Exclusive: High Valley’s Curtis Rempel Gets Married

photos by Kate and Matt Ediger, Velvet Leaf Photography/Monarch Publicity

The wedding bells are ringing for High Valley's Curtis Rempel, who married his sweetheart Myranda in the Canadian country band's hometown of La Crete, Alberta, on November 24. The newlyweds managed to stay toasty for the happy occasion, despite temperatures dipping below minus 20 degrees and three feet of snow covering the ground. Following the ceremony, the Rempels departed for their honeymoon—hopefully somewhere warm—in High Valley's tour van, which was converted to a limousine complete with chandelier.

High Valley is comprised of brothers Curtis, Brad and Bryan Rempel, who have found success in their homeland with GMA Canada Covenant Award-winning albums such as Broken Borders and High Valley. The sibling trio has set its sights on the United States in 2012, releasing the single "Love You for a Long Time" from their upcoming U.S. studio album. When Curtis returns from his honeymoon, he and his brothers will join up with Phil Vassar and Craig Morgan's Acoustic Christmas Tour.

 

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