New Album

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Ross Newell can usually be seen and heard as the lead singer and songwriter in The Mulligan Brother from Mobile AL – his song writing weaves heartfelt tales of love and loss into complex yet comforting storytelling, the combination of which will leave you nostalgic for something (or someone) that you can’t quite put your finger on. With a remarkable universality, you could as easily imagine the tales spilling from the mouth of a storied, laugh-lined old man as his teenage grandson grieves his first heartbreak. He sings and plays about where they’ve been in a way that makes us all realize we’ve been there, too.”
Last night he wowed the audience with his solo performance. The house was packed and the crowd didn’t want Ross to stop playing his old tunes and some new ones that aren’t recorded yet. He is a class act, great performer and a nice guy! We love him and want him back soon! ”

— John Burns - Dyson House Listening Room

Newell’s voice tends to be very contemporary. He often overlays the rippling flow of the music with a fast-paced, verbose patter, and he packs songs with sharp imagery. Newell has a gift for phrases that pop out and grab you, even when you've set the album playing in the background. ”

— Lawrence Specker, AL.com

A humble and unassuming genius, One of our best shows ever!”

— Jim Pennington - Listening Room Mobile AL

If you're a fan of Trampled by Turtles, then you're going to feel right at home listening to Ross Newell on lead vocals.”

— Regional Musician Magazine

Singer/songwriter Ross Newell brings a warmth and finely crafted talent to the live experience and his superb vocal tone reveals one of the finest voices I have heard in some time. ”

— Paul McGee, Lonesome Highway Magazine

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