A Cappella ‘God Bless The USA’ By Home Free With Lee Greenwood And US Air Force Band

The talented a cappella group Home Free recently took the stage with the iconic Lee Greenwood and The United States Air Force Band to deliver a stirring rendition of ‘God Bless The USA’.

This patriotic song was first introduced to the world in 1984 by Lee Greenwood, inspired by his desire to create something that resonated with national pride. The catalyst for writing this American anthem was the tragic event of the Korean Air Lines Flight 007 being shot down, which moved Greenwood to contribute to the spirit of unity in the nation.

Initially, ‘God Bless The USA’ found moderate success on the country charts. However, the post-9/11 era transformed it into a symbol of American resilience and pride.

The lyrics, ‘And I’m proud to be an American where at least I know I’m free. And I won’t forget the men who died, who gave that right to me’ evoke deep feelings of gratitude and patriotism in many hearts.

Home Free, champions of the fourth season of The Sing-Off, includes vocal talents Austin Brown, Rob Lundquist, Adam Rupp, Tim Foust, and Adam Chance. Known for their impressive a cappella performances, the group has captivated audiences nationwide.

Collaborating with legendary singer Lee Greenwood and the esteemed musicians of the U.S. Air Force Band, they bring a deeply touching performance of this beloved song.