Chapel Hart Introduces Fans To Their Tour Bus "RUBY" Before First-Ever Headlining Tour
Family trio Chapel Hart is gearing up for their first-ever headlining tour.
The fierce female group comprised of Trea Swindle, Danica, and Devynn Hart will embark on their nationwide trek tomorrow, Jan. 26, in Wichita, Kansas. The "America's Got Talent" front-runners will tackle the venture in style in their new whip – "Ruby."
The must-watch musicians jumped on social media Tuesday (Jan. 24) late afternoon to introduce fans to their fire red tour bus.
"Ladies and Gentlemen…Allow us to introduce you to RUBY!!! 😍❤️," they wrote on Twitter. "With this being our first 'big girl' tour, we needed a big girl bus to go along with it."
The former CMT Women of Country members posed in front of their home on wheels with beaming smiles ear-to-ear. The candid snapshot showcases their sassy personalities and perfectly polished automobile.
Chapel Hart continued to express gratitude and acknowledged their listeners for simply turning their pipe dream into a reality.
"We wanna thank all of YALL that support us," they said. "Buy tickets, merch, etc. BECAUSE OF OUR FANS… we've saved up & we're on our way!"
The country music space recognized Chapel Hart's unmatched talents in 2019, when they released "Out The Mud," a 10-song collection. However, it wasn't until recently when America learned their name on the hit competition show – where they received the "Golden Buzzer" for their original track "You Can Have Him Jolene." Following their small screen success, Chapel Hart was recognized at the Mississippi House of Representatives, made their Grand Ole Opry debut, and collaborated with hitmaker Darius Rucker on "Ol' Church Hymn."
Chapel Hart has received a positive reputation for their captivating live shows, making them one of the most promising acts in the competitive country landscape.
"It feels really amazing to be going out on our first-ever headlining tour. God has truly had his hands on us and our careers. We are forever grateful for every opportunity," said Devynn in a statement. "A wise woman once said, 'Give the people what they want.' But it's so much better when it's exactly what you want as well. We just want to show as many people as we can that anything is possible if you work hard and never give up on your dreams," added Swindle.
Danica, known for her powerhouse pipes, mentioned that she has never been "more excited" to take this next step. She hopes to personally connect with fans who have voted and watched Chapel Hart weekly on "America's Got Talent."
"In my entire career, I've never been more excited, nervous, proud, and every emotion imaginable. We'll be able to share our songs and stories with the millions of people who got to watch us on TV," she explained. "Now, they get to experience us up close and personal. This tour will remind people that These Are The GLORY DAYS!"
Outdoorsman and country artist Lucas Hoge is slated to join Chapel Hart on the road as direct support. The threesome recently (Jan. 20) released "Glory Days," an inspiring anthem that reflects on their rise to fame. Chapel Hart is scheduled to share their harmony-stacked tunes in over 60 cities in 2023. The group will wrap in early July at the St. Joseph Country 4-H fair in South Bend, IN. For upcoming appearances, visit chapelhart.com.