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Home Free impresses with 'Cruise' on 'The Sing-Off'

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Tonight was the first episode of "The Sing-Off" on NBC and fans loved the group Home Free. They were the first country group to ever be on the show. They are already traveling around as a group performing all of the time. On Dec. 9, Zap 2 It helped introduce fans to this group.

In their introduction, you could hear that they do other country music. They did a bit of Hunter Hayes then but when they hit the stage they sang the song "Cruise" which is by Florida Georgia Line. They were able to impress all three judges and nobody had anything negative to say about this group.

Adam Rupp, who founded this group, says that they are the first country a capella group out there. This could be a huge bonus for them because it makes them different. At the same time, one group sang "Trouble" by Taylor Swift tonight but this is more of a pop hit for the country singer.

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