Duo Helps Distribute Close to 200 Coats at Nashville Rescue Mission with Nashville Mayor Megan Barry
Pictured (L-R): High Valley’s Curtis Rempel, Nashville Mayor Megan Barry, Nashville Rescue Mission President and CEO Glenn Cranfield, High Valley’s Brad Rempel
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – (December 13, 2017) – Atlantic Records/Warner Music Nashville duo HIGH VALLEY recently wrapped their first US headline stint on The Highway Finds Tour presented by SiriusXM, selling out dates in Washington, D.C., Asbury Park, Nashville, Cleveland, Anaheim and San Diego. Brothers Curtis and Brad Rempel brought their high-energy show from coast to coast, performing songs from their debut album Dear Life. With their current single “She’s With Me” entering the Top 20 at country radio, High Valley is poised to continue the momentum in 2018.
Yesterday, High Valley joined Mayor Megan Barry to distribute close to 200 coats to homeless community members at Nashville Rescue Mission as part of Clothes4Souls and Macy’s “Share the Warmth.” Macy’s “Buy a Coat & We’ll Donate One” campaign has donated 35,000 brand new coats nationwide to Clothes4Souls, a division of Soles4Souls, Inc. The organization is distributing coats in more than 25 cities across the U.S.
Amassing over 85 million streams in North America, High Valley continues to find new ways to share their music with fans. The brothers collaborated with Ashley HomeStore to deliver another installment of The Farm House Sessions video series. Released today, High Valley shares a rendition of the title track from their debut album, filmed outside Nashville at Bloomsbury Farms. Watch here: https://wmna.sh/hv_dearlife_fsah. Their breakout single “Make You Mine” landed in the Top 20 at country radio and served as a catalyst for the band as they were featured on Ones to Watch lists by Rolling Stone Country, Pandora, Spotify, CMT and more.