What’s your sign?
Greg Ross: A peace sign, but then I was around in the ’70s.
Robin Ross: “Detour Ahead”
Most underrated song that, in your opinion, should be a classic?
GR: “Vienna,” by Billy Joel
RR: “Midnight in Harlem,” by Tedeschi Trucks
Biggest compliment you’ve ever gotten from a fan?
GR: “Your wife is great; you’re okay.”
RR: “I liked the way you guys played that better than the original.”
Favorite piece to perform?
GR: Depends on the venue.
RR: I love ’em all.
What do you sing in the shower?
GR: “Where’s the Soap?”
RR: Whatever I last heard coming out of the studio.
GR: I love them all.
At what venue do you most like to perform?
GR: North End Pour House
RR: North End Pour House
Most requested song at shows?
GR: “Piano Man”
RR: I don’t know … I don’t do requests.
First concert you attended?
GR: Richie Havens and The Byrds
RR: Jethro Tull
GR: Billy Joel
RR: Etta James
Place you go to get away from it all?
GR: A walk or bike outside
RR: My art studio
Do you tweet, gram or book? What’s your handle?
GR: None. I just talk loud.
RR: Book @ ROSS2Live, Gram @ ROSS2inHiltonHead
Who would star as you in the epic retelling of your life on film?
GR: Danny DeVito or Sylvester Stallone
RR: Susan Sarandon
First instrument you learned to play?
GR: Drums, then guitar, then piano
RR: Recorder in third grade, then saxophone in fifth grade
Song you were thrilled to finally master?
GR: I’m still working on a song I can master.
RR: “Black Magic Woman” guitar parts on my keytar
What do you wish you knew more about?
GR: Music theory and jazz chords
RR: Show tunes
What animal do you most identify with?
If you got super famous and had to change your name, what would your new name be?
GR: I always liked Tony.
RR: I’d drop my last name.
What famous musician would you love to sing a duet with?
GR: My dad again
RR: Greg’s dad