Dorothy Milone is a Multiethnic, American girl group founded in Washington, D.C by
concert/promotion coordinator, Shelley Bivins. The current and best known lineup for Dorothy Milone is comprised of Desiree Dudnath, Courtney Elwood and L. Galloway.
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|Years active||7 Years - Active|
|Known for||American Female Music Group|
|Notable work||Female Group of the Year- 2019, BET College Tour.|
|Home town||Washington D.C|
|Relatives||Desiree Dudnath,Courtney Elwood,L.Galloway|
|Awards||Nominee : Female Group of the Year 2019|
This multi-ethnic group was formed in 2012 and by 2013 were better known for their “girl talk” radio show. After connecting with different businesses, owners, political activists and entertainers like Tinashe, B.O.B and Musiq Soulchild Within the first year, The Dorothy Milone Radio Show was nominated in Washington, D.C. The steady appearance requests on both sides helped launched the girls Music Careers. Nicole Jolee Felan, Michelle Brown and Anna Mateo were original members of Dorothy Milone. The group started out with a cover song by Latoya Luckett. With the addition of group member, Brittany Herbinko, the girls released their original song entitled “Reckless”. A verse in the song “I wanna get Reckless” impacted high schoolers all over the DMV influencing them to switch it to “I wanna get breakfast”. The video went viral, generating over 90,000 views.
Dorothy Milone was crowned “Female Group of the Year” for 2019. Nominees for this award have shown exemplary accomplishment in their field or made significant contributions to cultural development. Winners are selected by public vote. The group is on their way to the top with great songs like “Gas U Up”, “Christmas Gift” and “Imagination” featuring Tokyo Vanity of Love & Hip Hop Atlanta. These songs haveall received radio play and have been added to many Spotify playlists. Performances have included Capital Pride, Six Flags, The Cotton Club and high school performances including a stint on the “Streetz Blunt Truth Tour”… a tour that addresses bullying and violence in relationships among youths. In addition, Zeola Gaye personally invited Dorothy Milone to perform at a tribute concert in honor of her brother, the late Marvin Gaye. Dorothy Milone has always had members of different ethnicities. Their goal is to prove that there is “power in unity”.