Mitch Rossell, originally from the hills of East Tennessee, is blazing a trail through the world of Country Music. During his freshman year at Virginia Tech, Rossell discovered his passion for guitar, an instrument he picked up to honor his late father. He quickly found himself locked in his dorm room skipping classes to indulge in his newfound musical obsession. Upon graduating with a degree in Business Management from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, Rossell made the move to Nashville in 2010.
In mid 2014, Mitch’s work caught the attention of his all time favorite artist and Country Music legend, Garth Brooks. Brooks is quoted saying, ”Mitch Rossell has one of those voices that spins your head around the second you hear it, but that is only the beginning. Once he has your attention, get ready for some of the best lyrics and melodies you have ever heard.” In the summer of 2016, Brooks invited Rossell to open shows on his record setting World Tour. Rossell recently signed with Wrensong Publishing.
Mitch is back with his new music video for his single, “Then Again (Acoustic)” which features Music Travel Love. Mitch’s voice is so smooth and just feels effortless, in the best way possible. The new single has a 90’s Country sound, which is my favorite period of Country Music. They do a great job at telling the story, all while capturing the emotion of the lyrics. “Then Again,” should be instantly added to your Country Playlists for the fall. The lyrics and vocals will move you to the point where you will have to put it on repeat. “Then Again,” is available on all major streaming platforms. Check it out below!
Jerrett Franklin is a singer/songwriter from Loretto, TN. After growing up in a small town, he moved to Nashville to pursue a music career. After writing for a few different artists in the area, he decided to branch out and give local music the spotlight. That is where the idea for Music On The Rox originated from. We are dedicated to shining a light on local music and giving a voice to those who aren’t being heard.