High Valley Sending Out Single To Country Radio
Canadian country music trio High Valley is getting ready to finally take over American country music airwaves with their new single “Love You For A Long Time.” The sibling trio is teaming up with Rodeowave Entertainment for the release of their single in the USA with a September 10th impact date, but is available right now on PlayMPE for radio stations. The group has spent the last several weeks on a nationwide radio tour and they are already getting airplay!
Brothers Brad (lead vocal, acoustic guitar), Bryan (harmony vocals, bass guitar), and Curtis (harmony vocals, mandolin), are all in their twenties. The group’s inspirations range from Alabama, Rascal Flatts, and Diamond Rio. After sixteen years of touring and opening for country superstars like Brad Paisley, Carrie Underwood, Keith Urban and Reba McEntire in Canada, the Canadian Country Music Association “Group Of The Year” are aiming their sights on the United States.
The group has had three top 10 singles in Canada. Lead singer Brad moved to Nashville in 2010 to collaborate with some of the biggest songwriters in Nashville – Phil Barton (Lee Brice‘s “A Woman Like You”), Danny Wells (George Strait‘s “Check Yes or No”), and Allen Shamblin (Miranda Lambert‘s “The House That Built Me”) – to co-write ten of the eleven tracks on the group’s upcoming USA debut record, “Love Is A Long Road.” The album will be released in early 2013 on Eaglemont Entertainment.
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