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Classic "Blue Moon" Reimagined by Paula Cole

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It's been twenty years since singer Paula Cole hit mainstream popularity with her wistful song, "Where Have All the Cowboys Gone." The song cracked the top ten in 1997 and Cole earned the Best New Artist Grammy award. Now at the age of 50, the ...

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Musicians donate time, talent to benefit ALS ONE

The Boston Globe
A few years ago, Stratton recorded a song to raise money for Citizens for Children's Safety, and enlisted a few of his famous friends — notably Jeffrey Gaines, Rockport's own Paula Cole, and drummer Danny Seraphine of the band Chicago — to take part.

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Lilith Fair at 20: The Legacy of a Tour That Put Women First

RollingStone.com
The musicians who appeared at Lilith – including Paula Cole, Lisa Loeb, Natalie Merchant and the Indigo Girls – were used to being in the minority. "I started at Berklee College of Music, where the ratio of men to women was about 13 to one," recalls Cole.

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Exclusive: Paula Cole Covers “Blue Moon” on forthcoming album “Ballads”

HuffPost
Paula Cole's career can be divided into two phases. The first phase began in 1993-1994, when she was invited to perform with Peter Gabriel on his Secret World Live tour. A record contract soon followed, which led to Harbinger (1994, re-issued 1995 ...

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