| Martha DeWolfe
Native Texan Martha DeWolfe has carefully blended her early influences of traditional country and rock into her own brand of contemporary country music.
Her shimmering and silky vocal sound hints of her childhood influence and infatuation with Patsy Cline. A very strong live performer, she may have acquired some of her stage 'presence' during 10 years as a Grand Prairie policewoman.
That occupation is no doubt grist for her imerging song writing abilities, and is perhaps evident in 'The Woman Wearing The Badge', on her first CD, "That Flame Keeps Burning". Produced by industry veteran and award winning producer Phil York, this effort is getting much deserved air play on radio stations in Texax, Louisiana, and Mississippi.
The major newspapers in Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, San Antonio, and other cities have run feature stories on the unique blossoming career of Martha DeWolfe. She performs at regional Opry shows, for corporate event live audiences, on radio, and has performed at the Texans' of Branson, Missouri show. At Cowboy's in Bossier City, Louisiana, she opened the show for country music star Doug Stone, a performance which was also broadcast live over clear channel radio KWKH, which reaches 38 states and two foreign countries.
And Ms DeWolfe is no stranger to television, either. She was interviewed for a KTVT Channel 11 feature story, and has appeared on the 'Leta Ensey Show. She also appeared in an acting roll in Paramount's HOT TV in October '93, playing the part of a television reporter.
Martha recently completed recording 3 more original songs for her next album scheduled for release in the fall of '94. She is a talented performer, singer/songwriter, and entertainer at the threshold of a major recording and show business career.