STEAMDOLLZ

STEAMDOLLZ

Michelle Shellers, a native of Baltimore, has been singing since the age of 7. It was clear that she had a love for music and was often called “the songstress” even at this early age. With humble beginnings in church choirs and school events, her powerful first alto singing range became her calling card. It was during these years that she focused on pursuing a career in music.

 

During her final year with the Morgan State Choir, the opportunity to record was presented to her. She recorded her first single “Rise” in 1999. This dance hit collaboration was released with the production team, Soul Providers, a year later in 2000. “Rise” created the opportunity for Shellers to perform in the U.S. as well as abroad in places such as The Netherlands, Brazil, Moldova, France and Lebanon.

 

The single has been dubbed a club classic and is still getting played in clubs all over the world. Although her first song was a dance track, her musical training allows her the flexibility to perform opera, jazz, soul and a few other genres of music.

 

Born and raised in Brooklyn, NY. Michelle Weeks began captivating audiences at the tender age of 4. A graduate of the famed LaGuardia School of Music & Art, Michelle went on to perform on Broadway-debuting in the musical, “The Tap Dance Kid.” She also played a co-starring role in the major motion picture, “Little Shop of Horrors.”

 

Since the early nineties, Michelle Weeks has been a staple in the Dance Music community. Her powerhouse vocals have been showcased on numerous releases, including the classics, “The Light,” ”Be Thankful,” “and “Give Me Love” Michelle has worked alongside producers such as DJ Dada, Tony Moran, Jamie Lewis and DJ Spen, to name a few. She has also collaborated with other dance music greats, like Barbara Tucker, Byron Stingly, Dawn Tallman and others.

 

In addition to Dance music, Michelle Weeks has performed (both live and in the studio) background vocals for Mariah Carey, Taylor Dayne, Trey Lorenz, Tramaine Hawkins and many others. She has also provided jingles for major companies, such as Kellogg’s, Fidelity & Kentucky Fried Chicken.

 

Together, both Michelle’s have joined forces to create a unique duo with a “steampunk” look and a retro dance sound. The Steamdollz will be the ones to watch in 2016 and beyond.