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2017 C2C Social Announced Featuring High Valley



file-25-10-2016Following their blistering set on the Yamaha Music stage and amongst other appearances at C2C2016, High Valley are back and will be headlining the first C2C Social of 2017 at Bush Hall, London on Saturday 11th February.

Breakout duo High Valley are Canadian brothers Brad and Curtis Rempel. Growing up on a 1,400-acre farm in the far-northern reaches of Alberta, with music, farming and family as the basis of their entertainment, their musical language was formed at a very young age.

High Valley release their major label album debut DEAR LIFE today! The highly anticipated project features the US Top 30 and climbing at radio hit, “Make You Mine.” Written by High Valley’s Brad Rempel, along with Ben Stennis and producer Seth Mosley, the high-energy track has already garnered more than 3.6 million streams and over 1.7 million views of its official music video.

High Valley and “Make You Mine” are catching the attention of the critics too, already having been named “Artist To Watch” by Taste of Country, CMT, Spotify and “Country Song of the Summer” by Billboard. The duo will be joining Martina McBride on her “Love Unleashed Tour” across the US before heading to the UK this February for intimate tour including dates at Manchester Deaf Institute, Glasgow Broadcast, Birmingham O2 Institute. For more information head to

High Valley’s C2C social at is part a series of more intimate Country to Country events held throughout the year and will be ahead of the very exciting return of Country To Country Festival 2017 at The O2 on 10-12 March.

Tickets for C2C Social featuring High Valley are on sale Monday 21st November at 9am and are available at WWW.AXS.COM / 08448 24 48 24 and WWW.GIGSANDTOURS.COM / 0844 811 0051.

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