Country Music’s #CMchat is excited to welcome Country Music Duo brothers Brad and Curtis Rempel of High Valley for a half hour Twitterview on Monday, December 12th starting at 9pET/6pPT.
Make sure you’re following @HighValley on Twitter as well as your host (me) @JessicaNorthey. Additionally be sure you’re following @CMchatlive so you can participate in our COMMUNITY QUESTIONS designed to be an ice-breaker for you guys to get to know each other better while getting to know our guest. They are a lot of fun.
You can RSVP for a reminder on Facebook.
Also you can submit questions that you might want us to feature below in the comments or Tweet them to me. This doesn’t mean you still can’t ask questions the night of the Twitterview. These are just featured by me and I will give you credit like this:
Q @HighValley How did you get started in radio? via @YOU #CMchat.
Click here to tweet your questions to me, @JessicaNorthey #CMchat #AskHighValley or you can always send anything you want us to ask here or you can leave below. Make sure it is 140 character-friendly and you leave your Twitter handle.
The easiest way to participate is right here on our website! Just use this link to help segregate the tweets and show the ones with #CMchat in them: it makes the Twitterview much easier to follow. You’ll be able to see the conversation in real-time, at your own speed (it’s adjustable) and the #CMchat hashtag will automatically appear on your tweets. A lot of people also participate by using Twitter.com, Tweetdeck, &/or Hootsuite.
You can pick up their new album “Dear Life” which includes current radio hit “Make You Mine” by clicking on the pic below.
MORE ABOUT HIGH VALLEY
Canadian pop country duo High Valley is made up of brothers Brad and Curtis Rempel. The brothers grew up on a farm in the remote rural community of La Crete, Alberta, where it seemed there was always a lot of country music being played, and the brothers quickly absorbed it, forming High Valley before they were even teenagers. The young band, originally a trio with brother Bryan, played wherever they could, often at church camps, and eventually worked their way up to open for country stars who toured through, all while still attending school and holding down part-time jobs. They recorded for the first time in Nashville in 2001 and released a debut album, Broken Borders, in 2007. That LP went on to earn the Album of the Year award at the GMA Canada Covenant Awards, while the single “Back to You” brought home Country Song of the Year. The group’s eponymous second studio album, issued in 2010, took home five Covenants, and in 2012 they released album number three, Love Is a Long Road, via Open Road Recordings. The well-received County Line dropped in 2014 and included the singles “Rescue You,” “County Line,” “Make You Mine,” and “She’s with Me.” ~ Steve Leggett