Ross Copperman has spent the last decade helping some of the biggest artists in the world use their voices and built one of the most impressive behind-the-scenes résumés in music. The GRAMMY-nominated hit songwriter and mega-producer is responsible for a decade of soundfrom Music City including 30 No. 1 songs and other chart climbers for stars including Keith Urban, Luke Bryan, Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani, Darius Rucker, Kenny Chesney and P!nk,
Dierks Bentley, and so many more, as well as producing acclaimed and GRAMMY-nominated albums for Urban, Bentley and more.
Although known today as an elite producer and the writer
of career-defining gems for other artists, his professional story began with his own record deal in the UK in 2006. His solo debut gained considerable traction on the strength of songs like “As I Choke” and “All She Wrote,” which also found featured spots on American TV shows like “Grey's Anatomy” and “Vampire Diaries.” Now, Copperman is rediscovering his own voice as he returns to his roots as a solo artist with the release of Somewhere There’s a Light On, a five- song collection of shimmery Southern pop filled with radio-ready piano, staccato percussion, synths, snaps and smooth vocals and of course country music’s love of cohesive narratives.
Available this May, Copperman co-wrote Somewhere There’s a Light On with favorite collaborators, including a pair of songs, “Electricity” and “Therapy,” with Ed Sheeran.