Donovan Chapman joined the United States Air Force at age 17. His family’s legacy of service runs from World War 1 & 2 to Vietnam. He himself served in Kuwait in 2000 in support of Operation Southern Watch and served in Afghanistan/Uzbekistan in 2002 and 2003, respectively.
During his time of service, he suffered spinal, nerve and TBI’s requiring multiple surgeries and reconstruction. He was told he would never sing again, but the Lord had a plan and where there is no way, He makes a way.
Donovan Chapman is an open book in his songs, many of which tell stories of our military veterans as well as those who serve in law enforcement. He is here today to talk about his service to our country and community, overcoming hardship and surrendering to God’s way as well as his brand new album Brotherhood and the new single Highway Patrolman.