A Cappella Men Of Home Free Sing 'Folsom Prison Blues' By Johnny Cash

A Cappella Men Of Home Free Sing 'Folsom Prison Blues' By Johnny Cash

The a cappella men of Home Free stun with their incredible cover of ‘Folsom Prison Blues.’ The classic song was written and recorded by legendary artist Johnny Cash.

The song climbed to number one on country charts and became a signature track for Johnny. Years later, he even recorded a live rendition at Folsom Prison that earned him a Grammy Award.

“I hear the train a comin'
It's rollin' 'round the bend
And I ain't seen the sunshine
Since, I don't know when”

Home Free is an American a cappella group that competed and won in the fourth season of The Sing-Off on NBC in 2013. The members of the group are Austin Brown, Rob Lundquist, Adam Rupp, Tim Foust, and Adam Chance.

Over the years, they’ve become viral sensations with their covers of hit songs such as ‘Ring Of Fire’ and ‘How Great Thou Art.’ Today, they’re taking on another classic with the fan-favorite ‘Folsom Prison Blues.’

“I'm stuck in Folsom Prison
And time keeps draggin' on
But that train keeps a-rollin'
On down to San Antone”

Not only is ‘Folsom Prison Blues’ an iconic Johnny Cash song, but Home Free is also singing this hit a cappella. That means that every single note you hear is made with the human mouth. That is no easy task but these five men pulled it off flawlessly.

From the music to the visuals, this cover certainly did the original song justice. Who else was singing along with this beloved Johnny Cash tune?

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