Five handsome men perform a beloved country love song a cappella and it is glorious
One of the most popular a cappella groups, Home Free, put their unique spin on a famous country number by Russell Dickerson, and it is winning everyone’s heart.
The video was shared by the band’s official Facebook page on social media where it went viral within a few moments. The caption to the video declared the song by Dickerson as ‘one of the most played romance songs of the year.’
Led by baritone singer Adam Chance, the beautiful ballad from the band features the scenes of a wedding day in which Chance is the groom.
While Chance sings the serenading song, his bandmates act as supportive groomsmen who stand by his side and provide perfect harmonies to his vocal.
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As usual, Chance’s vocal is soothing and bring forth strong emotional values. His voice is heartfelt and carries a lot of passion, which comes out to win the hearts of the fans.
His vocal might be the driving force behind the cover, but the harmonies and complementing back vocals provided by his band-mates truly accentuates the quality of the song.
The beautiful video has been viewed more than 141,000 times and has been shared more than 2,000 times on Facebook. It has also gathered more than 5,000 reactions and hundreds of people have taken time to praise the video in the comments section.
Meanwhile, Taste of Country informed that Dickerson’s song, “Yours,” which debuted in 2018, became more than just a hit radio single of the year. It went on to be a wedding staple for many couples while they planned their marriage.
Another report from the same online outlet explained that a cappella band, Home Free, were creating a trend of showcasing their personal lives through their music videos.
Earlier the band released the music video for their rendition of the song, “Spaceship,” in which the band celebrated the birth of Home Free tenor Rob Lundquist’s second child, Charlie.
The band also recently went viral with their cover of the famous Keith Urban song, “Blue Ain’t Your Color,” where the band members also showed off their amazing dance moves.