Tim Ross is a singer/songwriter/guitar slinger who hails from Wycliffe, in the East Kootenays of BC. Songwriting influences range from rock-and-roll and blues, to rockabilly and cowboy songs. Artists he has been compared with range from Brian Setzer and the Stray Cars, to Corb Lund and the Hurtin’ Albertans.
The songs on his first CD, “Blue Sky, Green Grass”, released in 2006, have received airplay on public radio here in Canada, and south of the border to Idaho, Washington, Oregon and California. Time also revealed his rockin’ side in 2006 by releasing a self-titled CD “Buffalohead”. This CD charted and received extensive play on college and public radio. A third release in spring, 2012, entitled Cowboy Museum”, is another “Western” effort, but it is also a blend of his influences, with leanings toward rockabilly and western swing. This recording continues to receive airplay on community and public radio.
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