High Valley Celebrates Album Release By Giving Back

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Photo: Alan Poizner

Atlantic Records/Warner Music Nashville duo High Valley’s Brad and Curtis Rempel gathered in Nashville with friends from the music industry to give thanks and donate to a worthy cause. The duo celebrated the recent release of their major label debut, Dear Life, while simultaneously raising awareness and donations for charity Food For The Hungry.

Guests were encouraged to sign a cut-out footprint and post to a wall upon arrival to show the impact of the event. A pair of shoes will be donated to communities in Burundi, Africa for each of the more than 200 guests in attendance.

The duo joined Food For the Hungry’s work in 2014, traveling to the poverty-stricken country to share in the organization’s advocacy efforts. Both fathers themselves, Brad and Curtis sponsor three young boys in Kabarore, Burundi.

Atlantic Records / Warner Music Nashville artists High Valley (Curtis and Brad Rempel) performed during their Give Thanks and Give Back event. Photo: Alan Poizner

Atlantic Records / Warner Music Nashville artists High Valley (Curtis and Brad Rempel) performed during their Give Thanks and Give Back event. Photo: Alan Poizner

Of course, the album release celebration also included plenty of music, with the duo performing tracks from Dear Life, including their radio single, “Make You Mine.”

“We are thankful for so much right now – it was staggering to look around that room and see the faces of so many friends in the business who have supported us all these years and allowed us to live out our dreams,” said Brad Rempel.

“And how cool is it that we get to share our thanks and pay it forward at the same time with a donation to Food For The Hungry. Tonight not only celebrated our new album Dear Life but the event directly benefitted the community we’ve gotten to know in Burundi,” shared Curtis Rempel.

The duo recently spoke with MusicRow to discuss their album, and their unique, old-school meets new-school sound.

Photo caption: Warner Music Nashville celebrated the release of High Valley’s major label debut album Dear Life while giving back to the duo’s long-time non-profit partner Food For The Hungry. Photo: Alan Poizner

Warner Music Nashville celebrated the release of High Valley’s major label debut album Dear Life while giving back to the duo’s long-time non-profit partner Food For The Hungry.
Photo: Alan Poizner

Pictured: Shawn Blackney, Artist Relations Manager, Food For The Hungry; High Valley’s Curtis and Brad Rempel; Daniel White, Director of Entertainment Division, Food For The Hungry. Photo: Alan Poizner

Pictured: Shawn Blackney, Artist Relations Manager, Food For The Hungry; High Valley’s Curtis and Brad Rempel; Daniel White, Director of Entertainment Division, Food For The Hungry. Photo: Alan Poizner

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