The powerhouse a capella group, Home Free is back at it again but this time with an 80s hit. Sit back and relax as these talents transcend you back in time with their jaw-dropping vocals.
Home Free has been making a loud noise across the country music industry ever since their big win on the 2013 competition, The Sing-Off. The group has since gone on to record a series of chart-topping albums. While Home Free has released original music, fans can’t get enough of their powerful covers.
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Posted by Home Free on Thursday, November 8, 2018
One of their most popular renditions – raving at 2.1 million views – is their version of “Man of Constant Sorrow.” The five men tell an unforgettable story just through the beauty of their voices. Now, they are back for more.
A Riveting Rewind
The five-man a capella group is breaking the glass ceiling yet again – proving their talent can go far beyond what fans expect. Taking on the 1986 classic, “Why Does It Have To Be (Wrong or Right),” the group stuns with their always-on-point harmony.
Standing in an underground space with neon lighting, the four men put on an upbeat rendition. Their performance will have you reminiscing on the 80s all over again.
“Why Does It Have To Be (Wrong or Right)” was an instant hit for the country music group, Restless Heart. Released off their breakthrough album, Wheels, the song was just the push the band needed. The single went straight to No. 1 and spent 25 weeks following on the charts.
Home Free gives the 80s classic just the touch it needs for a modern makeover.
You can gush over their cover of “Why Does It Have To Be (Wrong or Right)” below.