Ross Clayton, originally hailing from Oklahoma, is a renowned American country singer and songwriter who rose to fame after appearing on Season 23 of NBC’s hit singing competition show The Voice, judged by Kelly Clarkson, Blake Shelton, Chance the Rapper, and Niall Horan.
Who is Ross Clayton?
33 years old Clayton was born and raised in Oklahoma. He released his debut single Turn Up Again in 2017. He has performed more than 100 shows across the country.
In 2023, he performed Keith Urban’s “Blue Ain’t Your Color” during The Voice Blind Auditions. He got four-chair turn and later decided to join Team Niall.
When he is not on stage, you can find him enjoying fishing with his family.
Ross Clayton is married to Ryan Buck. The couple also blessed with three children; two daughters and one son. They lives in McLoud, Oklahoma.
About the Season 23 of The Voice:
The Voice returned with a brand new installment. This season will feature some of the best and brightest singing talent from all over the country, as well as a star-studded line-up of coaches which include Kelly Clarkson, Niall Horan, Chance The Rapper and OG coach Blake Shelton who will be bidding farewell to his long-time tenure after this season.
The Voice is sure to be an exciting and entertaining ride for viewers everywhere. Each episode will see contestants battling it out to impress one or more of the coaches in order to move to the next round. For those that are chosen by more than one coach, they must use their charm and talents to convince the judges on why they should be part of their team.
This year’s installment is bound to be exciting as the show features an array of unique contestants from different walks of life and cultures. Each week the stakes will get higher as contestants give it their all with the hopes of making it through to the finals.
Watch The Voice on NBC Mondays at 8/7c, Tuesdays at 9/8c, and the next day on Peacock.