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Paula Cole is an American adult cotemporar pop and rock artist from Rockport, Massachusetts. She has been active as a singer and songwriter in American music since 1992 and has released many hit albums and singles since then. She was first signed onto Warner Bros Records and then with Columbia Records. From 2006 onwards, she has been signed onto Decca Records. She rose to fame with the hit song, Where Have All the Cowboys Gone?, a song that ranked in the Billboard Hot 100’s top ten. She won a Grammy Award as the Best New Artist soon after, making her an artist to see live via Paula Cole tickets.
Paula Cole was born to an elementary school teacher mother and a biology professor father, who also played polka music on the side. She studied at the Rockport High School, where she was senior class president and also played roles in school productions of such plays as South Pacific. She then went on to study at the Berklee College of Music, located in Boston, studying improvisation and jazz singing. A jazz record label approached her for a deal, but she turned it down.
In 1993, Paula Cole rose to fame when she performed on Peter Gabriel’s tour, the Secret World Live tour. Following this, she was signed onto Imago Records and released her debut album in 1994, titled Harbinger. A year later, she was signed onto Warner Bros. Records, who re-released her debut album in 1995. By that time, she had also appeared on VH1 to sing a duet with Melissa Etheridge. In 1996, she released her second album via Warner Bros. Records, titled This Fire. The album’s first single was a massive hit, reaching number eight on the Billboard pop chart and becoming an MTV hit. Titled Where Have All the Cowboys Gone?, it was followed by another chart topping single, I Don’t Want to Wait.
Paula Cole second single was also used in Dawson’s Creek with yet another of the album’s songs used in the famous movies, City of Angels. It also featured a duet with Peter Gabriel and was followed by a tour with Sarah McLachlan’s Lilith Fair. She received several Grammy Award nominations in 1997, including for the Producer of the Year, becoming the third woman in the history of the Grammy Award to be nominated in this category. She went on to win the Best New Artist award. In 1999, she released her third album, featuring guest performances by Tionne Watkins and DJ Premier.
She also record It’s My Life, a song that was used in Mercury car commercials In 2007, she released her fourth album through Decca Records, produced at Hollywood’s Capitol Studios by Bobby Colomby. In 2010, she released her fifth album, titled Ithaca. She wrote all of the songs, as well as co–produced them. It received much critical and commercial acclaim. Appearing on VH1, she announced another album, set to be released in 2013 and titled as Raven.
She is also a musician who plays a number of instruments, including the piano, a Roland Juno synthesizer, tube Wurlitzer, Juno bass, harmonium, clarinet, xylophone, didjerido, Rhodes bass and electric guitar. She is one of the most versatile artists today in the world of music, with her concerts often sold out in Paula Cole tickets.
She has performed at the Berkelee Performance Center in Boston. She has also received rave reviews from The Boston Globe and other leading newspapers and magazines. She has also performed at the Major League Baseball All–Star Game, performing God Bless America, and has also toured several US cities with Mandy Moore. She has also sung The Star–Spangled Banner at the NBA Finals, held in Boston. Her singles have ranked first on the US Adult Pop Songs chart, fifth on the US Mainstream Top 40 Songs chart. They have also topped charts in Australia, Canada and the UK.