High Valley talk about the process of making their album Dear Life and their hit song “Make You Mine” backstage at the Grand Ole Opry.
Canadian country band High Valley started as a trio consisting of brothers Brad, Curtis, and Bryan Rempel, playing in a small community near the town of La Crete in Alberta. With their harmonizing voices and instrumental talents, the brothers produced their first album, Broken Borders, in 2007.
Broken Borders gained notable success when it won Album of the Year at the GMA Canada Covenant Awards, while the single “Back to You” garnered Country Song of the Year, earning the band a deal with record label Open Road Recordings. Under the guidance of Open Road, High Valley produced their next three albums: the self-titled High Valley, Love Is a Long Road, and County Line.
High Valley was nominated for Country Album of the Year at the Juno Awards, the single “Love You for a Long Time” (from Love Is a Long Road) made the U.S. Country Airplay Charts, and, after the departure of Bryan in 2014, County Line, the band’s first record as a duo, produced seven Top 10 country radio singles.
Their most recent album, Dear Life, released through Atlantic Records and Warner Music Nashville, became a commercial breakthrough, earning three certified Gold singles from Music Canada.
Watch the video to witness the brothers’ impressive harmonizing and learn more about the duo as they discuss the story behind their song “Make You Mine.”
Find out more about the band and concert dates on their website.