The 5 men of the a capella country group Home Free is proud of their ingenious way of rendering country songs. And they did capture our hearts! The quintet has five vocalists namely Austin Brown, Rob Lundquist, Adam Rupp, Tim Foust, and Adam Chance. Let’s get to know them even more!
The 5 Men of Home Free
Adam Rupp- The Beat-box Machine
Described by Tim Foust as the life of the group, Adam Rupp was born on April 23, 1982, in Mankato, Minnesota. He and his brother Chris founded the group in 2000. He married his wife Ericha in September 2010. He can play other instruments like the trumpet, drums, keyboard and bass guitar.
I wonder if he realized that the instrument that contributed to his success is in him all along?
Austin Brown – Lead Tenor
The chatty 33- year old lead tenor is from Tifton, Georgia. He studied musical theatre at Oklahoma City University and sang in Voices of Liberty. He was singing on the Royal Caribbean cruises when he met Home Free and told them that he would be interested in joining the group if they have an opening.
The group made the right decision in letting him in. Don’t you agree?
Rob Lundquist – Tenor Harmony
The affectionate 36-year-old from Minneapolis, Minessota worked as a bartender for many years before joining the group in 2008. What we love more about our huggable Rob is that he is very proud of his family and is also blessed to have a very supportive wife.
Tim Foust – The Bass Machine
The articulate and hilarious bass, Tim Foust is from Texas. He has a good vocal that stuns the audience and was featured in many articles because of this. He proposed to his now-wife Jenika on July 6, 2016.
Adam Chance- Baritone Harmony
He was born on May 24, 1984, in Florida. He studied Journalism and music at the University of Oklahoma. He performed with another a capella act, Street Corner Symphony. He joined the quintet in the year 2016 replacing Chris Rupp as the baritone Harmony.
(* There was a mix up in the recently published article about the quintet’s members and we are very much grateful for calling our attention. It was unintentional and we already changed the said error. We would like to apologize to Home Free, their fans and their management. We’ll try our very best not to commit similar mistakes in the future as we have a great love for these awesome men and all other country singers. )
Listen Back to Their Final Performance in The Sing Off: