Music Travel Love

Music Travel Love: Bob and Clint Moffatt are a Canadian brother musical duo. Performing professionally from the early age of 4 and with over 5,000 live performances, Clint and Bob certainly fall within the category of seasoned entertainers. Along with their brothers, Scott and Dave, The Moffatts were signed to PolydorRecords in Nashville and became the youngest band to ever sign a major label record deal. Over the course of their career they have sold in excess of six million records, (most likely another 6 million on the old cassette black market) recorded 7 albums, have Gold and Platinum records in 32 countries, performed at one of the first ever paid concerts in China, performed the first ever outdoor stadium concert in Vietnam and, to this day, hold album sales records for international acts in Indonesia, Philippines, Malaysia, Thailand and Singapore! In 2005 Bob and Clint signed with SonyBMG Thailand and release an album called “The Meaning of Happy”. That record was the top selling record in 2006 for international artists in the Asian region. In 2006, they moved back to Nashville where they re-established their careers as songwriters. They signed at Wrensong/Reynsong Publishing in 2010 and wrote there successfully for 8 years. In 2015, they released a single “Goodbye Baby” on The Highway Sirius XM that charted in the top 20. In October of 2016, they released their first EP, which featured the single “Amen for Women” which, in a matter of weeks eclipsed well over 2 million views on Facebook. Their second EP was titled “Happy ‘N High”. All songs were written, sung, performed and produced by Bob and Clint in their own studio, which featured the single, “One More Minute”. They continue to write for their own projects, but also write for other artists. They had three songs on Canadian artist Jimmy Rankin’s past album, and they had two songs “Done Runnin’” and “I’ve Got You (And You’ve Got Me)” performed on the ABC’s primetime show, Nashville. In 2018, the duo released a series of traveling music videos, which they titled “Music Travel Love”. Combining their love for music, travel and family, Bob and Clint would pack up their gear in a few small backpacks, and head across the world in search of the most beautiful destinations where they would film videos featuring nostalgic cover songs and their own originals.

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