Dolly Parton Loves Mississippi’s All-Black Girl Country Group On ‘America’s Got Talent’
There’s a new country music group taking center stage. The all-girl ensemble named Chapel Hart is a trio from Mississippi, and they won the gold buzzer in mid-July on America’s Got Talent.
The singers include two sisters, Danica and Devyn Hart, and their cousin Trea Swindle. They’re making waves in an industry that, they mentioned on the NBC show, has been hard to break into because “country music isn’t always like us.”
On the show, they performed their own song “You Can Have Him Jolene”, which was a response to Dolly Parton’s “Jolene”. The mega star even paid attention to it.
Parton loved the song so much she posted it on her social networks!
“What a fun new version of my song, @ChapelHartBand! Carl’s birthday is today so I think I’ll hang on to him, and I’m not telling Jolene that today is his birthday 😉 #AGT,” she tweeted.
It may seem like they’re gaining notoriety, but they’ve actually been in the country music business for a few years now, trying to get popular.
The women, despite apparently living their Rockstar lives, performing for fans, attending red carpets and meeting celebrities, still seem like country girls at heart who aren’t afraid to stand up. dirty.
At a glance on their Instagram account, you can see them spending their free time fishing and hunting, crawfish tasting and quad biking around the country.
The country artists became a hit in the UK after picking up a few UK CMA nominations and winning a few awards in Scotland. They just haven’t “succeeded” in becoming the capital of country music yet.
Everything has changed because they will continue to compete on AGT this season, and even have a performance at the Grand Ole Opry in September. If you know anything about country music, you know that having a gig at the Opry pretty much means you’ve made it.