Precious little is well known about the life span of blues vocalist Luella Miller. She actually is largely appreciated for having collaborated with guitarist and violinist Lonnie Johnson. Some state she was created in Tx, others believe she emerged up in St. Louis or thereabouts. Uncovered by way of a Vocalion skill scout, she produced her first information in St. Louis on July 7, 1926. Her following recording date happened in NEW YORK on January 28, 1927. Between Apr 26, 1927, and August 1, 1928, she sang on five even more recording sessions, which occurred in Chicago, where her profession briefly peaked. Her name made an appearance in advertisements released within the Chicago Defender, North America’s most important Afro-American every week, on nine events between November 1926 and November 1928. Like her personal lifestyle, Luella Miller’s 78-rpm discography is certainly peppered with issue marks. Was it Dewey Jackson or Andrew “Big Babe” Webb on cornet? Was the pianist on her behalf final recording program Jimmy Blythe or Adam Johnson? What’s known is that woman produced 35 recordings in two years’ period, which 13 of the sides weren’t released. Her “North Wind Blues” supported with “East St. Louis Blues” was released on Vocalion as by Luella Miller & her Dago Hill Strutters. Although her performing was significant and passionate, provided the rather recurring character of her materials it isn’t amazing that by August of 1928 the males who went Vocalion experienced that that they had plenty of material. With the finish of her documenting profession, Luella Miller totally disappears from look at, and posterity is definitely left holding a small number of scratchy older information reissued on compact disk. No information offers surfaced concerning her exact roots, upbringing, or personal background after she halted making information. She remains probably one of the most obscure of most early blues music artists.