Born and raised in Los Angeles’ San Fernando Valley, 23 year old singer/songwriter Eva B. Ross couples dreamy vocals with her natural knack for writing hook-filled, heartfelt indie pop-rock tunes. In high school, she studied songwriting at Interlochen Arts, later attending the Stanford Jazz Vocal Residency. She began performing live while pursing her B.A. in history at UCLA (winning UCLA’s Spring Sing In 2017). While in college, she started working as a SAG session singer, becoming a regularly featured vocalist on ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live.
Her first three singles, produced by Justin Niebank and Steve Rashid, are all songs written by Ross. Recorded at Castle Recording Studio, she is accompanied by Derek Wells and Kris Donegan on Guitar, Fred Eltringham on drums, Tim Lauer on keys, and Jimmie Lee Sloas on bass.
After returning from Nashville, she decided to produce her debut EP independently, teaming up with producer and band-mate Grant Milliken (Mmmonika, Halapeno), as well as LA producer/artist Paul Castelluzzo (Hether). “Playlist For The Apocalypse” features six songs, written by Ross and recorded in Los Angeles. It is slated for release October 25, 2019.In January 2020, she completed a co-headlining East Coast tour with Jack Symes, and in March 2020, she'll be embarking on a tour of the UK/ Ireland.