Home Free: Road Sweet Road Tour
Special Guest: Maggie Baugh
All-vocal Country entertainers Home Free have made their mark on the music scene, racking up nearly 600,000 album equivalents globally; embarking on major international tours; amassing 500+ MILLION views and over 1.3-MILLION Subscribers on YouTube; and being declared “Country music fans’ favorite a cappella group” (Taste of Country).
The band will be bringing new music from an unnamed recording project, that should be released in late summer. The acclaimed group lit up the 2021 holiday season by hitting the road on their Warmest Winter Holiday Tour – showcasing songs off their most recent studio album, WARMEST WINTER (2020, Home Free Records), which features 12 festive staples, memorable collaborations and Home Free originals – all guaranteed to get you in the holiday spirit. This new project follows the acclaimed group’s DIVE BAR SAINTS album, which arrived at #2 on the Billboard Country Album Sales chart. Home Free's extensive catalog spotlights six Top 10 albums, including TIMELESS, FULL OF (EVEN MORE) CHEER, FULL OF CHEER, COUNTRY EVOLUTION, and their breakout debut CRAZY LIFE (2014).
With praise rolling in from the likes of Billboard, Rolling Stone, FOX & Friends and American Songwriter the extraordinary showmen have continued to build a loyal fanbase with their harmony-laden versions of hits by John Mayer, Blake Shelton, Keith Urban, Maren Morris, the Oak Ridge Boys, and more.
Join us for a perfect evening of mixed of upbeat Nashville-dipped pop hits, country and western standards, incredible harmony and quick witted humor.
There was a time when multi-instrumentalist Maggie Baugh could have foundherself at the renowned Julliard school in New York City, playing classical pieces from thelikes of Tchaikovsky and Mozart. But life took a turn when she discoveredthe sounds of Sara Evans and Rascal Flatts, and in turn, she found a greater love for pouring her heartout through lyrics and country music.
And thank God she did.
Currently, the career of this spitfire with the crazy addictive personality is movingat warm speed. not only has she reached one million + streams on Spotify with her viral hit"Think About Me," she also finds herself standing alongside the likes of Luke Bryan andTrace Adkins, rocking out her fiddle in the music video for "Where the Country Girls At." Addthat to the fact that her new single "Drinking to the Broken Hearts' instantly snagged theattention PEOPLE and CMT, and its quite evident that this talented soul is here to stay.
Born in Boca Raton, Florida, Baugh was just two years old when she asked herparents for a violin, seemingly speared on by the classical music and intriguing charactersshe would watch on theDisney ChannelshowLittle Einsteins. At the age of six, she beganto play that violin, ultimately finding herself on the stage of Carnegie Hall just five yearslater.
But soon, Baugh found herself throwing little bluegrass into a Bach concerto andimpromtu licks to age-old classics, and it was evident her dreams were flying off thatsheetmusic in front of her. At 12 years old, she began playing the guitar and putting her soul intosongwriting, and just one year later, Baugh made her first trip to Nashville.
And from there, her career caught fire.
Soon, Baugh was playing her brand of country music all over south Florida, headlining festivals and opening on the ampitheater stages for artists such as LukeCombs, Kip Moore, and Chris Lane. And following a career-altering, personal invitation fromLive Nation's Brian O'Connell, she received a coveted spot on the lineup of Rock the Ocean's Tortuga Music Fest, which was named "Festival of the Year" at last years ACMAwards. As success began to swirl around her, Baugh made the decision to make herpermanent move to Nashville andjust 18 years old.
In 2020, while the entertainment industry found themselves at a standstill due tothe pandemic, Baugh found herself busier than ever, utilizing social media to connect to herfans in any way she could. From online musiclessons to her crazy antics, Baugh led withauthenticity, and soon found herself a tribe of fans who not only love her brand of music, but who loved her relatability. Her openness about tough topics such as depression, bullying and suicide instantly madeher a virtual friend to many,especially when they needed her most.
Today, after years of paying her dues out on the road, the twenty-something withthe girl next door vibe and the Doc Martens on her feet finds herself on the cusp of countrymusic stardom. Not only is her authentic nature on and off the stage finding its way into the hearts of a growing legion of fans, but it's also working on the industry, who have taken aliking to her long list of impressive talents.
In thelast year alone, CMT Has added both of the independent artist's latest releases to their "CMT Next Women of Country," with the CMA also adding Baugh to their "Fresh from Nashville" and "Celebrating Women of Country" Apple playlists to spportBaugh's debutsingle "Think About Me." Spotify and Apple Music also added the rising starto their "Celebrating Women in Country" playlists alongside A-list artists such as Carly 2Pearce, Cassadee Pope and Lainey Wilson, along with the "New Boots," "Breakout Country," "Release Radar," "Next from Nashville" and "New Music Nashville," with Baughas a featured cover artist spot for Spotify's editorial playlist "Fresh Finds: Country"
And after Spotify added her second single on those same playlists, PEOPLE Magazine premiered Baugh's music video for "Drinking to the Broken Hearts." CMT alsoadded the sweet video to their homepage, along with a beaming tweet to their 1.8 millionTwitter Followers. And it is this support that will soon get her back out on the road and infront of her hundreds of thousands of loyal fans in 2022, fans who find her nothing short ofirresistible.
"I just want to write music that is relatable and music that will help people forgetabout was going on in their life for a little while," she says. "Music can bring people togetherand help them forget how crazy the world can be sometimes. And if I can put a smile ontheir face for two hours, then I've done my job"