High Valley's Curtis Rempel and his wife Myranda have welcomed a new addition to their family: Myranda gave birth to a baby girl, their second child, on Friday (April 7)!

The Rempels shared their baby news on High Valley's Facebook page on Monday (April 10). Their daughter's name is Millie June; the couple says that they are "thrilled to welcome our amazing baby girl to the family," and that they "couldn't be more in love" with her.

Baby Millie was due in March, Curtis Rempel shared during the 2017 Country Radio Seminar in late February. The couple didn't learn the baby's sex prior to her birth, but they did have names picked out. Her big brother, Ben, the Rempels' first child, is three years old.

Rempel is one-half of High Valley. The duo’s other member is his brother, Brad Rempel, who has two kids of his own, Drew and Cash -- and Curtis Rempel helped name both of them. Brad’s wife Rebekah asked her brother-in-law for name ideas, and he thought Cash sounded like a cool name, while Drew's name came about because Brad, Rebekah and Curtis were in the car together one day when Taylor Swift‘s “Teardrops on My Guitar” came on the radio; in the song, the boy who is the object of Swift’s affection is named Drew.

“T. Swift came on, and I was like, ‘Hey, that’s a cool name. How about Drew?’” Curtis Rempel recalls.

“So technically Taylor Swift named my son,” Brad Rempel adds, “which is cool.”

High Valley released their debut album, Dear Life, in 2016. They recently released "She's With Me" as the record's latest single.

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