Black female country music groups honored at Mississippi State Capitol
The group consists of two sisters and their cousins
Country music trio “Chapel Heart” was honored Wednesday at the Mississippi State Capitol. It’s about 75 miles northeast of New Orleans. Last year, on Season 17 of America’s Got Talent, they sang him up to number five. Danica Hart, representing the group, told Maison that Chapel Hart is looking to inspire young people.
Country music trio Chapel Heart was honored Wednesday at the Mississippi State Capitol.
The state House and Senate have submitted resolutions to sisters Danica and Devin Hart, as well as their cousin Trea Swindle.
The woman is from Poplarville. It’s about 75 miles northeast of New Orleans.
In season 17 of last year’s “America’s Got Talent,” she reached number five.
Chapel Hart gained national attention with the original song “You Can Have Him Jolene,” a sequel to the Dolly Parton classic.
On behalf of the group, Danica Hart told the House of Commons that Chapel Hart is trying to inspire young people.