About Robert Ross Band
Quote: "Robert Ross is a blues icon, one of the great blues spirits." Bob Fass Radio Un-nameable WBAI.
Short Bio: Robert Ross is an award winning singer, songwriter, guitarist, & harmonica player known for blues, jazz, soul, and blues rock. Robert recorded with Big Joe Turner. Robert's song "Sittin' In The Jailhouse" was recorded by Johnny Winter, and 2 other songs made it onto the soap opera All My Children. Robert performs solo, duo, or with The Robert Ross Band. He tours frequently and has released 7 cds.
Played With: Big Joe Turner, John Lee Hooker, Lightnin' Hopkins, Brownie McGhee, Memphis Slim, Sunnyland Slim, Otis Rush, Dr. John, Charles & Cyrille Neville, Pinetop Perkins, Big Mama Thornton, Honeyboy Edwards, J.B. Hutto, Eddie Kirkland, Floyd Jones, Homesick James, Bobby Lewis, Charles Ward (Ink Spots), & many more.
Opened For: Jerry Lee Lewis, Johnny Winter, Edgar Winter, Albert Collins, Albert King, Freddie King, Gatemouth Brown, Willie Dixon, The Band, Roomful of Blues, Dickie Betts, Rick Derringer, Willie Dixon, Leon Russell, Bo Diddley, Ron Wood, Papa John Creach, James Cotton, Junior Wells, Buddy Guy, Guy Clark (The Byrds), Ronnie Earl, Lonnie Mack, John Hammond, Johnny Copeland, Jethro Tull, Fiddler On The Roof, Laverne Baker, Son Seals, Spencer Davis, Duke Robillard, Lazy Lester, Bobby Rush, Eddy Clearwater, Roscoe Gordon, Mose Allison, Aretha Franklin, & John Lennon.