Sarah Ross’ ‘Doin’ Just Fine’ Lyric Video Is a Dog-Gone Good Time
Sarah Ross is in nearly every scene of her new "Doin' Just Fine" lyric video, but it's hard to argue she's the star. Filmed at a Tennessee dog rescue, the clip features a yard full of happy puppies excited to be getting some attention from the singer.
Watch Ross' new "Doin' Just Fine" lyric video during this exclusive premiere on Taste of Country. Big dogs, little dogs, big dogs and little dogs, black and white dogs and one special pug are seen running around, often doing the camera work. Ross doesn't sing in the clip; she's too busy trying to figure out who to pet next! Watch to the very end, when the pup in the wheelchair starts to steal the show.
The uptempo, melodic country song finds Ross holding her head high after a breakup. "I'm doing just fine hey / Ever since you walked away / Won't let my heart break / No you can't bring me down today," she sings in the chorus. David Fanning and Curt Gibbs helped her write the final song on her new five-song Nervous Breakdown EP, a project that also features co-writes from Shane McAnally and Trevor Rosen.
Ross first gained notoriety on American Idol when judges Mariah Carey and Nicki Minaj fawned over her in 2013. Now signed to Average Joes Entertainment, the New Jersey Native mixes killer vocals with a spoken-word style that separates her from anyone in country music. Nervous Breakdown was released on July 20.
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