If you missed Karen Wolfe at the Elks Cub last Friday evening you missed a fun night of entertainment.
Dressed in Black Leather hot pants and Black leather top Ms. Wolfe entertained the crowd with a mixture of songs and antics.
Not one to miss beat, Ms. Wolfe walked around serenaded and playfully teased the gentlemen in the audience with jokes and songs.
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.
She is also known for her hit single “If You are Man Enough to Leave.”