Remember The Moffatts? Here’s 1/2 of Them Making SUPER CHILL Music

Do you remember The Moffatts?

Yes, they were a Canadian pop/rock band, composed of brothers Scott, Clint, Bob, and Dave Moffatt. They took the music scene by storm in the ’90s. I bet ’90s kids know by heart the lyrics to their songs like “I’ll Be There For You”, “If Life Is So Short”, and “Miss You Like Crazy”.

Two of the four the country/pop duo “Endless Summer”.

Clint and Bob Moffatt are making music once again, and here’s some chill music they shared on their Facebook page.

Low Tide & Palm Tree’s by Endless Summer – Acoustic

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Posted by Endless Summer on Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Endless Summer is a Canadian brother duo comprised of Bob and Clint Moffatt. Professionally performing from the early age of 4, with over 5,000 live performances Clint and Bob certainly fall within the category of seasoned entertainers.

Along with their brother’s, Scott and Dave, The Moffatts were signed to Polydor Records in Nashville and became the youngest band to ever sign a major label record deal. Over the course of their career they sold in excess of six million records (probably another 30 million through the black market in S.E. Asia), recorded 7 albums, have Gold and Platinum records in over a dozen 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 an international act in Indonesia, Philippines, Malaysia, Thailand and Singapore!

In 2006, Clint and Bob moved back to Nashville where their country roots were reestablished. In 2010 they signed as songwriters with Wrensong/Reynsong and in early 2015 they released their first single “Goodbye Baby” on “The Highway” Sirius XM. The single charted in the top 20.

While working on their own music, the duo has had hit singles recorded by Jimmy Rankin, Cory Lamb, The Dungarees, Tim Elliott, as well as numerous songs performed on ABC’s primetime show Nashville.

You can follow Endless Summer and get updates about their music on their Facebook page.

It’s nice to see them back!

Heard of Endless Summer’s music? What do you think?

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