With powerful, earthy harmonies, rootsy guitar licks and timeless lyrics, The Redhill Valleys debuted in the Canadian music scene in 2016. The four-piece Americana Roots country-rock group, whose name pays tribute to their Hamilton, Ontario roots, features the talented Chelsea McWilliams on Bass/Vocals, Tim Allard on Lead Guitar/Vocals, Danielle Beaudin on Guitar/Vocals, and Matt Soliveri on Drums. Unafraid of embracing nostalgia, The Redhill Valleys draw influence from iconic artists like Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, Neil Young, The Band and Fleetwood Mac to inspire their sonic identity. In 2022, following the release of their two-part EP Travel Well, the band garnered significant praise for their single ‘Anymore’, notably clinching first place in the American Songwriter Magazine lyric contest, and receiving regular airplay on SiriusXM’s North Americana, CBC Country, and Tom Petty Radio. Their talents have earned them multiple award nominations, including nods for “Best Group” and “Best Roots Artists” at the Country Music Association of Ontario Awards for three consecutive years. They have cultivated a dedicated fanbase, touring extensively across Canada gracing the stages of renowned festivals like Boots and Hearts Music Festival, Big Sky Music Festival, and Cavendish Beach Music Festival, along with an international presence in both the United States and U.K. Passionate about bringing music lovers together, The Redhill Valleys are also advocates for music accessibility and are involved in numerous programs that provide opportunities for education in Hamilton including AIFEC, Girls Rock Camp, and City Kidz. Now signed to MDM Recordings Inc., The Redhill Valleys continue their journey, creating and releasing new music with the hope of inspiring and captivating audiences worldwide.