Pauline Wilson

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Pauline Wilson is an American jazz/pop singer best known as lead vocalist with the jazz/fusion group Seawind in the 1970s and early '80s.

Wilson was born and raised in Hilo, Hawaii. She won a Grammy Award for Best Recording for Children in 1979 for her duet "Friends" with George Benson, part of the album In Harmony/A Sesame Street Record and voiced The Fairy on the track "My Fairy In The Crystal Reeds (And Other Frogs)" from Michel Colombier's album Old Fool Back On Earth.

During most of Seawind's main period of activity, Pauline was married to Bob Wilson, the drummer/main songwriter of the group. As a duo, they released a contemporary Christian album, Somebody Loves You, in 1981. She has also released several solo albums.


Studio albums[edit]

  • 1992 – Intuition (debut album)
  • 1997 – Only You
  • 2001 – Tribute

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