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Paula Cole

 

Paula has a little daughter called Sky.
For the creation and the recording of her third album, Amen, Paula formed a band called Paula Cole Band.
Paula produced her entire album This Fire in 1996.
Paula was honoured to sing a duet with Melissa Etheridge on VH1.
Paula Cole toured along with Lillith Fair. Those live performances gave her positive criticism.
Paula Cole was the first woman ever to be nominated for the Producer of the Year Grammy Award (in 1998). However, she didn't win.
In 1998, Paula Cole won the Best New Artist Award in the Grammy Awards ceremony.
Paula's albums: Harbinger (1994); This Fire (1996), Amen (1999).
Paula has perfomed in 2002 in the Stormy Weather Benefit Concert for Walden Woods.
Paula's big breakthrough was on Peter Grabiel's world tour in 1993, where she replaced Sinead O'Connor.
Paula studied Jazz vocals and improvisation in the Berklee College of Music in Boston.
Paula learned playing Piano and Clarinet when she was pretty young.
Paula's mother was a visual artist, and her father was an entomologist, who was also playing bass in a polka band.
Paula sang the Dawson's Creek theme song, I Don't Want to Wait, in 1998.

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