After opening for Home Free in Cheyenne, Wyoming earlier this month, Texas Hill and the all-vocal group will now release a Christmas classic together — and hit the road! Home Free and the country supergroup will drop “Go Tell It On the Mountain,” combining all of their talents into one festive tune. Both Home Free and Texas Hill will also perform three shows together at the beginning of December, as part of Home Free’s Warmest Winter Tour.
“Music and tour announcement!” Home Free posted on social media, along with a clip of the song. “We’re excited to be teaming up with [Texas Hill] for a new holiday collaboration and select tour dates! Pre-save ‘Go Tell It On The Mountain’ available this Friday, Nov. 19th, and come see us on the road together!”
Music and tour announcement! We’re excited to be teaming up with @texashill for a new holiday collaboration and select tour dates! Pre-save “Go Tell It On The Mountain” available this Friday, Nov. 19th, and come see us on the road together! 🎅🎅🎅🎅https://t.co/Bs5IaIdQca pic.twitter.com/SblONJbxwS
— Home Free (@HomeFreeGuys) November 16, 2021
“The Home Free guys are some of the best harmony singers out there and they took this song to the next level. It’s not every day you get to hear ‘Go Tell It On The Mountain’ with eight voices!” Boyd says. “Collaborating with them has been a blast, and we can’t wait to sing it live together for a few shows this December.”
Texas Hill will join Home Free for their Warmest Winter Tour on December 1 in Evansville, Indiana; December 2 in Knoxville, Tennessee; and December 3 in Atlanta, Georgia. The trio will also perform several of their own shows throughout the remainder of the year, as they prepare to release their debut record, Heaven Down Here, on January 21, celebrating its release with a performance on the Grand Ole Opry the following night.
Home Free unfortunately had to move a few shows on their Dive Bar Saints Tour to 2022, after group member Rob Lundquist contracted COVID-19.
“I’m sure you saw the Home Free post earlier this week, that we had to postpone our shows, due to COVID,” Lundquist said last week. “I got bit with the COVID bugs somehow. I don’t know how it happened, but on Monday I started feeling symptoms, fever and headache and congestion. No taste or smell, which has been super duper weird. But I think I am through the worst of it. Fingers crossed.”
Pre-save “Go Tell It On the Mountain” here.
Photo Credit: Courtesy of Elicity PR / Josh Adams
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