Color me happy! High Valley is on their way back to Bristol, Tenn., for an outdoor concert at Steele Creek Park. This is an awesome outdoor venue. The pavilion sits on the edge of the lake, near the boat ramp. There are ducks, and geese, and fishermen. It’s a great place to spend an evening. I’ve been to concerts there before – in fact, that was the first place I saw Jerrod Neimann, Jason Michael Carroll and several others. And, I will definitely be there for this show.
Below is a press release I received today about the concert. And of course I had to add a few photos that I took the last time I saw these kids, in February at The Paramount Theater (also in Bristol). She here you go – anyone in Northeast Tennessee or Southwest Virginia, get this one on your calendar, and I’ll see you at the Park!
[Press Release] Canadian pop country trio High Valley will be taking the stage at Steele Creek Pavilion on June 10th at 7PM. The band is made up of brothers Brad, Bryan and Curtis Rempel. The brothers grew up on a farm in the remote rural community of La Crete, Alberta where it seemed there was always a lot of country music being played, and the brothers quickly absorbed it, forming High Valley before any of them was even a teenager. “We are in for a night of entertainment with driving tempos, engaging harmonies and superb musicianship from the twenty something year old brothers from Canada,” said Darlene Cole, Venue Manager.
Music and family have always been at the core of the Rempel brothers’ lives. “We always describe ourselves as Dierks Bentley as a trio. It’s that new country kind of vibe,” says Brad of the High Valley sound. “It’s not as pop as some contemporary country. Our music is a little more organic, a little more acoustic. We grew up singing harmony as a family and in church. There was always harmony and acoustic instruments, so our live show features a mandolin, an acoustic guitar, a bass guitar and three part harmony.”
The title of High Valley’s U.S. debut album, Love Is A Long Road, might just raise an eyebrow.
They have earned multiple Canadian Country Music Association and Juno nominations for their music in their homeland of Canada. They’ve opened shows for Brad Paisley, Carrie Underwood, Keith Urban and Reba McEntire and become fast friends with some of their heroes.
Come out and hear, High Valley. Bring a chair or blanket or sit right up front in the pavilion seating and enjoy music beside the lake and under the stars. “Their harmony and instruments at the amphitheater should be a perfect fit” says Darlene Cole, Venues Manager for the City of Bristol Tennessee who is partnering with WXBQ Radio in order to bring the concert to Steele Creek.
For more information contact the Community Relations Office at 423-764-4171 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
In addition to their web site, be sure to check out and “Like” their facebook page. And, you can follow them on Twitter @highvalley.