Interview with Montanette "Mooody" Miller, Washington, District of Columbia

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Montanette "Mooody" Miller
Montanette “Mooody” Miller (Washington, D.C.)

Montanette “Mooody” Miller is a singer based in Washington, D.C. In addition to her solo musical projects, she is a singer in the go-go band Suttle Squad. Forming as Suttle Thoughts in 1994, the band later became known as Suttle, Suttle Squad, or Squad Suttle. Suttle has opened for national recording artists such as The Isley Brothers, Jay Holiday, and Anthony David. The band has held weekly performances every Friday night at the Historical Takoma Station, one of the longest running Friday night happy hours for any go-go band. The Squad has also performed for local events and community rallies such as the Safeway Barbecue Battle, the Howard Theater, A Tribute to the Legendary Father of Go-Go, Chuck Brown, MPD Beat the Streets Annual Event, Six Annual Chuck Brown Day Virtual Party, and Bethesda Blues & Jazz. In addition to performing locally, Suttle Squad has toured as far as Cancun, Puerto Rico, Dallas, and Miami. 

Interviewed by Tamar Sella, 10/31/2020.
Tamar Sella
Music; United States; Covid-19 Pandemic
Washington, District Of Columbia
Musicians in America during the Covid-19 Pandemic
Society for Ethnomusicology

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