Mitch Rossell and Trisha Yearwood Release Emotional New Duet, “Ran Into You

Country singer-songwriter, Mitch Rossell, released his moving new single “Ran into You” today, Tuesday, March 30. The emotionally charged song features flawless vocals from country music icon Trisha Yearwood. The track, which Rossell co-wrote with Tommy Karlas and Dave Turnbull, enjoyed an exclusive, worldwide digital premiere with People Country on Monday, March 29. 

“The chorus melody lends itself to a really cool and distinct harmony and having Trisha’s voice on the song takes it to a whole new level,” Rossell said. “I knew as soon as we cut the song, that we had something really special on our hands.”

“Ran into You” showcases Mitch’s artistry as a seasoned storyteller. With the addition of Trisha’s signature vocals, the duet depicts an emotional story of finding light and love in dark times.

“I’ve been waiting patiently for him to ask me to sing on one of his records, ha! He finally did,” Yearwood exclusively told People Country. “I absolutely love ‘Ran into You.’ It was a joy to sing with Mitch and I can’t get the song out of my head. That’s a good sign!”

The release of “Ran into You” follows the monumental success of Mitch’s chart topping single “2020.” The track quickly went viral on TikTok and soon after took the No. 1 spot on the iTunes Country chart. “2020” debuted at No. 22 on the Billboard Emerging Artist Chart and has racked up over 500K streams on Spotify alone. Mitch previously earned his first No. 1 as a songwriter with “Ask Me How I Know” by Garth BrooksHe has also written numerous other tracks for Garth including 3 songs on Garth’s recent album release “Fun” (“Dive Bar” ft. Blake Shelton, “All Day Long” and “That’s What Cowboys Do”). Mitch is currently working on additional, exciting projects with more details to come later this year. 

Stream “Ran into You” HERE.

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