Critically acclaimed and award-winning vocalist and songwriter, Houston’s own, Kristine Mills is the complete package!! Houston Press Music Awards "Best Female Vocalist" and "Best Songwriter" and Rocks-Off Houston's 100 Most Distinguished Artist,
Kristine Mills released her sixth cd, BOSSAtoo in October 2015. It debuted at #35 and peaked at #26 on the National Jazz Charts, placed #2 on the CMJ Jazz TOP 5 Add Chart and shortlisted for nomination consideration in several categories for the 59th Grammy's. BOSSAtoo is enjoying national and international radio play, as well as, play on the inflight radio of major international airlines such as British Airways and Air Canada. You may purchase BOSSAtoo and Kristine's other recordings on iTunes, amazon.com and other fine retailers.
"Kristine Mills’ talent for song writing goes well beyond that realm. She is a fine writer of The Song, an even better writer of The Ballad and best of all she writes a compelling narrative. In short, Mills may be considered a complete musician. Songs such as Breathe Your Kiss, Not Waiting for Maybe and Burden of Choice prove this beyond the shred of a doubt."
World Music Report, Raul da Gama - Mar 1, 2016
"The saucy babe with the Kelly Cuoco sneer and the shelf full of awards is back with album 6, a tasty adult collection of lite jazz delivered with a classic thrush voice. With one of her feet in the Ellington world and the other in Brazil, Mills’ jazz worthy chops are well suited for bringing the past into the present and future making this sweet jazz for nu ears. A solid performer all the way around, Mills makes it happen in fine style."
MIDWEST RECORD - CHRIS SPECTOR, Editor and Publisher
BOSSAtoo joins Kristine's other recordings including the Houston Arts Alliance Individual Artist Grant Funded project, asYETuntitled, the Gold REMI award-winning film, Collector’s Waltz Soundtrack that she wrote, performed and produced, plus bossanovafied, her first cd of all her orignal tunes in the classic style of bossa nova.
“Graced with beauty, sensitivity, and a magnetic voice. She makes every song have the effect of an aphrodisiac on the senses.”
Jazz Inside Magazine