Inside South Orange, NJ’s SOPAC auditorium this Thursday, November 10, 2022 evening, the crowd cheers as Executive Director Stephen Beaudoin welcomes the audience announcing, “Paula Cole and Sophie B. Hawkins are in the house tonight!”. Lights dim as drummer Katie Marie Richards and keyboardist Seth Glier take the...
CLAYTON, N.Y. (WWTI) — Grammy-award-winning pop and rock singer Paula Cole will be performing in Clayton at the end of July. According to Clayton Opera House, Cole won the Grammy for Best New Artist of the Year in 1997 and has been nominated for seven other Grammys in her career. She is known for her album of originals, “Revolution,” and her second album and major-label debut, “This Fire,” including the hits “Where Have All the Cowboys Gone?” and “I Don’t Want to Wait.” Her most recent album is “American Quilt.”
Singer-songwriter Paula Cole has released 13 albums celebrating a rich, creative trajectory of deeply heartfelt songs starting with her 1996 triple Grammy-nominated single “Where Have All the Cowboys Gone?”. She won a Grammy Award in 1998 for Best New Artist, and among her earlier megahits was “I Don’t Want...
The Chocolate Church Performing Arts Center will host Paula Cole at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, May 21, at Chocolate Church Performing Arts Center, 804 Washington St, Bath. After gaining attention for her performances as a vocalist on Peter Gabriel’s 1993-94 Secret World tour, Cole released her first album “Harbinger” in 1994. Her second album, “This Fire” (1996), brought her worldwide acclaim, peaking at number 20 on the Billboard 200 album chart and producing two hit singles, the triple-Grammy nominated “Where Have All the Cowboys Gone?”, which reached the top ten of the llboard Hot 100 in 1997, and “I Don’t Want to Wait,” which was used as the theme song of the television show Dawson’s Creek. She won the Grammy Award for Best New Artist in 1998.
CLEARWATER — Madeleine Peyroux and Paula Cole will take the stage Saturday, May 7, 8 p.m., at the Bilheimer Capitol Theatre, 405 Cleveland St., Clearwater. Tickets start at $44.50. Visit www.rutheckerdhall.com or call 727-791-7400. Peyroux will be performing her hit album “Careless Love” in its entirety and Paula Cole...
Paula Jeanette (Korb) Cole, age 57 of Milan passed away on March 30, 2022. She was born on February 1, 1965 in Cincinnati, Ohio, the daughter of the late Paul and Janet (garrison) Korb. Paula had worked for several years for Cracker Barrel and Sub-Way. She had also ran a...
She turns 54 years old today… This was a Top 5 song 25 years ago… The spring of 1997!. On 7-30-1997 Boys Don’t Cry sued her for $7 million claiming this song sounded too much like their 1986 hit… What do you think?
WTOP Entertainment Reporter Jason Fraley chats with singer/songwriter Paula Cole as this weekend marks the 25th anniversary of her breakthrough hit “Where Have All the Cowboys Gone.” They spoke when Cole played the AMP by Strathmore in North Bethesda, Maryland in 2017, breaking down her biggest hits, including the “Dawson’s Creek” theme “I Don’t Want to Wait.”
This week’s Nakedly Examined Music podcast features the Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Paula Cole. After backing Peter Gabriel in the early 90s on his Secret World tour, she had major hits with “I Don’t Want to Wait” (later the theme song of Dawson’s Creek) and “Where Have All the Cowboys Gone.” She has released ten studio albums since 1994.
Paula Cole is our guest this week on Art of the Song. Never afraid of speaking complex truths, her musical catalog is defined by honest and deeply personal lyrics delivered by her powerful voice. She has always had a gift for discerning the underlying humanity in stories from her own life as well as those around her, and channeling those emotional elements into captivating music.
With a musical catalog defined by honest and deeply personal lyrics carried by her powerful, radiant voice, Paula Cole has always had a gift for discerning the underlying humanity in stories from her own life as well as those around her, and channeling those emotional elements into captivating music. On her latest record American Quilt, Cole has applied this natural insight to American history and musical roots traditions by interpreting a selection of classic songs – each of which provide an entry point for rediscovering the overlooked stories and figures that populate America’s interwoven cultural lineage.
Madeleine Peyroux and Paula Cole performed on tour together last Thursday at the Green Music Center. Peyroux performed her hit album, “Careless Love,” and Cole performed from her record album, “This Fire.”. Performing first was Peyroux, with Andy Ezren on piano, Paul Lewinski on the upright bass, and Graham Hawthorne...
Seeing great talent is fun, but encountering two great talents in the same show is even better. Two powerhouse women singer-songwriters, Madeleine Peyroux and Paula Cole, hit the stage Thursday, Oct. 14, at the Green Music Center, performing some of their most beloved songs. The duo has been touring together,...
We are giving away a pair of tickets to The Old Church Presents Paula Cole w/Miko Marks on October 11. To win, comment on this post why you’d like to attend. Winner will be drawn and emailed October 4. ——————————————— The Old Church Concert Hall. 1422 SW 11th Ave, Portland,...
Back in October of last year the hit drama series Dawson's Creek appeared on Netflix and has been streaming ever since. If you've watched the classic show on the streamer however you may have noticed something, the actual theme song from the series, Paula Cole's “I Don’t Want To Wait," didn't play over the opening credits. The reason for this is that when Sony Pictures Television licensed the song all those years ago they only paid for the on-air rights to the song, meaning it hasn't been available on streaming or DVD releases of Dawnson's Creek, that is, until now.
You don’t want to wait… for the original Dawson’s Creek theme song! Netflix, which currently boasts all six seasons of the WB teen soap opera, announced that the iconic Paula Cole song “I Don’t Wanna Wait” is officially back in the show’s opening credits. Alanis Morissette’s “Hand in My Pocket”...
Paula Cole on her new album of American classics, Rockport reveries, and those Lilith Fair audiences
Growing up in Rockport, Paula Cole loved jazz. “My senior year of high school, I would drive to Berklee from Rockport to study with Bob Stoloff; he was a pioneering vocal improviser. I hoped I could be a female Chet Baker,” the singer/songwriter and Grammy winner says from her Beverly home.
Paula Cole reveals why she 'went away' post-Grammys win, praises Taylor Swift's 'extraordinary' rerecordings
"I Don't Want to Wait" singer Paula Cole talks folksy new "American Quilt," struggles as a female producer and why she "went away" post-Grammy win.