Five men amazed fans with their breathtaking rendition of 'God Bless the USA'
The members of the beloved a cappella band, Home Free, delighted the fans with yet another sensational cover. However, this time they chose a patriotic theme leading up to the fourth of July of 2016.
Home Free released their rendition of one of the most popular patriotic songs, “God Bless the USA,” by Lee Greenwood only a few days prior to the fourth of July holiday, and people all over the country showered it with love and adoration.
The released video is not just musically fulfilling but also visually stunning as the five band members stand before Mount Rushmore as they sing the iconic song.
The song arranged by band member Chris Rupp allows ample moments for each band member to showcase their immense talent.
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The majority of the solo part was led by band tenor Austin Brown while other members stood behind him providing perfectly chilling harmonies.
One of the most fascinating performances came from band’s beatboxer, Adam Rupp, who provided the instrumental sounds. The most impressive sound he produced was mimicking the sound of a pounding snare drum.
The powerful vocal and musical talent of the band members was accentuated by the encouraging presence of the iconic Mount Rushmore behind them, giving the music video a complete, patriotic charm and appeal.
Since its upload on YouTube, the inspiring video has been watched more than 8 million times and has been liked by more than 49,000 viewers. It has also received over 4,000 comments of praises and encouragement.
Recently, the a cappella also released another poignant cover of the Grammy-winning music “Man of Constant Sorrow” on September 28.
As a song most famously heard in 2000 movie “O Brother, Where Art Thou,” the band members decided to theme the video in a rustic, warm tone and dresses as well as sceneries that reflect the theme of the movie.
Since their rise to fame after winning the singing competition, “The Sing-Off” in 2013, the a cappella ground, Home Free, has covered music from various genres and artists.
Previously, they also earned a worldwide adoration with their stunning cover of the popular country number by Keith Urban, “Blue Ain’t Your Color.”