Music is no stranger to Ross Livermore, and Ross Livermore is no stranger to
music. They were introduced when he picked up a guitar at age 13 and taught
himself how to play. They got to know each other better when he fronted a
progressive rock band for 9 years (he currently performs with them today). They became intimate friends during his four-month stay in Sicily, where he wrote, performed, and recorded with the Ramzi Harabbi World Music Ensemble. Now, with Ross a staple on the local Boston music scene, they are constant companions.
Having received a BA in music, Ross knows the technical as well as the emotional sides of the business. For the past two years, this up-and-coming artist has been gaining solid ground as a solo musician, securing residencies at many prestigious boston area bars and filling rooms with his newly formed band.
His highly creative music, often compared to the stylings of Ben Harper and
Stevie Wonder, has received college radio play, and "Spaces In Between" was
featured in a Jetty Surf Film. Influenced by Stevie Wonder, Tom Petty, and Bob Marley (to name a few), Ross Livermore seamlessly blends funk, soul, jazz, and roots music together to create unforgettable music.