Tasha at home

“On the cover of her new album, Tasha Miller wears a slinky black dress, dark lipstick and fake eyelashes, her hair styled and piled high, microphone cord wrapped around her fist like a lasso, looking every bit the R&B diva she sounds on her newest record.” (continue reading)
- Samantha Swindler, Oregonian



“She slinks toward the stage in a dazzling black-lace floor length mermaid-style dress. A clip holds in place the dark brown tresses cascading…five-inch black heels accentuate her enviably lean 5’11” frame.” (continue reading)
- Yuxing Zheng, Oregonian


“Tasha is a force of nature. She sings her way through the American Songbook with a remarkable sense of style and phrasing. A completely contemporary voice, she still hearkens back to smoky jazz clubs of a bygone time, holding audiences in the palm of her hand.”
- Keith Clark, Conductor
“Electrifying. The real deal.”
- Mary Lang Bishop, Owner of Pendleton Woolen Mills, Portland
“My superstar!”
- Michael Gibbons, Owner of Papa Haydn and Jo Bar & Rotisserie, Portland
“Unbridled, she remains. Effusive and infectious. Off color and off kilter. Hip Hop, Gospel, Soul,  R&B, Ballads, Improv. Magnetic performer with a triumphant sound.”
- Kris Homsi, Portland Resident
“Tasha stands on the edge every day.”
- Julie Keefe, Photographer, 1st Mayor-Appointed Portland Creative Laureate



BIOGRAPHY
“In September's feature story, Ginger Burke mentioned 'local singer and Hillside neighbor Tasha Miller,' who sang at the celebration of their beloved mailman Dave's retirement party. [Tasha] created the event in it's entirety. We took some time to get to know Tasha and are delighted to bring her colorful, moving, and fascinating story to you... (continue reading)
- Meg Cotner, Hills & Heights Magazine


Tasha Miller singing

“[Tasha Miller] is some combination of artist and sorceress.”
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- Willamette Week