Chapel Hart Announces Headlining Glory Days Tour

Chapel Hart is hitting the road! The America’s Got Talent finalists just announced their Glory Days headlining tour, kicking off on January 26 in Wichita, Kansas, and performing in over 60 cities, including New Orleans, Sioux Falls, New York City, Los Angeles and more.

“It feels really amazing to be going out on our first ever headlining tour,” Devynn Hart says, “God has truly had his hands on us and our careers. We are forever grateful for every opportunity.”

“In my entire career, I’ve never been more excited, nervous, proud and every emotion imaginable,” Danica adds. “We’ll be able to share our songs and stories with the millions of people who got to watch us on TV, and now they get to experience us up close and personal. This tour will remind people that These Are The GLORY DAYS!”

The trio, made up of sisters Danica and Devynn Hart, and cousin Trea Swindle, had to put a pause on performing, due to Danica’s surgery for her voice. Fortunately, she is now on the mend.

Chapel Hart rose to fame by performing their original song,  “You Can Have Him Jolene,” The song earned the trio a golden buzzer, praise from Dolly Parton and  Loretta Lynn, among others, and their long-awaited debut on the Grand Ole Opry. Through it all, Chapel Hart is clear that they want to make country music.

“We’re as country as the day is long,” Trea told  The Tennessean. “It’s not the twang but the truth that defines that. I like listening to Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, and Hank Williams while wearing my cowboy boots and sitting on the porch with my guitar.”

Chapel Hart is currently at radio with Darius Rucker, on his “Ol’ Church Hymn” single. The song is from Rucker’s forthcoming new Carolyn’s Boy album.

“Like so many people, I was blown away when I saw Chapel Hart’s original response to ‘Jolene,’” Rucker said. “I was recording ‘Ol’ Church Hymn’ at the time and instantly had this vision of it becoming a duet once I heard their voices. I’m so thankful they said yes to singing on it with me, and I can’t wait to see the huge career they’re going to have.”

Although Chapel Hart had to be convinced to try out for America’s Got Talent, once they received the positive reaction from both the judges and the live audience, they admitted their path to country music had been anything but easy.

“We’ve been trying to break into Nashville for the last couple of years and It’s been kind of hard when I think country music doesn’t always look like us,” Danica acknowledged.

Chapel Hart’s ambitious Glory Days Tour wraps up on July 15 in Jackson, Mississippi. Their next scheduled performance, following Danica’s surgery, is on November 30 in Biloxi, Mississippi.They are scheduled to return to the Grand Ole Opry on December 3.

Lucas Hoge will serve as the opening act on the Glory Days Tour. Find all of Chapel Hart’s music and tour dates at

Photo Credit: Courtesy of Wortman Works / Bailey Lamar