Home Free Readies New Holiday Album, ‘Warmest Winter’

Home Free; Photo by Ford Fairchild
Home Free; Photo by Ford Fairchild
Home Free; Photo by Ford Fairchild

All-vocal country group Home Free are ready to get fans into the holiday spirit with the release of their new holiday album, Warmest Winter.

Out November 6, the holiday collection follows the success of the group’s past Christmas releases, Full of Cheer and Full of (Even More) Cheer. The 12-track project includes several holiday originals as well as beloved seasonal staples.

A major highlight of Warmest Winter is the group’s collaboration with country supergroup Alabama on the iconic track “Christmas In Dixie.”

“Alabama is my all-time favorite country group,” says tenor Austin Brown. “I learned to sing harmony by listening to ‘Mountain Music’ and ‘I’m in a Hurry.’ So, needless to say, this is definitely a major highlight, if not the pinnacle of my career so far.”

Home Free‘s Tim Foust and Austin Brown each contributed several co-writes to the album, including the humorous “Cold Hard Cash” and timely “What We Need is Love.”

Fans can pre-order Warmest Winter now.

Home Free Warmest Winter Album Artwork
Home Free Warmest Winter Album Artwork

Home Free’s WARMEST WINTER Track Listing

1. “Christmas Don’t Be Late” (Ross Bagdasarian, Sr.)
2. “Christmas in L.A.” (Jack Stratton)
3. “Warmest Winter” (Austin Brown, Emma Brooke, Steven Martinez)
4. “Tennessee Christmas” feat. Rachel Wammack (Amy Grant, Gary Chapman)
5. “What Christmas Means to Me” (Allen Story, Anna Gordy Gaye, George Gordy)
6. “Winter Song” (Sara Bareilles, Ingrid Michaelson)
7. “Christmas in Dixie” feat. Alabama (Randy Owen, Jeff Cook, Teddy Gentry, Mark Herndon)
8. “Snow Globe” (Tim Foust, Keelan Donovan)
9. “Run, Run Rudolph” feat. Striking Matches (Johnny Marks, Marvin Brodie)
10. “Christmas Ain’t For the Lonely” (Tim Foust, Chris Chatham, Darren Rust)
11. “Cold Hard Cash” (Austin Brown, Andrew Tufano, Annika Bennett)
12. “What We Need is Love” (Tim Foust, Ernie Halter)

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