• Voice Type:
  • Tenor
  • Range:
  • Tenor

Voice Type


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Brad Ross

Brad Ross, composer, has had his work performed at The Kennedy Center by The National Sympony, The Manhattan Theater Club, The Long Wharf Theater, on CNN and WOR radio in New York and at Weill Recital Hall. He is a winner of a Richard Rodgers Development Grant from The American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters. His musical Little By Little was produced Off-Broadway by The York Theater. The cast recording was released on the Varese Sarabande label and the show is licensed by Samuel French.


POPCORN is a widely funny comedic duet. The male and female portions of the song can also be sung separately and used for auditions. The lyric is very actable and the music is tuneful. Audiences love this song! As performed by Julianne Katz and Taylor Trensch at Elon University:

How Sad No One Waltzes Anymore

A beautiful waltz for a Female or Male performer. This is an excellent song for a legit voice. The lyrics are touching and the melody is gorgeous.

Watching the Show

A tour de force, show-stopping number for a solo Male performer. WATCHING THE SHOW is an eleven o'clock number in which the lead character of the musical THE TIMES erupts into song expressing frustration, jealousy, and a deep yearning for success. Compelling lyrics and a powerful melody.As performed by Jonathan Whitton: As performed by Jordan Leeds:


A humorous patter song for a Male actor. Fun, nervous energy and delightful lyrics. A comedic romp for a talented performer.


A fun uptempo song for a Male performer. Lots of opportunities in the song to show singing and acting ability with comedy and humor.

Tell Me

A ballad from the musical LITTLE BY LITTLE. Can be sung by a male or female. Surprising lyric twist at the end of the song. Beautiful melody.