The Ross Livermore Band excels in soul-influenced rock that is heavy on melody and percussive dance grooves. Some of Ross’s influences include Stevie Wonder (some of the group’s vocal harmonies would make Motown proud) and The Band. Paul’s influences run from Wonder to Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers. The group, which has become an electrifying live act, is augmented by keyboardist Phil Selesnick and bassist Neil Taylor.
It’s not enough to be talented anymore. You have to be creative as well. The Ross Livermore Band has established its talent through three records and countless gigs along the East Coast, but they’re now ready to take the next step along their unusual, visionary path.
Seeking to boost their presence on the Internet and not just in the clubs, Ross and his cohorts are releasing four video EPs of new songs shot live in the studio. They’ll roll out one free song video per month starting in January, 2014 — a novel idea that testifies to their will and ingenuity. And they’ll keep up the monthly release for the next year.