Eleanore Mills is a New York based recording artist known for her seductive  sound, powerful  performances, and the uncanny ability to maneuver musically through a myriad of genres, including Broadway and jingles.  As a child, her exposure to Gospel, Soul, and Jazz fueled and fostered her natural talent and performing skills. With the release of her album, This is  Eleanore Mills, she gained the attention of jazz/soul impresario Norman Connors, who asked her to sing lead vocals on his albums, This Is Your Life and Romantic Journey. Mills was also  chosen as a background vocalist for the Roberta Flack featuring Donny Hathaway album, which included the revered club staples “You Are My Heaven” and “Back Together Again”.  As she began to focus more on dance music, she began working with Next  Plateau Records. It was there that she achieved her definitive recording, as the featured artist on Get Wet”, ”the electro 12” single produced by John Robie.  During this time she also was featured with Larry Woo on C-Bank’s “Good to the Last Drop”, produced by David Cole (C+C Music Factory) mixed by Bruce Forest. She went on to record “Nightmare of a Broken Heart”, produced and mixed by Bruce Forest with edits by Louie Vega. In addition, she scored a chart topping single “Tonite” with Those Guys at MCA Records, which hit #2 on the Billboard Dance Charts. In 2014, Mills began writing and recording with Eddie 'Eaze' Coleman for the  Brooklyn based House label, Deep Nota Records, releasing numerous digital tracks. Most recently, Mills started working with Robert Margouleff, Stevie Wonder's Grammy Award winning producer. Traveling between New York and Los  Angeles, she can be heard most recently recording Preston Glass and David  Neilsen’s “Hello Love”, and a scorching cover of Stevie Wonder's “Higher  Ground”, originally from the classic Innervisions album, which Margouleff co-produced with Malcolm Cecil in 1973.  Eleanore resides in New York.