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Karen-Lee Batten


Karen-Lee Batten (Courtesy Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)

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Karen-Lee Batten is a country music singer from British Columbia. She is a three time winner of the BCCMA's "Female Vocalist of the Year" award (2004, 2005,2006), and she was also a top 10 finalist in the first season of Canadian Idol .

Musical career

Canadian Idol

Karen-Lee competed on the first season of the hit show Canadian Idol. Although she was one of the top 3 vote getters in her semi-final group, which got her into the top 10, she was eliminated on the first night of the finals.

Her elimination was surrounded by controversy because of how it happened. Although the finals were originally a top 10, the judges added an eleventh contestant at the last minute. The wildcard competition was supposed to let one person enter the top 10, the top vote getter. Toya Alexis received the top votes. However because the votes were so close, a second contestant was added at the last minute. This contestant, Ryan Malcolm, went on to win the entire show.

Originally two contestants were set to be eliminated during the first night of the finals, but because of the addition of Ryan to the finals, three had to be eliminated on this night. Karen-Lee received the third lowest votes and was eliminated. Had it merely been a top 10, she would have survived another week and had another chance. Ironically, Karen moved on in group 3, where both Ryan and Toya originally performed.

Karen-Lee's Canadian Idol performances included:

Her performance of "Come Away With Me" was also featured on the first Canadian Idol Greatest Moments compilation album, which went Gold in Canada.

Debut album

Karen-Lee released her debut album, Every Moment, in December 2005. The album's cover of Deryl Dodd's song "A Bitter End" has received a significant amount of radio airplay on Canadian country music radio stations. In February 2006, she was an opening act for Emerson Drive. Karen-Lee's first music video, "Hearts on the Run," began airing on CMT Canada in April 2008.

Discography

Albums

Title Details
Every Moment
  • Release date: December 2005
  • Label: KLB

Singles

Year Single Album
2005 "A Bitter End" Every Moment
2006 "One Day"
2007 "Like I Would for You"
2008 "Hearts on the Run"

Music videos

Year Video Director
2008 "Hearts on the Run" Steve A. Adelson


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