Sarah Ross’s New Single “Doin’ Just Fine” Premieres on CMChatLive
Available Now on iTunes and Digital Retailers
Added to CMA “Discover New Country” Playlist
Ross, David Fanning, and Curt Gibbs wrote the empowering “Doin’ Just Fine” about coming out stronger on the other side of a relationship. It’s a “slice of life” song written from a first-hand perspective.
“Doin’ Just Fine” needed to express what every woman or girl wants to be in a relationship or in life in general. It has a pop country vibe to it that I love,” commented Ross.
CMChatLive.com said “Doin’ Just Fine” is a high-tempo track with a pop-inspired sound. It’s catchy and is about a break up with someone who continues to call. Ross’s vocals flow effortlessly over the upbeat tempo. She has so much confidence in her voice and this song shows it.”
DigitalJournal.com remarked, “Overall, Sarah Ross delivers on her new single, “Doin’ Just Fine.” Her vocals are breathy and refreshing.
Nashville.com commented, “This single choice has set the tone for the forthcoming EP’s performance and has left us wanting more.”
ABOUT SARAH ROSS:
Discovered after appearing as a contestant on Season 12 of American Idol, 23-year old Sarah Ross released her debut EP, “Calm Before The Storm,” in 2015 on Average Joes Entertainment. She was immediately was embraced by such tastemakers as SiriusXM’s “The Highway,” CMT Pure and Country Weekly. Ross also garnered early recognition as an emerging talent by inclusion in iHeart Radio’s “Digital Artist Integration Program,” and CMT’s Artist Discovery initiative.
She has already amassed more than 5 million views on YouTube, and 2 million streams on Pandora. In November 2017, she will release the first single entitled, “Doin’ Just Fine” from her upcoming EP scheduled for release in 2018.
A talented songwriter as well as a tremendous vocalist, Ross co-wrote and recorded “Relacs” which appears on The LACS #3 charting Billboard album, “Keep It Redneck.” In addition, Ross collaborated with several top-tier songwriters for her first EP co-writing five of six songs appearing on “Calm Before The Storm.”