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Chapel Hart has found a way to gift wrap their Mississippi roots & Louisiana spice and share it with listeners around the world. Consisting of sisters Danica and Devynn Hart along with cousin Trea Swindle, they went from singing together as children in Hart’s Chapel, to a world-class group whose colorful and contagious energy has flourished into a full live band experience that fills venues at home and around the country. Chapel Hart has an amazing ability to tug on your heartstrings with a tender yet powerful ballad, then have you pumping your fist in unison to the pulse of hard-hitting music. The cohesiveness of the band has not gone unnoticed, as they have garnered thousands of fans from all over the world and have received hundreds of thousands of views online of their performances.
In 2021, Chapel Hart was inducted into CMT’s Next Women of Country, the institution that has been known to help up-and-coming female country artists such as Kelsea Ballerini, Ashley McBride, & Gabby Barrett… to name a few. This Mississippi trio’s music has reached fans around the globe earning them the title of “International Group of the Year” as well as “International Song of the Year” for the single “You Can Have Him Jolene” in Scotland. They were also nominated in multiple categories by the British CMAs including “Group of the Year” and “Album of the Year” for their sophomore release The Girls Are Back In Town.
The trio has a natural ability to make people join together in song and dance and in their live performances. They often note music’s incredible power to unite people of all nationalities, religions, and walks of life. The ladies will often treat the audience to three-part harmony A Capella arrangements that range from energetic and playful to emotional and chilling. Chapel Hart has entertained people from all over the world, and the decision is always unanimous: there’s no experience quite like the Chapel Hart experience!
ABOUT LUCAS HOGE
With equal ease and finesse, No. 1 Billboard-charting artist Lucas Hoge can craft a song, cast a line, or call in a turkey in front of a film crew, all while holding an audience’s attention on stage when performing. As a warm, engaging television host on “Hoge Wild,” his own weekly series on Sportsman Channel (USA and Canada), Lucas takes viewers across the globe as he travels to New Zealand, Bolivia, South Africa, and unchartered territory in North America. With a guitar in one hand and a bow in the other, Lucas treks the world to amplify his passion for the outdoors and change the narrative around conservation with each “Hoge Wild” episode. The show was one of the highest-rated last year, and Season 4 will begin airing in June 2023.
Lucas’ journey all began and continues with a song, though. The Hubbell, Nebraska native, whose hometown boasts a population of 44, is consistently in the studio with a hit producer as he records new music to be released throughout the year.
With Lucas Hoge’s restless creative spirit, an abundance of Midwestern charm, and a work ethic that won’t let him slow down, it looks like the best is yet to come.