Good just got better! Today, the folks at the Paramount in Bristol announced that High Valley will be opening for Phil Vassar on Valentine’s Day. I’m sure we’re all familiar with their new single, ‘Love You For a Long Time.” This is a group I fell in love with as soon as I heard them sing. We’ve already had articles up about them, from singing at Heinz Field to their debut at the Grand Ole Opry, as well as several others. Now they are coming to Bristol, and I plan on being in that audience. Here’s the press release!
The title of High Valley’s second album, Love Is a Long Road, might raise an eyebrow among some cursory fans and critics. The band consists of three 20-something brothers – Brad, Bryan and Curtis Rempel – who seemingly came out of nowhere to earn four Canadian Country Music Association nominations and the first Juno nomination for their latest project, Love Is A Long Road. They’ve opened shows for Brad Paisley, Keith Urban and Reba McEntire and become friends with some of their heroes.
“We gravitate toward songs that can have some kind of an impact on people, the way they make decisions and build relationships,” says Brad, High Valley’s lead singer and guitarist, who wrote 10 of the 11 songs on Love Is A Long Road. “Music isn’t just something that feels good – although we’re happy when it does, and we made it a point to have plenty of rockin’, upbeat songs on the record. At the end of the day, it’s very significant to us that people would hear the songs and say ‘Man, that really made me think about my relationship.’ Maybe it’s about Mom and Dad, maybe it’s a spouse, or a brother or sister, but it’s all about relationships.”
Their single, “Love You for a Long Time”, is currently being played on WXBQ, the show’s radio sponsor and receiving a warm welcome from country listeners in the area. “We are so excited about the opportunity to bring in this group of young men who have already received some of their country’s highest honors in the field of country music” said Darlene Cole.
For more information on High Valley or the Phil Vassar concert please contact Darlene Cole, at 423-764-4171 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I told you the other day this is going to be an awesome show, and no doubt a sell out, so you will want to get those tickets early. Tickets go on sale on Wednesday morning (Jan. 16), at 10 am.
Back with more soon!