Sondra Mitchell
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Sondra Mitchell

Centereach, New York, United States

Centereach, New York, United States
Band Pop R&B

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Sultry and soulful was Sondra Mitchell’s mode of expression with her debut EP release of It Starts Here. Mitchell began her love affair with music at the age of three in her native Long Island, NY. It was in grammar school that her teachers motivated her into participating in the choir and perform in many of the school plays. Classically trained yet, very creative she felt she had something to offer to the public. At 12 years old, she started her own pop all-girl group called Boy Krazy. The group received interest from major record labels like Atlantic records. This encouraged Sondra more than ever. She began attending Stony brook University for music and continued to hone her voice through session singing and doing background for other countless professional musicians in the industry. She started writing her own material and cut a demo. Mitchell moved to Los Angeles in early 2000. Upon relocating she landed into a setting of supportive management and a fantastic bunch of musicians, including bassist of the year nominee Alex Al (previously worked with Michael Jackson, Stevie Wonder, and Shakira), guitarist Michael O’Neill (Aretha Franklin, Santana), and pianist J. Michael O’Neal (Chaka Kahn, Teena Marie), to help her in the recording of It Starts Here Mitchell began playing festivals and some of Hollywood’s hottest clubs. She received press from some of Hollywood's major prestigious music and entertainment magazines, such As The Music Connection and Noho LA. Recently Sondra started embracing writing for television, too. One of her most recent projects was writing the theme song for Adelphia Cables TV show Senior Heroes Of America. The song currently gets heard in one million homes a day in Southern California. Sondra is the current host of the Long Island Music Show ‘New Music Now unsigned’.