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         Playing guitar since the young age of 11, 20-Year-OLd Millisa Henderson from Muskogee, Oklahoma, has been a female rock phenom from the start.  she strives to give her audiences positive, high-energy performances filled with powerful riffs and blazing solos they won't soon forget! 

     Millisa began her musical journey at a week-long summer "Rock Camp" in Muskogee. It was there she realized her musical dreams, and she immediately set goals to become a professional musician. Soon after the camp, she began studying under local guitar instructor Bradley Spears. During her teen years, she performed across the Midwest with youth rocks bands Signs of Warning and Insane Audio, as well as performing solo and as part of the Rising Stars Productions, Inc. non-profit organization.  She has performed at venues such as the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame, the Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame, G-Fest, The Berklee Performance Center, Hard Rock Cafe Dallas and Hard Rock Cafe Memphis.

     During the summers of 2013, 14, and 15, Millisa attended summer programs at the prestigious Berklee College of Music. It was during these programs that she fell in love with the college. After graduating high school in 2016, Millisa was accepted to Berklee on the full-tuition Lollapalooza Scholarship, a scholarship awarded to one outstanding rock musician a year. At Berklee, she has studied under professors such as Jon Finn, Sal Difusco, Scott Taruli, and Joe Stump.

     Millisa currently resides in Boston as a fourth-semester student at Berklee. She is a member of the bands New Focus and No/Hugs, as well as the leader of her own band, The MH Project.  Millisa is currently writing and recording an original solo album, set to be released in 2018.


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