|Origin||Thursday Island, Torres Strait Islands, Queensland, Australia|
|Years active||1950s – present|
Mills Sisters is a group of three sisters from Torres Strait Islands, Rita and twins Cessa and Ina. All three sang and Rita played guitar, Cessa the ukulele and Ina the tambourine. Cessa and Ina retired in 1996 and Rita continued on a solo career. They started singing in the 1950s and in the 1980s started to tour outside the Torres Strait. They performed all over the Pacific and in Europe. Their version of "TI Blues" (a song written by Seaman Dan) has been called "a signature tune for the Torres Strait".
- Frangipani land (1993) - New Market Music
- Those beautiful TI girls (2002) - Zuna Entertainment
- The Australian, 13 December 2004, "Trailblazer sang Torres on to map" by Steve Connolly
- Australian Associated Press General News, 28 March 2003, "Better late than never for Uncle Seaman" by Jordan Baker
- Sunday Herald Sun, 14 March 1999, "Rita's family affair" by Paul Stewart
- Sunday Herald Sun, 11 March 2001, "Rita calls it a day, at last." by Paul Stewart
- Pryor, Cathy (8 September 2001). "Northern Delights". The Australian.
- Red Ochre Award Archived 2014-02-01 at the Wayback Machine. Australia Council for the Arts
- Frangipani land listing
- Those beautiful TI girls listing