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Third time seeing them. Tonight at the
Majestic. Great concert tonight
from San Antonio, Texas
Excellent Stage performance. A smooth blend of voices and personalities. Very entertaining. worth it to see them in person. Won't disappoint.
Frasier from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
ENTERTAINED TO THE MAX
If you're kinda thinking about going, just go. If you are not sure if acapella is your thing, it doesn't have to be. Even if you're not into acapella they will blow you away. Incredible performance!
Nancy from London, Ontario
It was my first Home free concert and it was great. It seemed to me that everyone was having a good time. Clapping and singing along. I would recommend seeing them. I would again myself. The tickets where a gift from my husband. A grea9t gift
CD from Greenville, South Carolina
HOME FREE REVIEW
Awesome concert, such a talented group of guys and such great entertainers. I have now seen Home Free twice and I will go again whenever they are back in Greenville.
Louis from Dallas Tx
This was the first time that I had seen the group. I was really excited and was looking forward to a fantastic performance after hearing and purchasing many of their CD’s. However, I was sadly disappointed! I did not pay to hear two opening groups sing that I never heard.
Home Free sounded fantastic when they did sing, but too much of the concert was spent wasted on opening acts too much banter with the audience, and a solo by one of the group which was way too long.
I agree with the other people that left comments on this webpage, the strobe lights blinded us in the upper balcony area. We were unable to watch the entertainers because we were blinded by the lights. It’s unfortunate that we could not hear the beautiful harmony that we know this group can provide because it seemed as if the base on the Sound system was turned to loud drowning out their wonderful voices. All in all I enjoyed hearing the group, but was sadly disappointed in the quality of the concert. I think they need to focus on providing more singing, less techno and more songs sung by their group to the paying customers.
Merle from Boston, Massachusetts
The group "Home Free" is touted to be "a cappella" and no musical instruments were noticeable, however, they use so much technology, loopers and sound altering amplification that there voices were lost to all of the tech they use. Voices were un-intelligable most of the time, perhaps the sound system was the problem, but it was aweful. Their light show blinded me because the strobe lights were aimed at the audience, we could not see the performer's faces and isn't that supposed to be part of the show? If they "really" want to be a cappella" then why not perform "unplugged" from all the techno-junk they use? I was happy during their intermission and when it was finally over.
Bessie from Greenville, SC
I AGREE WITH MERLE FROM BOSTON
The ONLY time this group was good was when the strobe lights and technology was off - back to 5 voices that won the Sing-off. Show was only 1 1/2 hours long - not counting the intermission and time they were talking to the audience. Need to have disclosure about use of strobe lights for those prone to seizures. And please have a no child policy - several kids 2-4 years old crying, kicking the back of seats. etc. They are better to watch on Youtube.
Linda from Akron, Ohio
MERLE FROM BOSTON & BESSIE FROM GREENVILLE 100% RIGHT!
We have never missed a Home Free Concert when appearing nearby, since following them on the Sing Off, and sadly, last night will be our last. The reviews by Merle and Bessie stating use of blinding strobe lights, amplification making unintelligible...and the tech, presented a performance unlike the originality and uniqueness of the Home Free as we know it. Though I appreciate them putting their new music 'out there'...it was disappointing they didn't bring forth the great songs that brought them their notoriety, which was also disappointing. We miss the of the original Home Free!
from Joliet, Illinois
We came to hear you sing. What we got: an opening act by a young woman and couldn't understand a word she sang, a second opening act that did have impressive guitar work but couldn't understand a word they sang. Flashing white strobe lights that blinded the audience. So much time wasted on "looper noise". The best of the night was when they sat on stools and sang one song, by themselves, and no flashing lights. That's what we paid for.
This was my 3rd and final Home Free concert. So disappointed.
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