#399 - The War and Treaty on the Origin of Their Name + Their Remarkable Love Story and Singing As a Married Couple + Why Michael Joined the Military and Playing Piano and Writing His First Song While Serving in Iraq

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At the 58th ACM Awards, people were introduced to the married duo, The War and Treaty, when they performed their song "Blank Page." Michael Trotter Jr. and Tanya Trotter talk to Bobby about their unusual start in the music industry, their resilience as a couple working together and the turning point that changed everything for them. Michael, who served in the army, shared how he learned to play piano while in the military and how it inspired him to start writing songs for the fallen. The War and Treaty also reveals what their duo name stands for and gives an inside look to their incredible love story that led them to make their latest album, Lover's Game, and more! 

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