Home Free Reimagine Sawyer Brown’s ‘Some Girls Do’ [Exclusive Premiere]
Home Free have elevated the '90s country renaissance with a cover of a Sawyer Brown hit reimagined like only the a capella group can. Watch the group take on "Some Girls Do" during the exclusive Taste of Country premiere of their playful new music video.
Baritone Adam Chance and his girlfriend star in the remake. The couple spend the video on a pickup truck tailgate, flirting with each other as Chance does his best Mark Miller. "Some Girls Do" was a No. 1 hit for Sawyer Brown in 1992. The group had some success in the '80s, but enjoyed a resurgence of their own in the early '90s thanks to hits like this one and "The Dirt Road."
The vocals of Rob Lundquist, Tim Foust, and Austin Brown are also featured in unique ways throughout the music video while Adam Rupp adds the percussion. This Home Free cover is a joyful recreation not found on their most recent studio album Timeless. The music video was filmed in Nashville.
Home Free have released the new music video just days before the start of their third annual country Christmas tour. The tour begins on Nov. 24 in Atlantic City and runs through Dec. 31 in Phoenix. The group also announced dates for a 2019 tour. The Timeless World Tour will begin Feb. 28 in Chattanooga, Tenn., and run through May 11 in Mobile, Ala. Fans can expect songs from Timeless, as well as new material during the 2019 tour.
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