Josh Ross’ “Trouble” Hits #1 At Canadian Country Radio

Josh Ross
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18 SEPTEMBER 2023 (TORONTO, ON) – Breakout country singer-songwriter and hitmaker, Josh Ross lands his first number one at Canadian country radio with his single, “Trouble”, released by Universal Music Canada, the country’s leading music company. The introspective country-rock track was written by Ross and Mason Thornley (Kelsey Hart, Levi Hummony) and has already amassed over 70 million global streams and is certified Platinum. Last month, Ross also released a live version of the track, recorded from his Grand Ole Opry debut.

Today, Ross announces THE TROUBLE TOUR kicking off with two special headline dates in Vancouver, February 4 (Commodore Ballroom) and Toronto, March 6 (Opera House).  The dates see his long-awaited return to the stage for Canadian fans.  After previously joining Bailey Zimmerman as special guest on a run of shows earlier this year, Ross will support Zimmerman top of 2024 on RELIGIOUSLY. THE TOUR as well as perform at Stagecoach same day as Eric Church headlines in 2024.  Ross concludes the Nickelback 51 date GET ROLLIN’ TOUR along with Brantley Gilbert next month. For tickets and a full list of tour dates, please visit

Ross shone at the 2023 Canadian Country Music Awards this past weekend, winning ‘Breakthrough Artist of the Year’ following his memorable performance of “Trouble”. 

Ross has previously scored two Top 5 hits on Canadian country radio with “First Taste of Gone” and “On A Different Night”, while continuing to share new music including “Red Flags” and his latest release “Ain’t Doin’ Jack”. “Trouble” continues to climb country charts in both the US and Australia.  

With chart-topping music releases and performances, a Grand Ole Opry debut in July, and a star-studded 2023 CCMA’s, Josh Ross continues to carve out his place in Country music on both sides of the border. Stay tuned for much more from Ross as he continues anchoring himself as one of this generation’s most promising Country artists.

Canadian Headline Shows:

Feb 4 – Vancouver @ Commodore Ballroom 

Mar 6 – Toronto @ Opera House 

*Complete List of Tour Dates Available HERE

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