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"Michael Ross"

Time Off Issue 1336 – August 15th 2007.

Seriously, if you haven’t heard the sublime voice of Brisbane’s Michal Ross yet, then do yourself an immediate favour. The man is in possession of one of the finest male sopranos around town.

"At the age of nine, I received a scholarship as a boy soprano," Ross explains. "I could just sing really high and in tune from age five. It was really cool, but not so cool when you’re in year 10, hoping that your voice will eventually be less womanly. It was actually really hard growing up; kids actually teased you for having a musical ability. Strange. These days I don’t get teased. I just open my mouth and try to sound as good as I can. And I can sound like a woman if I like – and, if I like, I can sound like I’ve got balls. Which I do, by the way."

Not to be one to have his sound squeezed tightly into a box, Ross’ style can best be described as pop music with a gospel soul. Without an official release just yet, his myspace recordings display not only his aforementioned vocal abilities but also a unique sense of humour.

“Having electronic pop, classical ballads and comedy dance routines in the same set is difficult to describe,” he laughs. “My songs are my podium: I can be a town crier, a clown, a dancer, an actor, a venerable child or a ballsy preacher. I can tell someone what I’ve experienced and what I believe, and even if they disagree, they still listen because it sounds beautiful. If something is tormenting me, I cage it in the bars of music and there, it can’t harm me. I’m not in denial of my dangers, I’m just protecting myself and warning others. Mostly, I write songs for myself with others’ ears in mind.”

Ben Preece
- TimeOff Magazine


"Human Sonata" debut EP due for release January 25th 2008.



Michael Ross has spent the last 19 years inventing, performing and recording music. His experience includes every colour of the musical spectrum.

As a boy soprano, Michael was a born performer. From the age of 4 years, Michael learnt to play music by ear on his Nanna’s piano, sang in gospel choirs, performed in church musicals and jumped on the trampoline whenever he got the chance.

Michael Ross (the ‘Human Symphony’) has tackled many musical adventures. He was a singing missionary in Fiji at age 15. He joined and wrote songs for an Australian pop music Boy Band called D’BOYZ at 19. ‘Morkal’ then began a popular Junk Band (jazz / funk) with 4 very close mates called Friendship Audio. They played alongside groups including Elixer, The Informants, The Boat People and Elation. They are still played on radio in the Northern Territory today.

Michael's performance transcends quirky animated snippets from the depths of Logan in Brisbane's south, to heartfelt and dynamic songs about living life to the fullest. As a songwriter, Michael has received awards for his work from the Australian Songwriter's Association. Michael was selected from the finest talent in Brisbane (including Kate Miller-Heidke and the Rock'n'Roll Circus) to perform at the opening of the Brisbane Powerhouse. Throughout his life, Michael has toured, performed and created work both as a solo act and in collaboration with other artists and musicians.

From pre-school to pro-tools, Michael Ross has only had one thing on his mind - entertaining everyday people with gifted music that is laced with medicine for the modern mind. Every note from voice box to groove box, is crafted by just one musician. A showman not to be missed.