High Valley made Grand Ole Opry debut Jan. 5
It didn’t take me very long to become a fan of brothers Brad, Bryan and Curtis, who make up the group High Valley. In fact, I think it took about the first 8 bars of their current hit, “Love You For A Long Time,” and I was hooked.
On Saturday night, Jan. 5, the group hit the stage at the Grand Ole Opry for their debut performance. Also on stage that night was Ricky Skaggs, one of their musical icons.
Continuing the buzz in the New Year, High Valley will be featured in Nashville Lifestyles 9th Annual Music In The City on January 22nd. More information on the event and tickets can be found here.
High Valley recently debuted the video for their new single “Love You For A Long Time” on CMT and ET Online. Brothers Brad, Bryan and Curtis plan to spend 2013 touring and gearing up for the release of their US debut album, Love Is A Long Road, due out later this year.
ABOUT HIGH VALLEY: Brothers Brad (lead vocals, acoustic guitar), Bryan (harmony vocals, bass guitar) and Curtis (harmony vocals, mandolin), all in their twenties, make up High Valley. The sibling trio found inspiration in the music of country music icons Alabama, Rascal Flatts, Little Big Town, Diamond Rio and Shenandoah while growing up listening to their older sisters’ records. After sixteen years of touring and opening for the likes of superstars Brad Paisley, Carrie Underwood, Keith Urban and Reba McEntire in their northern homeland, High Valley is preparing to make their U.S. debut. With three Top 10 singles and a recent Artist of the Year win at the Canadian Covenant Awards to their credit, High Valley will release its first U.S. album in early 2013 through Eaglemont Entertainment as their single “Love You For A Long Time” climbs the country radio charts. For more information, please visit their web site, like them on facebook, and follow them on twitter @HighValley.
I’ll be back with more soon. Appreciate all the notes and e-mails you’ve been sending while I was sick. Thanks to all of my readers. I’m still not over – whatever it is I’ve had the past week – but I’m definitely on the mend!
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