version of ‘The Devil Went Down to Georgia’, with a little help from fiddle-expert Charlie Daniels.
Also included on the album are ‘Friends in Low Places’, ‘Seven Bridges Road’ and ‘Honey, I’m Good’. A total of 14 songs have been compiled onto their newest, deluxe issue CD.
The video for ‘Seven Bridges Road’ was released on You Tube on the 19th, and has already raked up 53,805 views. The aspect of their videos that I enjoy is seeing their personalities shining through. It is evident they are really enjoying the ride they are on, and appreciate what they get to do. While I haven’t seen them in concert yet, I would imagine their shows are just as relaxed and entertaining as their videos. Speaking of seeing this group live…
Home Free’s tour is in full swing across the nation. Click here to find out where you see them.
Until you catch them live, be sure to check out the ‘Elvira’ music video. After watching this video,as well as many others on YouTube, you will likely be hooked, and just might want to be a fan of Home Free, lovingly referred to as ‘home fries’ from the band.
Have you seen Home Free in concert? I plan on attending next month, in Orlando, and would love to hear about your concert experience in the comment section below!