Tavonna Miller

Wednesday December 14th, 2011 / 18:08 Written by

Tavonna MillerLos Angeles native Tavonna Miller studied classical voice at Fullerton College before moving to Boston to study pop/jazz vocal studies at Berklee College of Music. Although Tavonna got her start from singing gospel music in church and with such artists as Kurt Carr, Judith Christie McAllister and Tonex (Brian Slade), she is just as talented with r&b, jazz, soul, and classical music. Tavonna has also participated in musical theatre performances of Surrender, The River Is Me, and Showboat and she performs often in the Boston area.

Some of you may remember Tavonna from the You Gotta See This post of her original song Where You Been. Tavonna has been very busy since then, as she released an EP called Anticipate, which she successfully used as a fundraising tool for her new album Peace, Love & the Lack Thereof. The new album will be available for purchase on February 13th. In the meantime, get reacquainted with Tavonna by checking out Don’t Wake Me Up and a snippet of Let Me Belong below.

Don’t Wake Me Up

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Let Me Belong

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1 Comments on “Tavonna Miller

  • Ok, you’ve been holding out on us. This girl has that raw talent that is missing from music these days. She is so versatile! I really want her to hook up with John Mayer to do a remix of his “Friends, Lovers, or Nothing.” I’ve replayed “Don’t Wake Me Up” 10 times in a row so far. Dang it man!!!!!!!!!!!!

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