Day three of the Calgary Stampede we took to the Nashville North side of the park to soak in some good old country music in the form of Endless Summer. Now if these boys look familiar to you, you aren’t alone. Bob and Clint Moffatt are half of the popular 90’s teeny bop band that sold over 6 million records, The Moffatts. Going back to their country roots, these Canadian born and raised boys have stepped out into the music world once again, and we are loving it.
In 2015 Endless Summer released “Goodbye Baby” on Sirius radio and it quickly charted within the top 20. By 2016 they released their self titled EP, as well as the first single “Amen For Women”. The single had well over 2 million plays within weeks. Having once called Calgary home and playing stages all over the city since they were small children, this homecoming show was highly anticipated by many. Endless Summer played some catchy storytelling tunes off of their EP with many people singing all the words right along with them. There’s no question that Bob and Clint Moffatt are right where they belong, not only playing music again, but playing country music.
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I’m Heather Young. I am 29 years old and from Calgary. I’m the mother of a 6 year old boy and I work with children as a developmental assistant. I have always had a passion for writing and music so working for Canadian Beats is right up my alley. I love every genre of music as long as it catches my attention, it’s on my playlist, from rap to country. When I’m not working or writing I love to spend time outside with my son playing games or going for walks.