High Valley seeks to "Make You Mine"
Monday, February 8, 2016
– High Valley, a Canadian country music duo, released its label debut single "Make You Mine."
The song goes for adds at radio on Feb. 29.
The band is comprised of brothers Brad and Curtis Rempel. The group, which used to include a third Rempel brother, has released four discs in Canada since 2007 with two of them out in the U.S. on Centricity label, which promotes contemporary Christian music.
In October 2015, High Valley signed to Atlantic Records Nashville.
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