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High Valley heads for The Highway

Tuesday, September 5, 2017 – High Valley will headline SiriusXM's The Highway Finds Tour this fall.

Brothers Brad and Curtis Rempel kick off the tour Oct. 18 and features fellow "Highway Finds" artists Ashley McBryde and Adam Doleac. High Valley made its U.S. debut with "Dear Life" in November 2016 on Warner. The duo released four albums in Canada prior to releasing "Dear Life."

The "Highway Finds" spotlight on SiriusXM's Highway channel is intended to break new artists. Past "Highway Finds" artists include Florida Georgia Line, Cole Swindell, Maren Morris, William Michael Morgan, Carly Pearce and Chase Rice.

Tour dates are:
Oct. 18*^ Washington, DC The Hamilton
Oct. 19* Toronto, ON Danforth
Oct. 20*^ Asbury Park, NJ Wonder Bar
Oct. 21*^ New York, NY Gramercy Theatre
Oct. 26*^ Charlotte, NC The Underground
Oct. 27*^ Nashville, TN Mercy Lounge
Oct. 28^ Birmingham, AL Workplay
Oct. 29*^ Atlanta, GA Aisle 5
Nov. 1*^ Cleveland, OH Cambridge Room @ House of Blues
Nov. 2^ Columbus, OH The Bluestone
Nov. 3^ Grand Rapids, MI The Stache
Nov. 4^ Indianapolis, IN Deluxe
Nov. 30^ Omaha, NE Bourbon Saloon
Dec. 1^ Denver, CO Marquis Theatre
Dec. 2^ Cheyenne, WY Outlaw Saloon
Dec. 4^ Billings, MT Pub Station
Dec. 5^ Salt Lake City, UT State Room
Dec. 7^ Hollywood, CA Troubadour
Dec. 8^ Anaheim, CA Parish @ House of Blues
Dec. 9^ San Diego, CA Voodoo Room @ House of Blues
* With Ashley McBryde.
^ With Adam Doleac.

The reigning Canadian CMA Awards Duo of the Year will head to Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada on Sept. 10 where they will vie for the title once again in addition to nominations for Album of the Year and Apple Music Fan Choice Award. High Valley has garnered the Duo of the Year honor for the past two years.

Born and raised in La Crete, Alberta, High Valley initially garnered attention as Christian artists and ventured into country.

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