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An extraordinary songwriter with a gorgeous voice
Paula is an original voice both in what she is saying and how she is saying it.
A fantastic artist
Grammy Award–winning singer-songwriter Paula Cole is set for the release of her tenth full-length album, Revolution, this September via 675 Records. Produced by Chris Bruce (Seal, Meshell Ndegeocello, My Brightest Diamond) alongside Cole (a Grammy-nominated producer, herself), the album delves into themes of gender identity, race, and age.
“At the heart of it, Revolution is about breaking silence,” Cole notes. “At its core lie signature, highly personal songs. Revolution is mostly about INNER revolution, breaking silence and finding a way through these times with love in our hearts.”
A New England native and daughter of an amateur musician and a visual artist, Cole studied jazz singing at the Berklee College of Music, where she currently teaches. She won the 1998 Best New Artist Grammy, and her sophomore album This Fire went double-platinum on the strength of the hit singles “Where Have All the Cowboys Gone” and “I Don’t Want to Wait.” Her 2017 album Ballads, featured a selection of jazz standards and debuted at number 10 on the Billboard Jazz Albums Chart.
The forthcoming album features contributions from a number of acclaimed artists, including Ndegeocello, vocalists Nona Hendryx (Labelle) and Darcel Wilson, and jazz pianist and singer Bob Thompson (of NPR’s Mountain Stage).