The Crazy Life TourHome Free The Wilbur Theater Boston, MA 8:00 PM
When I found out Home Free was coming to Boston, I was so excited. I knew I had to go. I am so glad I purchased a ticket and went.
First off, if you haven't been to the Wilbur Theater, you need to go, that place is gorgeous. The ONLY complaint I would have about it is that it isn't stadium style seating, so the people in front of me that were a smidge bit taller got in my way a few times.. But other than that, gorrrgeous.
Home Free is a country a cappella group who won last season on The Sing Off. They are some TALENTED dudes. The show opened with Pitchslapped. Pitslapped is the a cappella group from Berklee College. They were really awesome. After a few minutes Home Free took the stage and opened with Cruise - their cover of Florida Georgia LIne's hit song. Home Free sung a variety of their cover songs, some songs off their album, Crazy Life, songs from their youtube channel, and a song from their upcoming holiday album. The whole entire concert was great, but I think one of my favorite parts was when Adam, the beat boxer, became a vocal drum set and then went off with his sick beat boxing skills. I can't even explain it, it was just awesome and you need to see them live JUST so you can hear that bit. Also, Tim, the bass singer... he is ridiculously talented. He can sing looooow, and he can also sing high. It's crazy. Every time he hit low notes the whole place was vibrating, it was so intense, but soooo good.
They said after the show they were going to Howl at the Moon, a local bar, and if anyone wanted to go, to join them. I would have LOVED to have gone, however since it was a Sunday night, I knew that I should not go and go home since work was the next day. They did, however stay in the arena to sign autographs, or just for people to say hi after the show. Of course, I was NOT prepared and didn't have anything for them to sign. Also, we couldn't take pictures, so I just gave them high fives, and told them that they were great and I had nothing for them to sign, but just wanted to say hi. I don't think they were expecting that, but that was half the fun, to surprise them.