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Riverview, Florida – January 16, 2020 – The Queen Of Soul Blues, Karen Wolfe, did something a little different with her latest single “Girls Night Out.” Bringing more R&B to the table with this one, she’s opening new doors and inviting a new wave of fans into the party.
“Girls Night Out” is the latest single from Karen Wolfe’s 2019 release, ‘Unplugged.’ This new single capped off the record but in turn, signaled a shift in sound for the Soul Blues Queen. Pushing her more into the mainstream with an R&B flair, “Girls Night Out” promises to usher in a whole new audience who have yet to hear her astonishing ways when she picks up a mic. They’ll not only love the sound but will appreciate the message as it praises the power of friendship and self-love as women don’t have to sit at home waiting for fun. All they have to do is have their own “Girls Night Out.”
‘Unplugged’s’ “Girls Night Out” is just the latest from Karen Wolfe in her lengthy career. She got her start singing in a Gospel quartet, The Harmonettes. They went through their highs and lows and when things with them eventually dissolved, Wolfe moved on and in a new direction. One that led her to sing backup for the legendary Denise LaSalle. Over time she has also performed with other past and current legends as Bobby Rush, T.K. Soul, Floyd Taylor, Jeff Floyd, Willie Clayton, Sheba Potts-Wright, Mel Waiters, James Smith, Terry Wright, and Andre’ Lee to name a few.
“Girls Night Out” will not only introduce Karen Wolfe to a new crop of listeners but also inspire women around the world to get up and get out for themselves.
Those interested in featuring new R&B music, reviewing the single, or interviewing Karen Wolfe can reach out via the information provided below.
For more information on Karen Wolfe, please visit: http://www.KarenWolfeMusic.com
Karen Wolfe turns the heat up with her latest single, “Girls Night Out,” from her 2019 release, ‘Unplugged.’
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“Girls Night Out”: https://soundcloud.com/user-707164791/girls-night-out
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