Karen Wolfe

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Karen Wolfe

 Karen Wolfe recorded her first album with a Gospel Quartet group called "The Harmonettes", the CD was titled "Stop By Here". The group later changed their name to "Direction". Karen joined the Blues arena by singing background behind the Queen of Soul, the Legendary Denise LaSalle.

After listening to "Karen" sing, with the Queen of Soul, B&J Records executives, Bill Coday and Anna Neal Chew (also Denise LaSalle's road manager) approached her about signing a record deal with their label.

Album Discography

"First Time Out" (B & J 2006) LISTEN

1. Backdoor Love Affair
2. I Ain't Gone Take It No More
3. It's Friday
4. Broken Hearts' Don't Last
5. Grown Ass Man
6. Unlovable Habits
7. Confusion
8. What Kind of Man Is This
9. Confusion (Remix)
10. Special Thanks

"A Woman Needs A Strong Man" (B & J 2009) LISTEN

1. Man Enough
2. Blues Me Up
3. A Woman Needs a Strong Man
4. Sothern Soul Party Mood
5. One Good Man
6. I Don't Wanna Play This Game
7. You Make Me Feel Like I'm Wanted
8. It Ain't That Kind of Party
9. I Ain't Gone Take It No More
10. Broken Hearts Don't Last

"Telling It Like It Is" (Coday 2012) LISTEN

1. Popcorn Kind Of Love
2. You Ain't No Player
3. Super Lover
4. Stuttering
5. Grown Ass Man
6. A Hard Man Is Good To Find
7. I Got A Good Man
8. Don't Play with Me
9. Staying Power
10.All Night Ready Man

"No Regrets" (Coday 2015) LISTEN

 

1 B.O.B.
2 Get Your Lie Straight
3 Ain't No Right Way to Do Wrong
4 Southern Soul Party Mood
5 Super Lover
6 You Gonna Want Me Back
7 All Night Ready Man
8 Don't Nothing Here Belong to You
9 Ain't Nobody Got Time for That
10 Get Your Lie Straight (Remix)

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