Estella M. Chambers is “FM98 Strong Inspirations with Deborah Smith Pollard” and’s spotlight artist for February 2012. Her most recent project, “For The Glory,” is available on iTunes,, and CDBaby, and in God’s World and Baker’s Bookstore in Detroit.

Estella is one of Detroit’s up-and-coming artists and can be heard in concerts and musicals around town.

Estella’s singing appearances started at home with her sisters and brothers where she laughingly says, “We had to sing for our meals.” As a young teenager she and her sisters sang with the legendary James Cleveland at Cobo Hall. Since that time, Estella has sung in venues across the U.S. and Canada.

Estella has traveled nationwide appearing in various theatre productions such as: “For Colored Girls Only,” at the South Coast Repertory Theater; Orange County California; “A Tribute To Black History” at The Los Angeles Theater Center; “The Lorraine Hansberry Story,” as Lorraine Hansberry; “The Final Word” featuring Burrell Bailey, Karen Clark & Clifton Davis at Chicago’s Regal Theatre and the Music Hall, and The Paul Roberson Theatre in “Shakin The Mess Outta Misery.” She studied theatre in California under Bill Duke along with Danny Glover, Martha Reeves, and others. She also studied under Pamela Campus, Regenia Wimbush, and Adelline Hunter/Director (South Coast Repertory Theatre).

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