The single “She’s So High” quickly became an international Top Ten hit, earning BMI’s Song of the Year award and ultimately rising to #1 on Billboard’s Adult Top 40 chart in the year 2000.Dwight Yoakam

Canadian born singer-songwriter Tal Bachman, son of legendary rocker Randy Bachman of Bachman-Turner Overdrive and The Guess Who, is best known for his 1999 Top Ten hit  “She’s So High”. Bachman’s self-titled debut album, Tal Bachman, released in 1999 via Columbia Records and produced by Bob Rock reflects a combination of sincere songwriting with a well-crafted sonic finesse that makes it a timeless pop-rock classic. The single “She’s So High” quickly became an international Top Ten hit, earning BMI’s Song of the Year award and ultimately rising to #1 on Billboard’s Adult Top 40 chart in the year 2000. Additionally, Bachman’s full album earned him two Juno awards in Canada, as well as an incredible amount of media exposure, including appearances on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, MTV, MuchMusic and E network, as well as major features in Rolling Stone, Q Magazine, USA Today and the Los Angeles Times. In 2003, Norwegian pop/country singer, Kurt Nilson, recorded and released “She’s So High”, propelling it straight to #1 on the Norwegian singles chart, making it an international hit and one of the best selling singles ever in Norway.