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LGBTQ+ Country Icons Jenna DeVries and Adam Mac Channel Bonnie and Clyde with New Single

(Nashville, TN): Two pillars of the LGBTQ+ country scene in Nashville, Adam Mac and Jenna DeVries have released their single "Chapel," along with its accompanying music video. Adam and Jenna's vocals blend seamlessly, while subsequently drawing listeners in lyrically with their sultry and fresh take on a Bonnie and Clyde-esque love affair. The music video enjoyed an exclusive premiere with The Boot, where the outlet applauded DeVries and Mac as "musical titans."

With their latest collaboration, the two breakout artists continue to strive to make the country music genre a safe and welcoming space for all, as their authenticity shines through the soulful lyrics and captures the viewer's eye.

Jenna shares, “I think in many ways ‘Chapel’ is a celebration of love and the different forms it takes. As queer artists, we have experienced love in positive and negative ways. We have seen it in its most conditional form and its most unconditional form. ‘Chapel’ is an anthem that celebrates unconditional love by painting a picture of dying to the inauthentic version of yourself and coming back to life within a community that truly loves and accepts you for YOU. Meet me at the chapel is a direct invitation to the listener to join Adam and me in this community that celebrates love in every form - even if it can feel a bit daunting at times.”

Adam Mac also shares his perspective on the project: “For me, I love that the song lives in this world of irony where two queer people are singing this dark, entangled, Bonnie & Clyde love story. It feels so empowering to sing this song alongside Jenna. ‘Chapel’ is our gothic western lovechild.”

You can stream/download the single here and watch the music video here.


Jenna DeVries is among the elite handful of artists to make it to American Idol's Top 24on the farewell season. On America's Got Talent, she earned three separate standing ovations from both the judges and the audience. Jenna DeVries released her single with queer country icon Harper Grae titled, “Drunk Girls,” which exclusively premiered with People. The music video for “Drunk Girls” was featured on the CMT Music television channel, as well as the video for Jenna’s holiday release, “December.” DeVries is also one of NSAI’s highly acclaimed “Songwriters to Watch.”

Her latest single, “Daddy’s Little Heart Attack,” has been seen in Wide Open Country and on CMT. DeVries was seen taking over the Academy of Country Music’s social media to promote the release. Jenna DeVries and Adam Mac’s version of “Unholy” is also featured on CMT’s Pride Playlist.


Adam Mac shakes the country music scene, embracing its forward progression to introduce an artist never before seen in the genre. Confidence exudes from Mac, as he shares his unapologetic anthems detailing his journey to becoming the person he is today, after many heartaches. After finding his footing in Music City, Mac has had a series of successes in his career since. The music video for the fan-favorite track “Disco Cowboy” premiered exclusively with CMT and went on to take the No. 1 spot on CMT’s 12 Pack Countdown for 4 weeks. Additional releases include “New Vibration” and “Take Myself Home,” which both earned high praise from People Country.

With a refreshing sound and evocative lyrics, Adam continues to resonate with fans on a personal level, which was evident in his viral TikTok that featured a snippet of his unreleased song “Boy Like Me.” The emotional tribute to his mom received over 200K views in less than 24 hours. Infusing his rural Kentucky roots with grit, soul, and blues to create a sound that is uniquely his own, it is clear that Mac has carved out his own space in the country genre with a bright future on the horizon. Mac recently performed at the first LGBTQ+-centered show at the Country Music Hall of Fame, Country Proud.

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