'What Child Is This' - A Cappella Christmas Song From Home Free And Chris Rupp

Listen to this wonderful a cappella performance of the Christmas song ‘What Child Is This’ from Home Free and Chris Rupp.

“​​What child is this, who, laid to rest on Mary's lap is sleeping?
Whom angels greet with anthems sweet, while shepherds watch are keeping?
This, this is Christ the King, whom shepherds guard and angels sing
Haste, haste to bring him laud, the babe, the son of Mary”

Chris Rupp and the men of Home Free have joined up for one awe-inspiring rendition of 'What Child Is This.' This Christmas classic always gets me in the holiday spirit and this performance is no exception. Just listen to those beautiful harmonies and powerful lyrics about our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

The video shows Chris Rupp standing front and center while he sings the main solo part, and the members of Home Free back him up with their incredible harmonies. Later in the song, a few members of Home Free have a solo showcasing their vocal talent, and the whole video is just stunning to watch and listen to.

The group Home Free includes Austin Brown, Adam Chance, Tim Foust, Rob Lundquist, and Adam Rupp. “We're the world's only all-vocal country band,” reads the bio on their

YouTube page. “Everything you hear on our channels is made by the human voice,

including all those crazy drum sounds made by Adam Rupp.” All of these men have incredible voices, and it is wonderful to see them making music together and sharing their talents with the world.

We hope that you enjoyed this rendition of the Christmas song ‘What Child Is This’ from Home Free and Chris Rupp today!

Matthew 1:23
“Behold, the virgin shall be with child and shall bear a Son, and they shall call His name Immanuel,” which translated means, “God with us.”

Source: Chris Rupp

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