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Paula Cole

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1998 Grammys Best New Artist Winner Paula Cole News

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This one is titled "Dante's Creek," very cleverly interpolating the Dawson's Creek theme song, "I Don't Want To Wait" by Paula Cole. It's equal parts hilarious and fire. We hope James Van Der Beek and Katie Holmes consider hopping on the remix ...

1998 Grammys Best New Artist Winner Paula Cole News

Kris Kristofferson, Bruce Cockburn Bring Star Power to Folk Alliance Awards

American Songwriter
And Bruce Cockburn showed up to accept the inaugural People's Voice Award from performer/presenter Kris Kristofferson, who drew swoons from emcee Paula Cole earlier in the night. Meanwhile, Actress Megan Mullally, who presented the music awards, ...




1998 Grammys Best New Artist Winner Paula Cole News

Video Premiere: '90s Songstress Paula Cole Gives 'Where Have All the Cowboys Gone' a Fresh Update

Yahoo Music
“I have been singing 'Where Have All the Cowboys Gone?' for audiences for 20 years,” marvels Paula Cole. Her landmark single, famous for putting an ironic lens on traditional gender roles, pushed Cole into the spotlight as one of a group of '90s female ...

1998 Grammys Best New Artist Winner Paula Cole News

Flashback Friday: 1997 Grammy winners

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Paula Cole had two big hits from her 1996 album This Fire. "Where Have All the Cowboys Gone?" reached the top ten and "I Don't Want to Wait" was the theme song to the popular teen drama Dawson's Creek. Best Female Pop Vocal Performance: "Building a ...

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