Mississippi's all-black female country group catches Dolly Parton's eye on 'America's Got Talent  

By FactsWow Team

Posted on: 02 Aug, 2022

An image of Chapel Hart holding a cup of coffee. The right photo shows Chapel Hart posing. The country music scene is being dominated by a new group. In mid-July, Chapel Hart won America's Got Talent with their female trio, which is from Mississippi.

In addition to their cousin Trea Swindle, the group includes two sisters, Danica and Devyn Hart. NBC's Morning Show stated they have had difficulty breaking into the country music industry since 'country music doesn't always look like us.'.

During the show, they performed a cover of Dolly Parton's 'Jolene' called 'You Can Have Him, Jolene'. There was even attention paid to it by the megastar. Her social media accounts were filled with posts about the song

This is such a fun new take on my song, @ChapelHartBand! Considering today is Carl's birthday, I think I will hang on to him, and I won't tell Jolene about it They may seem like they are just getting their start, but they have been working on becoming a popular act for quite some time.

It appears that none of the women, despite living seemingly Rockstar lives and performing for fans, attending red carpets, and meeting celebs, are afraid of getting dirty.

From their Instagram account, it's apparent they enjoy fishing and hunting, eating crawfish, and riding four-wheelers.

With a few British CMA nominations and a few awards in Scotland, the country artists have become popular in the United Kingdom. It's just that they don't yet have the recognition of being the Country Music Capital.

The band will compete on AGT again this season, and even perform at the Grand Ole Opry in September. Anyone who knows anything about country music knows having a show at the Opry is pretty much a sign of success.

Source: Variety

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