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-Real Name:+Since beginning her career as a young popular singer in Englewood, New Jersey, and being tapped as a featured soloist on the platinum soundtrack album "Beat Street", Cindy Mizelle has evolved into one of the most in-demand session singers of contemporary popular music. Her highly versatile style can be heard on many radio and television commercials, and you can catch her singing on TV specials such as VH-1 Divas Live, and the "Sweet Tree & Morgan" skits on Late Night With Conan O'Brian. Cindy has also recorded for children's television; That's her lead vocal on "Between The Lions".
-Cynthia Lynn Mizelle+
-Music Releases:+Cindy's critically acclaimed solo album "Cindy Mizelle" was released in 1994, and she has contributed her vocal talents to over 120 albums by artists such as Freddie Jackson, Carly Simon, Chaka Khan, Johnathan Butler, George Benson, Mary J. Blige, Mariah Carey, Patti Labelle, Céline Dion, Anastacia, and Alicia Keys.
-This Could Be The Night ◄ Atlantic 1984+
-Cindy Mizelle (CD)◄ EastWest Records America 1994+
-That Man Of Mine (Single) ◄ Redzone Records 1998+
-Shine On (12")◄ Contagious Records 2000+
-Shine On (Maxi) ◄ True Direction LTD. T/AS A&R 2005+
-Into My Life (You Brought The Sunshine) ◄ Vega Records 2008+
-That Man Of Mine (CDr, Maxi, Promo)◄ Redzone Records 2008+
 +Ms. Mizelle has also toured (and recorded) with Whitney Houston, Dave Matthews Band, and on The Rolling Stones' 1990 "Steel Wheels" Tour. She is probably best known as having been an outstanding background vocalist for Luther Vandross, both in the studio, and on stage.
-Also In The Group: 
-[artist]Attitude[/artist] 

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Since beginning her career as a young popular singer in Englewood, New Jersey, and being tapped as a featured soloist on the platinum soundtrack album "Beat Street", Cindy Mizelle has evolved into one of the most in-demand session singers of contemporary popular music. Her highly versatile style can be heard on many radio and television commercials, and you can catch her singing on TV specials such as VH-1 Divas Live, and the "Sweet Tree & Morgan" skits on Late Night With Conan O'Brian. Cindy has also recorded for children's television; That's her lead vocal on "Between The Lions". Cindy's critically acclaimed solo album "Cindy Mizelle" was released in 1994, and she has contributed her vocal talents to over 120 albums by artists such as Freddie Jackson, Carly Simon, Chaka Khan, Johnathan Butler, George Benson, Mary J. Blige, Mariah Carey, Patti Labelle, Céline Dion, Anastacia, and Alicia Keys. Ms. Mizelle has also toured (and recorded) with Whitney Houston, Dave Matthews Band, and on The Rolling Stones' 1990 "Steel Wheels" Tour. She is probably best known as having been an outstanding background vocalist for Luther Vandross, both in the studio, and on stage.