Karen Wheaton

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Karen Wheaton
Birth name Karen A Harris
Also known as Karen Harris Wheaton
Karen Harris Wheaton Towe
Born 1960
Genres Gospel
Associated acts Judy Jacobs, Vicki Yohe, Eddie James, Janet Paschal, Jimmy Swaggart

Karen Harris Wheaton Towe is an American Pentecostal preacher, Gospel music singer and recording artist based in Hamilton, Alabama whose career has spanned the late 1970s until the present time. She has toured throughout the U.S. performing at events that also featured preachers and Christian artists such as Jim Bakker,[1] Jimmy Swaggart, Benny Hinn and the Gaither Homecoming. Her singing voice is classified in the Mississippi Delta style, which is fused with blues, urban contemporary gospel, and bluegrass gospel influences. She is the Director and Founder of "The Ramp," a youth ministry located in the city of Hamilton, Alabama. The Ramp operates with the goal of "awakening a generation," holding Christian rallies, concerts, and conferences for teenagers.[2]

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