Sandra became the second woman to win the National Calypso Monarch when in 1999 she convincingly captured the title with her performances of, “Voices From The Ghetto” and “Song For Healing.”
She again claimed the title in 2003 with, “For Whom The Bell Tolls” and “Ancient Rhythm.” Sandra continued to be a strong contender in the National Calypso Monarch for years following.
She was a mentor to many young calypsonians including former National Monarch, Karene Asche who she considered to be a daughter. Sandra also counseled and guided a lot of youth in the Morvant and Laventille communities.
A product of the Best Village competition, Sandra became a household name nationally in the mid-1980’s when she sang, “Die With My Dignity,” a song that addressed sexual harassment in the workplace. She was also a member of the female calypso trio alongside Marvelous Marva and Tigress. They had a mega hit titled, “Whoa Donkey.’
Singing Sandra (Sandra DeViges-Millington” passed away on 28 January 2021, she was 64 years old