Chapel Harts Talk Black Culture And Legacy In Country Music

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Janell Hazelwood
June 10, 2024
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Sisters Danica, 33, and Devynn Hart, 26, along with their cousin Trea Swindle, 34, have taken their Mississippi roots—growing up in a faith-filled home of ministers—and mixed it with a Louisiana flair to win hearts in country music. Singing professionally since 2018 but together since childhood, they’ve turned their love for music into a fulfilling career that’s a family adventure.

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3 Black women in Danica, and Devynn Hart, Trea Swindle in red dresses at cma awards
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