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    SINGLES:    
    K-Ark Records "Go Home" - Recorded with Onie & Jean Wheeler (Karen's Mom & Dad) 1958
    K-Ark Records "Wait Until I'm Sixteen" / "I Wanna Hold My Baby" 1959
    Epic Records/Columbia "What About Tomorrow" 1962
    K-Ark Records "I've Been There" / "Take The Bad With The Good" / "Mr. Peters" / "More Of Mr. Peters" (Duet with Jim Candy) 1964
    Boone Records "I've Heard A Big Wind Blow Before" / "The Best Of Two Worlds" 1967
    Starday Records "We Got Each Other" (Duet with Bobby Harden) 1968
    Hilltop Records "Listen Spot" / "Mama's Kitchen" / "Deception" / "Stand By Your Man" 1969-1970
    Chart Records "The First Time For Us" (Charted in Billboard Magazine at #39 across the nation) / "I Miss You Already" / "Keeper Of The Keys" / "One Hurt At A Time" / "A Special Day" 1971
    Onie Records "Let's Invite Them Over Again" / "There's A Friend In The Way" (Duets with Karen's father, Onie Wheeler, also written by Onie and recorded by George Jones & Melba Montgomery) 1972-1973
    RCA Records "Born To Love & Satisfy" (Highest Charted Record for Karen - Charted in Billboard Magazine at #34 across the nation & won "The Chart Buster" Award from ASCAP for staying on the charts for 16 weeks) 1974
    RCA Records "What Can I Do To Make You Happy" / "I'm Tried Of Holding Hands" (written by Karen) / "You're Smothering Me" (written by Karen) / "In The Middle Of The Night" / "Love Made" (written by Karen & Shirley Michaels) / "A Woman In Love" 1974-1975
    Capitol Records "How Is The Sun In California" / "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" / "How Will I Get Over You" 1976
    Fox Fire Records "Closer To Goodbye" (written by Karen) / "You've Got All I Am" (written by Karen) 1981
    Onie Records "He'll Never Die Unhappy" (Recorded with Karen's Dad, Mom, Sister Jerene & Brother Danny) 1983
    Fox Fire Records "I'd Rather Die Standing" (written by Karen & went to #1 on Independent Charts) 1983
    GBS Records "Summer Lullaby" (with the Gil Veda Orchestra) / "Mosquito Joe" / "And I Love Him" 1984
    Fox Fire Records "Soft Touch" 1993
    Fox Fire Records "Gypsy Love" (written by Karen & Sue Ann O'Neal) 1994
    Fox Fire Records "Somebody Hold Me" (#1 on Independent Charts for 13 weeks) 1995
    Fox Fire Records "I'll Be Your Star Today" (written by Karen Wheeler) 1996
    Fox Fire Records "Need To Know Basis" (written by Karen & Jack Powell) 1997
    ALBUMS:    
    Fox Fire Records A Country Christmas (Christmas) 1997
    Fox Fire Records Love Made (contains a live performance of Karen's famous "Muleskinner Blues") 1998
    Fox Fire Records Have A Laugh On Us (Comedy) 1998
    Fox Fire Records Special Delivery (Gospel) 1999
    Fox Fire Records From Our House To Yours (Christmas) 2000
    Fox Fire Records A Mental Journey 2002
    Fox Fire Records Now And Then 2003
    Fox Fire Records Love Makes The Difference 2004
    Airplay International Records Sing Out America 2005
    Raindrops Records Too Good To Be Bad 2007
    Fox Fire Records Softly And Tenderly (Gospel) 2009
    Fox Fire Records A duet album with Karen & her brother Danny Wheeler coming soon!  
    AWARDS & CREDITS:    
    Airplay International King Eagle Awards "Female Vocalist Of The Year" 1992-1993
    CMAA American Eagle Awards in Las Vegas "Female Vocalist Of The Year" 1992-1993
    Airplay International King Eagle Awards "Christian Album Of The Year" 1993-1994
    CMAA American Eagle Awards "CMAA Record Of The Year" for "I'd Rather Be Standing" (written and recorded by Karen) 1994-1995
    Airplay International King Eagle Awards "Female Vocalist Of The Year" 1994-1995
      "Lifetime Achievement Award" - "For the success your dedication has brought...and for the years of success that lie ahead" 1995-1996
    Airplay International King Eagle Awards "Traditional Female Artist Of The Year" 1997
    Airplay International King Eagle Awards "Radio's Choice Female Country Artist" - "For your dedication in the field of music and entertainment" 1998
    Airplay International King Eagle Awards "Entertainer Of The Year" 1999-2000
      "Golden Microphone Award" - "For all of your hard work and dedication to the world of music." 2000
      Inducted into "The Texas Lone Star State Hall of Fame" 2000
      "My Father's Daughter" - Karen has written a book about the life and times of her and her father, Onie Wheeler. 2001
    CHARTED RECORDS:    
    Chart Records "The First Time For Us" - Charted #39 in Billboard. 1971
    RCA Records "Born To Love & Satisfy" - Charted #34 in Billboard.  Received "ASCAP Chartbuster Award" for breaking into the National Charts and staying there for 16 weeks. 1974-1975
    Fox Fire Records "I'm Just A Soft Touch For You" - #1 on the independent charts - stayed on Billboard for 16 weeks.  Received "ASCAP Chartbuster Award" for breaking into the National Charts and staying there for 16 weeks. 1993
    Fox Fire Records "Gypsy Love" - Top 10 (written & recorded by Karen) 1994
    Fox Fire Records "Somebody Hold Me" - #1 on the independent charts - stayed on charts for 16 weeks - Quote from magazine:  "This Weeks #1 Independent Artist...#49 on Major Artist Chart - 'You go girl!!!!'" 1996

     

     

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