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Lynn Moffatt – a soulful voice resonating with themes of new beginnings, enlightenment, and inspiration. Raised in Capreol, Ontario, and honed in Toronto’s vibrant music scene, Moffatt's journey from a casual singer to a multifaceted artist is a tale of persistent evolution. Her unique blend of Soul, Indie, and Inspirational genres, characterized by a whisper to a scream vocal dynamic, invites deep emotional connections.

 

Moffatt's collaborations with notable artists and producers, including the formation of SidePonyNation and The Sunday Afternoons, and work with Producers Chris Hall, Terry Brown, and Ray Montford have added rich layers to her musical voyage. Her transformative experiences, from international tours to deep dives into wellness and sound healing, have culminated in her latest project with Ray Montford.

 

As 2024 unfolds, Moffatt stands ready to share her renewed vision and sound, promising an unforgettable sonic journey that aims to uplift and inspire.

 

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Lynn Moffatt – an embodiment of musical metamorphosis, weaving her journey through the heartstrings of her listeners. Born in the small town of Capreol, Ontario, Moffatt's early exposure to a rich tapestry of musical genres laid the foundation for her eclectic artistry. Her childhood spent in lyrical exploration and her stint in her local church choir were the first steps in her lifelong musical expedition.

Upon graduating from the University of Waterloo, Moffatt's relocation to Toronto marked the beginning of her earnest musical exploration. Her early forays into the city's music scene, from singing in clubs to performing with cover bands, set the stage for her artistic development. The formation of the comedic multimedia duo, SidePonyNation, with Tanya Casole-Gouveia, and later, The Sunday Afternoons with Lindsay Cox, showcased Moffatt's versatility and her ability to connect with diverse audiences.

Moffatt's encounter with Chris Hall and Terry Brown, leading to her lead vocal role in the “INANNA: An Ancient Dance/Rock Spectacle,” was a pivotal moment in her career, opening doors to new collaborative horizons. Her first international tour across the United States, including a performance at the SXSW Music Festival, was not just a journey across states, but a journey of self-discovery and artistic growth. The formation of the Lynn Moffatt Band was a natural progression, bringing together talented musicians to elevate her sound.

The release of her 6-song EP, Produced by Chris Hall, mixed by Terry Brown, and mastered by Ray Montford, was a testament to her evolving sound and growing influence in the Toronto music scene. Her performances across esteemed venues and festivals further solidified her position as a notable artist.

The global pause in 2020 was a turning point for Moffatt, leading her to introspect and delve into health and wellness, yoga, and the power of sound. This period of reflection and learning fueled her songwriting, infusing her music with deeper meaning and purpose. Her collaboration with Ray Montford in 2022, resulting in 12 original tracks, marked a significant shift in her musical narrative, deeply rooted in themes of renewal and spiritual awakening. Moffatt will spend 2024 sharing these new songs.  

As 2024 dawns, Lynn Moffatt is more than just a singer; she is a storyteller, a healer, and a beacon of inspiration. Her journey with Montford, now extending beyond the studio to stages across Quebec, Ontario, and Mexico, symbolizes not just a musical partnership but a shared mission to bring healing and joy through music. As she embarks on this new chapter, Lynn Moffatt invites the world to join her in a celebration of life, growth, and the transformative power of music.

 

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