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Paula Cole

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(Re)View From The Lilith fLair Stage

Syracuse New Times
To understand Lilith fLair, first you must understand Lilith Fair, the 1997 touring festival with artists like Sarah McLachlan, Sheryl Crow, Fiona Apple and Paula Cole. The point was to prove that a music bill featuring women could still sell tickets ...

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VVN Music Interviews: Paula Cole

VVN Music
Paula Cole started her career in the clubs around her native Boston before being asked to join Peter Gabriel's Secret World Tour. Her exposure from that tour and her first album, Harbinger, got her signed to Warner Brothers where she released This Fire ...

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MCCC spotlights Anderson, Michigan acts

Monroe Evening News
Grammy Award-winner Paula Cole will perform in October. A musician for 20 years, she has shared the stage with Dolly Parton, Herbie Hancock and Emmylou Harris. “Paula is probably going to be one of the best shows of the season,” said Ryder. “She is a ...

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Haute Secrets: Singer/Songwriter Paula Cole Shares What She Loves Most About Boston

Haute Living
Paula Cole became an almost overnight sensation when she debuted her mega-hit singles “Where Have All the Cowboys Gone?” and “I Don't Want to Wait” (which became the theme song for Dawson's Creek) off the album This Fire more than 20 years ago.

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