Kids under 6 Free.
Concert tickets can be bought at
Viking State Bank, Mabes Pizza, Country Gardens, Red Roxy, and Decorah Bank & Trust in Decorah; Country Express south of Burr Oak;
Cresco Bank & Trust and Oxe and Wren in Cresco;
State Bank in Ossian and Calmar; Lickity Split in Fort Atkinson; Village Farm & Home and WW Homestead Dairy in Waukon;
and Citizen Bank in Spillville!
A Saturday, Sept. 2, “Raising the Roof” fundraiser featuring country musicians will begin an effort to build a new youth educational facility on the Winneshiek County Fairgrounds in Decorah. High Valley will be the opening act for Craig Morgan at the grandstand on the fairgrounds starting at 7:0 p.m.; Morgan takes the stage at 8:30 p.m.
Tickets are available here for $35 each. They will be held for you at the gate. Tickets on the day of the concert will be $40 at the gate.
A Whole Lot More To Me
Saying there is a “whole lot more” to Craig Morgan is an understatement. The multi-‐faceted Renaissance man proves it on his upcoming new studio album, aptly titled A Whole Lot More To Me, a record that furthers Morgan's reputation as one of the genre's most commanding vocalists.
And Craig Morgan knows exactly who he is, a man with many sides. Along with being an entertainer, he's an adventure junkie and hosts the popular Outdoor Channel series Craig Morgan: All Access Outdoors, entering its seventh season this summer. He's also a 17-year Army and Army Reserves veteran, a passionate champion of the military, a philanthropist and a celebrated motivational speaker. He’s a busy man with a knack for attention to detail. Carefully choosing each lyric on this album is no exception. There is not a single wasted verse — let alone word — on the follow-up to 2012's This Ole Boy. "Every word is valid and relevant on this album," he says. "It's a quality continuation of what I've done in the past." More...
Country fans are no strangers to the uncanny musical connection of a family band, but they’ve never heard anything like the duo High Valley – and that’s simply because brothers Brad and Curtis Rempel never knew how country was “supposed” to sound. Growing up in La Crete, Alberta — more than 2,500 miles from where they now live in Music City — Brad and Curtis were completely cut off from the world of pop culture throughout their early lives.
“It’s not that we weren’t allowed to have a radio,” lead singer and songwriter Brad, explains. “We had radios, but you turned them on and heard a lot of static from an AM station 300 miles away. When it was cold enough you could hear the farm report, the price of grain and the occasional old school country song. We finally got FM in our town when I was in 10th grade.”
While their upbringing didn't exactly acquaint them with the Billboard 100, it’s that insulation that helped cement their musical ideals and love of simple, classic country, allowing High Valley’s music to feel simultaneously fresh and timeless. More...
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