All-vocal group Home Free kicked off their long-awaited return to Europe with a headline show in Berlin last week (Sept 13), followed by dates in Copenhagen, Gothenburg and Oslo over the weekend. The eight-country tour continues this evening in Malmö, before wrapping up in London on October 1st.
The band recently released ‘Remember My Name‘, the fourteenth and final music video from their latest album So Long Dixie, referencing country stars throughout the decades, from Wilie Nelson and Garth Brooks to Florida Georgia Line.
This follows the release of their new original song, ‘Skull and Bones‘, out now and due to feature in the forthcoming video game of the same name, and collaborations on two classic covers; with Brooke Eden – their version of the Larry Collins & Alex Harvey classic ‘Delta Dawn‘, originally made famous by Tanya Tucker – and with Australian stars Travis Collins and Amy Sheppard on Daryl Braithwaite’s hit ‘The Horses‘.
Remaining UK & European dates below – limited tickets available for all shows:
September 19th – Malmö, Slagthusets Teater
September 20th – Hamburg, Fabrik
September 22nd – Vienna, Arena
September 23rd – Munich, Muffathalle
September 24th – Zurich, Volkhaus
September 26th – Cologne, Kantine
September 27th – Utrecht, TivoliVredenburg – Ronda
September 29th – Birmingham, O2 Academy
September 30th – Manchester, RNCM Theatre
October 1st – London, O2 Forum Kentish Town
ABOUT HOME FREE:
Home Free have made their mark on the music scene, racking up nearly 600,000 album equivalents globally; amassing 600+ million views and over 1.6 million Subscribers on YouTube; and being declared “Country music fans’ favorite a cappella group” (Taste of Country). The group’s Sea Shanty Medley continues to prove hugely popular with fans worldwide, amassing over 40m streams, with 31m views on YouTube and almost 2m Shazams to date.
With praise rolling in from the likes of Billboard, Rolling Stone, FOX & Friends and American Songwriter, the extraordinary showmen have continued to build a loyal fanbase with their harmony-laden versions of hits by John Mayer, Blake Shelton, Keith Urban, Maren Morris, the Oak Ridge Boys, and more.