Influenced by the sounds of Jazz and R&B greats including Ella Fitzgerald, Nancy Wilson, Gladys Knight, and Whitney Houston, Carlene Mitchell’s grace and soulful vocal styling in Jazz, Rhythm and Blues, Gospel, and other various musical genres, has captivated audiences nationwide for over 25 years. Perhaps it was her training in classical music in New York that broadened her vision to take her diverse vocal talents to perform with various Jazz bands and Swing Orchestras in renowned locations such as The Helmsley Palace, Sweetwater’s, and The Rainbow Room in New York City, as well as headlining at Peter Scott’s, The Jazz Company at Pleasure Island, and The Westin Grand Bohemian in Orlando. Carlene has performed in Blues and Motown shows in venues such as The Motown Café and The House of Blues, and has opened for several recording artists such as Ray, Goodman, and Brown; Cuba Gooding, Sr.; and The Delphonics. Carlene has performed on stage with Michael Bolton, Jessica Simpson, and others. In 1991, Carlene made her recording debut with celebrated French Producer Adrien Dupuy on an album distributed in Paris and abroad.