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January 16, 2014

Home Free's Chris Rupp interview


Chris Rupp, Home Free founder and baritone is eyeball-deep in living his crazy life. His a cappella country music five-some Home Free sang on the Today Show this morning while their debut Columbia recording album 'Crazy Life' was being released on ITunes today. Due to pre-sales, from the moment it was released, the album has been roosting in the top spot on the ITunes Country Album Chart. On the eve of the release, Rupp shared in a phone interview from New York last night some of the incomprehensibly grand insanity that has become his life.

"I guess I'm kinda the glue, the guy that keeps us all together," said Rupp with a mixture of pride and Midwest-'tweren't -nothin'-understatement. "It was me who started the group in college [13 years ago]. Back in high school, I'd been just blown away when I heard acapella music, by the power of what just the human voice could do. By college, I thought, 'This is what I want to do."

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Posted by acapnews at January 16, 2014 12:00 AM