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Post  The Long Shot on Thu Nov 19, 2015 5:11 am



Voice Type: Bearded Tenor
Vocal Range: C2-G♯5

Significant High Notes:

G♯5: "Honey, I'm Good (Live @ Columbia, MO 4/29/16)"
E5: "The Butts Remix", "O Holy Night"
C♯5: "Children, Go Where I Send Thee", "Do You Hear What I Hear", "Go Tell It On The Mountain"
C5: "O Holy Night"
B4: "California Country", "Elvira", "Go Tell It On The Mountain", "Ring of Fire"
B♭4: "The Butts Remix", "Go Tell It On The Mountain"
A4: "9 to 5", "All About That Bass", "American Kids", "California Country", "The Devil Went Down to Georgia", "Elvira", "Everything Will Be Okay", "Feelin' It", "Friends in Low Places", "Honey, I'm Good", "Hunter Hayes Medley", "Story of My Life"
G♯4: "A Little Bit of Everything", "Fishin' in the Dark/Down in the Boondocks", "House Party", "I'll Be Home For Christmas", "Jump Right In", "O Holy Night", "Story of My Life"
G4: "California Country", "Children, Go Where I Send Thee", "Elvira", "Everything Will Be Okay", "Feelin' It", "Fishin' in the Dark/Down in the Boondocks", "Go Tell It On The Mountain", "House Party", "Hunter Hayes Medley", "Survivor", "Thinking Out Loud/Let's Get It On", "Wake Me Up"
F♯4: "American Kids", "Any Way The Wind Blows", "The Butts Remix", "Children, Go Where I Send Thee", "Colder Weather", "Elvira", "Fishin' in the Dark/Down in the Boondocks", "Friends in Low Places", "Honey, I'm Good", "I'll Be Home For Christmas", "Jump Right In", "Ring of Fire", "Story of My Life", "Thinking Out Loud/Let's Get It On", "Your Man"
F4: "A Little Bit of Everything", "Bye Bye Bye", "Children, Go Where I Send Thee", "The Devil Went Down to Georgia", "Elvira", "Everything Will Be Okay", "Hairy Christmas", "Hunter Hayes Medley", "I'll Be Home For Christmas", "Wagon Wheel (Song of the South)"
E4: "9 to 5", "All About That Bass", "Do You Hear What I Hear", "Honey, I'm Good", "Hunter Hayes Medley", "O Holy Night", "Ring of Fire"
E♭4: "Children, Go Where I Send Thee", "Fishin' in the Dark/Down in the Boondocks", "I'll Be Home For Christmas", "Story of My Life", "Wake Me Up"

Significant Low Notes:

E3: "Children, Go Where I Send Thee", "Do You Hear What I Hear", "Honey, I'm Good", "Ring of Fire", "Story of My Life"
E♭3: "Fishin' in the Dark/Down in the Boondocks", "House Party", "I'll Be Home For Christmas", "Wake Me Up"
C♯3: "Any Way The Wind Blows", "Colder Weather", "Jump Right In"
C3: "9 to 5", "Everything Will Be Okay", "Hairy Christmas", "Hunter Hayes Medley"
B2: "The Butts Remix"
B♭2: "Fishin' in the Dark/Down in the Boondocks"
A2: "Feelin' It"
G♯2: "Jump Right In"
F♯2: "The Butts Remix", "Fishin' in the Dark/Down in the Boondocks"
E♭2: "The Butts Remix"
C2: "Hairy Christmas"

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*Blue marks probable non-modal notes.
*Italics mark non-sung notes.
*Underlines mark notes found in backing vocals/harmonies.


Mid-tenor singer for the country acappella band Home Free. Beautiful voice, effortless highs throughout the fourth octave, but a surprisingly gravelly lower register that extends into the second octave. Maybe the most underrated vocalist in the entire group.

If you have any other notes that I need to know about, let me know!


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Re: Rob Lundquist

Post  Toast on Fri Nov 20, 2015 3:49 pm

Darn it, I guess I waited a little too long to make this thread. (Actually it was more like a month too long. Whoops.)

Anyway, I recall there being quite a lot of  C#3s and a couple of G#2s in "Jump Right In" (plus a few significant highs, but I don't want to check right now).
Also, I could go back and notewatch their pre-Sing-Off albums if you want me to. Rob joined the band back in 2008, so I believe that means that he's been on all of the albums besides HF's first one (From the Top).
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Post  The Long Shot on Fri Nov 20, 2015 4:19 pm

The Toasted Turkey wrote:Darn it, I guess I waited a little too long to make this thread. (Actually it was more like a month too long. Whoops.)

Anyway, I recall there being quite a lot of  C#3s and a couple of G#2s in "Jump Right In" (plus a few significant highs, but I don't want to check right now).
Also, I could go back and notewatch their pre-Sing-Off albums if you want me to. Rob joined the band back in 2008, so I believe that means that he's been on all of the albums besides HF's first one (From the Top).

Sorry, I was the one that said you should have gotten it, but when nothing happened with this for like a month afterwards, I finally said "to hell with it" and created it. But yeah, if you'd be willing to poke through the early discography, that would be awesome.
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Re: Rob Lundquist

Post  AcapellaBass on Fri Nov 20, 2015 11:02 pm

Sweet C#5 at 1:40 in their newest video.



By the way, timestamps for the chest C#5 and chest C5s?
And the C2 in Hairy Christmas?

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Post  The Long Shot on Sat Nov 21, 2015 8:26 am

AcapellaBass wrote:Sweet C#5 at 1:40 in their newest video.



By the way, timestamps for the chest C#5 and chest C5s?
And the C2 in Hairy Christmas?



The "Elvira" note is actually a B4, mispitch on my part. It's at 2:05.



2:13; Rob is singing the high part on "soul felt ITS worth".



3:40; kind of a similar deal here. Rob takes over the high part around 3:33 while Austin is singing lead.



Brief C2 is at 0:16.
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Re: Rob Lundquist

Post  AcapellaBass on Sat Nov 21, 2015 10:04 pm

I have to applaud you for being able to pitch those harmony notes - I barely heard them! Thumb up

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Re: Rob Lundquist

Post  AxelFuentes on Mon Dec 07, 2015 7:05 am

The Long Shot wrote:
C2: "Hairy Christmas"
Wait, I require some clarification: It's a slide that ENDS on C2, and you're counting that, but not Avi's slide that ENDS on D1?
Clarification, please Eh
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Post  The Long Shot on Mon Dec 07, 2015 11:19 am

AxelFuentes wrote:
The Long Shot wrote:
C2: "Hairy Christmas"
Wait, I require some clarification: It's a slide that ENDS on C2, and you're counting that, but not Avi's slide that ENDS on D1?
Clarification, please Eh

It's not a slide; it's kind of a little vocal inflection he does ("a-WE"). Certainly more sustained than the Avi D1.
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Post  AxelFuentes on Mon Dec 07, 2015 11:21 am

The Long Shot wrote:
AxelFuentes wrote:
The Long Shot wrote:
C2: "Hairy Christmas"
Wait, I require some clarification: It's a slide that ENDS on C2, and you're counting that, but not Avi's slide that ENDS on D1?
Clarification, please Eh

It's not a slide; it's kind of a little vocal inflection he does ("a-WE"). Certainly more sustained than the Avi D1.
Oh I understand now, thanks Thumb up
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Re: Rob Lundquist

Post  AcapellaBass on Sun Feb 21, 2016 10:48 pm

I see you haven't yet added notes from this song, which they've apparently only performed once.
That's a shame, because it's beautiful.


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Post  Molandfreak on Fri Feb 26, 2016 3:20 pm

I know this is the last thing you guys want to hear, but how is that C2 sustained in any way? I can barely hear anything lower than about E2 there.
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Post  Toast on Sat Feb 27, 2016 9:08 am

Hey, remember that thing I said I'd do a few months ago?
Toast wrote:I could go back and notewatch their pre-Sing-Off albums if you want me to. Rob joined the band back in 2008, so I believe that means that he's been on all of the albums besides HF's first one (From the Top).
Well, shit, I never actually got around to doing that, did I? I'll be starting on that tonight.

I'll just talk about their studio cover of "Go Tell It On The Mountain" for now. There are quite a few lead G4s, a couple of B♭4s, B4s in the second half of the piece, and a pretty damn effortless C♯5 at 2:23.
I know that the video is titled "Joy To The World". That's just a naming mistake.:

EDIT: Also, where are you hearing Rob's F#2 in the Fishin' in the Dark mashup?
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Post  Toast on Wed Mar 02, 2016 3:22 pm

So, how about those notes I brought up?
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Post  The Long Shot on Wed Mar 02, 2016 3:45 pm

Toast wrote:So, how about those notes I brought up?

Added. And the F♯2 is on the line "dumps like a TRUCK" at 2:07.

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Post  Toast on Wed Mar 02, 2016 3:54 pm

I know about that one. What about the other one that you have listed from the "FitD/DitB" mashup?
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Post  The Long Shot on Wed Mar 02, 2016 4:39 pm

Toast wrote:I know about that one. What about the other one that you have listed from the "FitD/DitB" mashup?

Oh wow, I'm clearly not paying enough attention, haha. It's at the very end where everybody is singing different parts and Rob is singing "you get a line, I'll get a POLE".
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Post  AxelFuentes on Thu Mar 03, 2016 7:30 am

The Long Shot wrote:
Toast wrote:I know about that one. What about the other one that you have listed from the "FitD/DitB" mashup?

Oh wow, I'm clearly not paying enough attention, haha. It's at the very end where everybody is singing different parts and Rob is singing "you get a line, I'll get a POLE".
I believe that's a B♭2.
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Post  Toast on Sat Mar 19, 2016 11:39 am

Wow, I'm really good at keeping promises, aren't I?

Anyway, for now I'm mostly going to be going through the songs where Rob sings the lead (at least for studio albums), because he usually sounds very similar to Matt when doing backing vocals. It doesn't help that they had layered multiple tracks for their studio stuff. I'll tackle most of the backing harmonies later on:

All I Want For Christmas Is You:
Multiple G♯4s and a few B♭4s. C♯5 at 3:19 and brief E♭5 at 3:25.
Rockin' On Top of the World:
Yeah, I'll need some help for this one. It sounds like they rotate through lead singers for the various solos. I know that there's a unison B2 at the very beginning and a solo possibly from Rob at 1:29 that tops out at C5. I honestly can't tell who sings each of the solos though. Do you think that maybe it's Chris doing most of the solos? I mean, I can't really think of anybody else who has a tone like that.
Joy To The World:
Multiple E4s and G4s. D5 at 2:30.
This Christmas:
I'm pretty sure it's Rob singing the lead in this one. Multiple A4s and D3s throughout. D5 at 2:11 and a brief C5 at 2:32.
Let it Snow/Winter Wonderland:
Multiple D3s and F♯4s and a couple of A4s in the second half of the piece.
Mary Did You Know:
I'm pretty sure he sings an E5 at 2:41. I really don't want to dig into anything else from this song, because I have a lot of other stuff to do at the moment.

Well, that's all I'm going to do tonight. It really makes me wish that Rob or Chris sang lead more often (usually that role is given to Tim or Austin nowadays). I also think that I may want to notewatch the bass, Elliott Robinson, at some point. He has a lot of solid low notes with a certain deepness that Tim honestly isn't able to replicate.
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Post  AcapellaBass on Sat Mar 19, 2016 9:51 pm

Toast wrote:He has a lot of solid low notes with a certain deepness that Tim honestly isn't able to replicate.
I agree with you there, Elliott has a certain deepness, while Tim actually has a "light ring" to his voice. Elliott is great Smile

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Post  AxelFuentes on Sun Mar 20, 2016 2:44 am

Do we know what Elliott is up to currently?
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Post  AcapellaBass on Wed May 11, 2016 1:13 am

Bit of a weird note, but a new highest note I guess.
Off-pitch G#5 or something like that at 4:25.


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Post  AxelFuentes on Thu May 12, 2016 8:02 am

AcapellaBass wrote:Bit of a weird note, but a new highest note I guess.
Off-pitch G#5 or something like that at 4:25.

It would make sense for it to be G♯5/A♭5 because they're singing the song in A♭ Major.
Yeah, I know it's probably unintentional but it counts Very Happy
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Post  AcapellaBass on Sun May 15, 2016 1:34 am

More notes from new videos (of old songs), and a super funny bit Very Happy



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Post  Pizik on Sat Aug 20, 2016 7:00 am


E4 at 2:31.
short B2 at 2:47?, E3 after that.
He sings F♯4 in harmony at 3:30 i believe.

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Post  MusicGeekSquad on Sat Aug 20, 2016 11:06 am


Rob SINGS this beautiful SOLO of Stand By Me.
lots of E3's and E4's throughout, a few belted G#4's, and a falsetto B4

I was doing some Home Free research and I found these gems. If anyone wants to notewatch this album (and others by home free) with me. Lets do it
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