The MYRON MILLS PROJECT is a versatile Chicago band that specializes in live performances of Smooth Jazz, Rhythm & Blues, Pop, Vintage Jazz, Blues and Original music. Its founder, Myron Mills, started performing in groups in Chicago at the age of 14 after he learned to play jazz in jam sessions with Von Freeman, Bunky Green and others.
Myron has earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music Education, completed several Master’s courses, and released three independent albums to date on the GFS Record Label. Myron has been the leader of his own group since 1986, which underwent a name change in 1992 to MYRON MILLS PROJECT.
With more than 300 songs in their repertoire that provides listeners with experiences from the 1930s to 2009, the MYRON MILLS PROJECT has performed at places including the United Center for “Chicago Blues” and the Auditorium Theater opening for the Manhattans.
Myron, who has worked as a pianist for Morris Ellis Big Band, has produced tracks for Latoya Jackson (Michael Jackson’s sister), O’Hare International Airport and the City of Chicago. He has also played keyboards with SLAVE for nearly four years and is currently working on releasing a new album that will feature a single with Eddie Kendricks of the Motown sensation, The Temptations.
The members of the MYRON MILLS PROJECT are Dawi Williams on bass, Dale on drums, Flo Mills on percussions and vocals, Camille Randle on flute and vocals, and Myron Mills on keyboard and vocals. The MYRON MILLS PROJECT looks forward to working on other local and national circuits to help other artists realize their dream of being a professional in the music business.