Ross is a re-emerging country rock artist who appeared on Season 23 of NBC's hit reality show "The Voice". Ross delivers power, range, and a biting soulful tone in every performance, separating himself from the over-saturated country scene. His writing draws influence from classics like Tom Petty, Bob Seger, and inspired by some of his favorite contemporary writers like Jason Isbell and Justin Townes Earle.
Ross didn’t find music until his senior year of high school when he decided, on a whim, to audition for his school’s production of “Little Shop of Horrors.” After graduating college, he spent a few years starting bands and gigging all over Chicago and the Midwest. Ross briefly found an audience in Nashville after his first daughter was born in 2014 but quickly stepped back to focus on his growing family. They moved to Oklahoma and now have three children - 8, 6 and 3.
The Voice stage has given Ross a fresh perspective on performing, his writing, and his life, and he is excited to share this new chapter with you.