From Screen to Stage: The Sing Off Live Tour
You've loved watching incredible a capella artists make music on
"The Sing Off." Now, the artists are taking off on the road, where they will tour the country and show people just how magical
their music making skills are - live and in person!
The Sing Off is hitting the road for the first
time ever for a live tour. This tour will bring some of the country's best a capella artists to a stage in your own hometown.
The tour kicks off in the Northeast before the singers embark on a whirlwind trip across the country. If you're looking for
your chance to see the Sing Off live and in person, the Sing Off Live Tour Tickets are available at a wide range of locations
in early 2014, ranging from Baltimore, MD, to Indianapolis, IN, to places on the west coast, like San Francisco, CA, and Salem,
OR. If you didn't catch this opportunity, though, keep an eye out for tickets in your area!
is the first live tour for The Sing Off, the show's actually been around since 2009, when it premiered on NBC. Hosted by Nick
Lachey, the competition was originally judged by Nicole Scherzinger, Ben Folds and Shawn Stockman. Scherzinger was eventually
replaced by Sara Bareilles, then Bareilles was eventually replaced by Jewel. The winner of the first season was announced
on December 14, 2009 - and it was a group called Nota from San Juan, Puerto Rico.
The live tour
of The Sing Off will feature the show's most recent winners (of season 4), Home Free, a band that focuses on country music.
Joining Home Free on the tour are several of the show's finalists, VoicePlay - a five-part a capella group from Orlando, Florida,
and the Filharmonic, a group of Filipino-American artists from Los Angeles.
People oohed and ahed
at all of the bands on season 4 of "The Sing Off." While the judges and audiences alike were wowed by their live musical talent,
Home Free really won the hearts of everyone involved when they sang the country hit "I Want Crazy" by Hunter Hayes. The song
earned the group a $100,00 prize and a recording contract with Sony, which will help further catapult them to fame with the
release of their album, "Crazy Life," in early February 2014.
To date, Home Free has released five
albums on their own, including two Christmas records - "Christmas, Vol. 1" and "Christmas, Vol. 2." Their most recent release
since their signing with Sony, "Crazy Life," has already catapulted them up the charts to the No. 8 position on the country
chart and the No. 40 position on the U.S. charts overall.
A ticket to a Home Free concert is
a chance to witness an impressive vocal performance live. Each member of the group has formal vocal training, which shines
through clearly in their performances. While still traditionally a capella, the men in Home Free add some country twang, and
their songs will have you up out of your seat dancing honky-tonk or moved to tears with the emotion in a ballad. Home Free
and the rest of the performers in The Sing Off Live tour provide the rare opportunity to hear music that you can both enjoy