Caroline Smith / Tavonna Miller
With soaring vocals and catchy melodies Caroline Smith is settling into a sound that merges ’90s R&B and neo-soul with her indie rock and folk roots. As Smith's music takes a step from girl to woman, her new album, Half About Being a Woman, explores self-acceptance and growing into oneself.
Described as having “that voice” by the Boston Weekly Dig newspaper, pop/soul artist Tavonna Miller's vocal ability spans styles including soul, rock, gospel, and opera. Coming from a family of musicians, she learned early on to discover and explore the world of music and craft her own unique sound. Her influences include legends as Stevie Wonder, Nina Simone, John Legend, and John Mayer. Now Brooklyn-based, the Berklee College of Music graduate performs throughout Massachusetts, New York, and Philadelphia, either self-accompanied on piano or backed by some of the best local female musicians.