Chapel Hart Wants to Wish You a Happy July 4

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Joe Leydon
July 3, 2024
Cowboys and Indians Magazine
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Country artists Chapel Heart — sisters Danica and Devyn Hart, first cousin Trea Swindle — will be adding their own brand of fireworks to the party when they’re showcased on stage July 4 at Houston’s outdoor Freedom Over Texas celebration. It’s the latest item on their bucket list that the rising stars first started checking off since their salad days as buskers on the streets of New Orleans. The down-home dynamos have continued to wow audiences with appearances on America’s Got Talent, where they received the show’s second ever “Group Golden Buzzer,” and at the Grand Ole Opry, where they received multiple four standing ovations for their debut performance.

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Chapel Hart three Black women in stylish western outfits pose joyfully in front of a rustic wooden structure, each showcasing unique fashion details such as a fringed jacket, a wide-brimmed hat, and patterned clothing.
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