Like everyone who listens to country music radio, I have heard the song ‘Love You For a Long Time’ by High Valley. I like the song, but for some reason, I didn’t pay a lot of attention to the group. It’s high time I do.
The brothers, Brad, Bryan and Curtis Rempe, are from Canada. Their inspiration in country music are Alabama, Rascal Flatts, Diamond Rio and Shenandoah. They have been touring for 16 years, and have opened for Brad Paisley, Carrie Underwood, Keith Urban and Reba in Canada, and have been nominated for Canadian CMA and Covenant Awards.
Today, the kids had an opportunity to perform at the Pittsburgh Steelers football game, at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh, Pa. Along with their smash hit, “Let It Be Me”, the sibling trio also performed their latest single “Love You For A Long Time,” which is currently climbing the country charts. “Love You For A Long Time,” co-written by High Valley’s own Brad Rempel, is the perfect love song about a relationship’s ups and downs and has been receiving rave reviews nationwide.
Adding to the week’s news, the brothers sat down with TheInsider.com’s Keltie Colleen earlier this month from Los Angeles. Fans can get to know the band via an EXCLUSIVE interview live on TheInsider.com.