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Home Free is a cappella group that started as a group for performing in music shows in 2000. The group was formed in Mankato, Minnesota by Chris Rupp having five members who were all brothers in their teens. The original members of the group were Chris and Adam Rupp, Matt Atwood, Darren Scruggs, and Dan Lemke. They got financial support from Atwood's grandfather in their early musical years. Current member Rob Lundquist joined the group in 2008. The group performed in over 200 shows across the United States. The group hasn’t had its own full-time bass voice, and that is why they have worked with various talented bass singers over the years. In 2007 they worked with Chris Foss. In 2008, the group added Elliott Robinson as a bass and replaced him in 2009 with Troy Horne. They further replaced Horne with Tim Foust later that year. Matthew Tuey performed with the group on an interim basis in 2011 before he was replaced by Foust on a full-time in 2012. In 2012, Home Free invited Mathew ‘Austin’ Brown who was working on the Royal Caribbean ship to join them as a lead tenor. Home Free participated in the 2013 fourth season of ‘The Sing- Off’ on NBC and won $100,000 plus a recording contract with Sony, by singing Hunter Hayes’s ‘I Want Crazy’, as their final song in the competition. In 2014, the group released their album ‘Crazy Life’. They managed to make an appearance on Kenny Roger’s holiday album ‘Once Again It’s Christmas’ on a track known as ‘Children Go Where I Send Thee’. The music video of the track got released in 2015. The Rupp brothers and Lundquist all have formal training in music. Their musical roles are designed in the form of a conventional music group, that has a lead tenor, two harmony voices, and a bass.