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“My life is good, my songs are what I want them to be, and I’m just getting started.”

Colin Elmore of Willow Springs, MO, began writing and performing at a young age. Colin grew up on the road, traveling the Midwest, performing Southern gospel music with his parents. His family roots run musically deep in with his grandfather still performing after 60 years in the same gospel quartet, and with his late great uncle “Cowboy Calvin,” an Arizona desert tour guide/country troubadour.

In 2016, Colin Elmore signed a developmental record deal with Sony Entertainment Nashville, as well as booking contract with WME. Shortly thereafter, Colin inked a publishing deal with Wrensong/Reynsong Entertainment and Patrick Finch Music Publishing.

 “Colin Elmore is a songwriter who has an uncanny ability to tap the fuel of all good poetry: love, life, and the land.  His lyrics are full of mystery and beauty, and his studied attention to melody and metaphor make his songs resonate with truth as deep as the roots of some old Missouri oak.” - John Dillon, of the Ozark Mountain Daredevils

“When I first heard Colin’s songs and voice, I loved him immediately…seeing him live put me over the top. He is a true artist.” – Ree Guyer, president and owner of Wrensong Entertainment.

Colin’s music is a a fusion of country, soul, southern and indie rock with some Ozark-inspired storytelling. He is currently dividing his time between songwriting and recording material for his debut album release for Sony Music Nashville produced by Marshall Altman.

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"Mitch Rossell has one of those voices that spins your head around the second you hear it, but that is only the beginning," - Garth Brooks

Mitch Rossell, originally from the hills of East Tennessee, is blazing a trail through the world of country music. His prolific songwriting and unique artistry has garnered the unshakable support of music fans across all genres. With a tenacious work ethic and a no-shortcut approach, he has laid the foundation for a promising career.

Growing up, Rossell’s life was filled with much adversity, which he credits for his determination and grit. Rossell discovered his passion for guitar his freshman year of college, an instrument he picked up to honor his late father. Upon graduating with a degree in Business Management, Rossell made the move to Nashville in 2010.

Rossell spent 2017 on the road with the legendary Garth Brooks, as well as headlining his own shows across the country. Rossell released his first studio album “Raised By The Radio,” some of which was co-produced with his mentor and champion, Mr. Brooks.

Garth took such a liking to Rossell’s unique style of writing that in 2017 he cut and released Mitch’s 100% self-written song, “Ask Me How I Know.”  The song, which he performed at the 2017 CMA awards, was Mitch’s first single at country radio, and shortly thereafter, his first #1 hit. In 2018, Mitch wrote Garth’s next single “All Day Long” with Garth and Bryan Kennedy, and currently has Garth’s single, “Dive Bar,” which features Blake Shelton and is nominated for the 2019 CMA Musical Event of the Year.

Mitch Rossell joined the Wrensong Family as a staff writer in the Fall of 2017. He is currently performing and continually writing for his solo project.

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Bob & Clint Moffatt (of MTL)

“We want to bring together the things we enjoy most in life; music, travel, and love.”

MTL / Music, Travel, Love 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 brothers, 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, 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 an international act in Indonesia, Philippines, Malaysia, Thailand and Singapore!

In 2006, Clint and Bob moved back to Nashville where they reestablished their careers as songwriters. They signed at Wrensong/Reynsong Publishing in 2010 and have successfully written there for the past 9 years. It is there where they became known as the band, Endless Summer. They have released 2 incredible EPs – In 2015, they released a single Goodbye Baby on The Highway Sirius XM that charted in the top 20. In October of 2016, Endless Summer released their first EP, and the first single Amen for Women, which in a matter of weeks eclipsed well over 2 million views. Their most recent EP, Happy ‘N High, is written, sung by and produced by Bob and Clint in their very own studio.

While writing for their own project, they also write for other artists and projects. They have had three songs on Canadian artist Jimmy Rankin’s past album.  Additionally, they’ve had two of their songs, “Done Runnin’” and “I’ve Got You (And You’ve Got Me)” performed on the ABC primetime show, Nashville.

In late 2018, Endless Summer released a series of traveling studio videos which they titled Music, Travel, Love, which led to their current band name, MTL. Combining their love for music, travel and their families, Bob and Clint pack up their studio in a few small backpacks, head across the world to find the most beautiful destinations they can reach and film videos of both covers and their own originals. These videos are then shared across all of their rapidly growing social media platforms and YouTube – as well, every song is available on all streaming services. This project is one they plan to grow throughout the year and be able to share with their fans all over the world!



Founding member of Old Dominion. Writes great songs.

Trevor Rosen is a hit songwriter and musician from Woodhaven, Michigan, a Detroit suburb.  As a founding member of the hit super-group, Old Dominion, he’s co-written their hit songs, “Break Up With Him,” ”Snapback,” ”Song For Another Time,” “No Such Thing as a Broken Heart,” “Hotel Key,” “Make It Sweet,” and their current single, “One Man Band.”

Wrensong signed Trevor to a music publishing agreement in 2011 and co-published him with Shane McAnally’s, SMACKSongs.  In 2016, the members of Old Dominion were awarded Songwriter/Artist of the Year by the Nashville chapter of AIMP (Association of Independent Music Publishers). The same year they were honored as Music Row’s Best New Artist, the ACM’s Best New Duo/Group of the Year and were nominees in the same CMA category. They were awarded the 2018 ACM Vocal Group of the Year, and are nominated for the 2019 ACM Vocal Group of the Year.  In addition to the successes of Old Dominion, Rosen was twice honored with the coveted CMA Triple Play Award for penning three #1 singles in a 12-month period.  He has written songs for some of country’s biggest names, including; Keith Urban, Jake Owen, Craig Morgan, Dustin Lynch, Kelsea Ballerini and Randy Houser.  Trevor’s repertoire of 11 #1 songs includes Dierks Bentley’s “Say You Do,” The Band Perry’s “Better Dig Two,” Blake Shelton’s “Sangria,” William Michael Morgan’s “I Met a Girl,” and Old Dominion's; "No Such Thing As A Broken Heart,” "Written in the Sand," “Hotel Key,” “Snapback,” “Song for Another Time,” “Hotel Key,” and “Make It Sweet.”

Trevor is currently out with Old Dominion on their Make It Sweet headlining tour.