High Valley Earn First Top 10 Single With ‘She’s With Me’


In addition to 100 million career streams, their first ACM nomination for New Vocal Duo or Group of the Year and current overseas run, HIGH VALLEY achieves another career milestone today as their single “She’s With Me” officially enters the Top 10 at country radio. Inspired by his wife of 14 years, Brad Rempel joined forces with Seth Moseley and Ben Stennis to write “She’s With Me,” which marks High Valley’s highest charting single to date.

“The past few days have been unbelievable! To have our first ACM Nomination and first Top 10 single in the same week has been so shocking,” shared Brad with Curtis adding, “We’ve always dreamed big, but never expected 2018 to start off quite this amazing!!”

Also nominated for Country Album of the Year at the 2018 JUNO Awards, the duo’s major label debut album, Dear Life, also features their first single, “Make You Mine” and brings “a modern pulse to a generation-bridging mix of folk, pop and country,” according to Rolling Stone. Both songs are included on the upcoming acoustic album, High Valley: Farmhouse Sessions, set for release March 23. High Valley recorded seven tracks on a farm just outside Nashville to give fans another taste of their dynamic bluegrass-meets-country sound.

High Valley wrapped their first US headline tour as 2017 came to a close. Building momentum on the charts and on the road, the pair is currently overseas headlining a string of dates, visiting seven countries in three weeks during their global run. Early Spring 2018 tour dates are below.


March 6         Berlin, Germany

March 7         Cologne, Germany

March 8         Amsterdam, Netherlands

March 9         London, United Kingdom

March 10       Glasgow, United Kingdom

March 11       Manchester, United Kingdom

March 15       Queensland, Australia

March 16       Queensland, Australia

March 17       Queensland, Australia

March 30       Gulf Breeze, Florida

March 31       Biloxi, Mississippi

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