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A popular Midwest touring attraction playing an average of 200 shows a year since the early 2000s, a capella sensation Home Free (www.homefreevocalband.com) is in a whole new kind of career overdrive since winning Season 4 of NBC's "The Sing-Off" in December 2013 with their dynamic version of Hunter Hayes' "I Want Crazy."
Currently headlining the first ever Sing-Off Live Tour, a 32-city jaunt across the country that features previous show contestants Voiceplay and The Philharmonic, the five piece Minnesota based country vocal group - who released their major label debut Crazy Life on Columbia Records February 24 - is set to perform their first-ever Las Vegas showroom date April 24 at the LVH Theatre at the Las Vegas Hotel and Casino.
Tickets are on sale now and priced between $49-100 plus tax and service charge at http://www.thelvh.com/calendar/298-jeff-tracta-home-free--together-1-night-only. Premium seats ($100 tickets) include a VIP meet and greet with a CD giveaway.
Home Free will be co-headlining with master impressionist Jeff Tracta (www.jefftracta.com), who will be performing his cutting edge multi-media show "A Journey Through Pop Culture." A comedian and vocalist who wows crowds across the globe, Jeff takes his audience on a high-energy journey through pop culture creating over a 100 spot on impressions of your favorite celebrities from TV, film and music. Jeff's unique talent has taken the art of entertainment to a whole new level, as his show is an amazing, interactive, multi-media extravaganza with mass appeal ... a once in-a-lifetime experience.
Those who became fans of Home Free during "The Sing-Off" will be treated to some things the camera didn't show, including their quick-witted rapport and comic routines between musical numbers.