An Evening with Paula Cole
About the Event
In 1996, Paula Cole released her self-produced, second album This Fire. It was incendiary, a double-platinum smash. The first single, “Where Have All The Cowboys Gone?” catapulted to the Top 10. Her songwriting was loved by traditionalists, feminists, the LGBTQIA community, and the whole world. Cole was nominated for 7 GRAMMY® Awards and was the first woman to be nominated as Producer of the Year with no collaborators. Her second single, the anthemic “I Don’t Want to Wait,” dominated charts for a year and then lived again as the well-loved theme-song for Dawson’s Creek.
Cole pushes boundaries and touches hearts and minds with her songwriting. Her live performances are movements of passion. She was a seminal figure in the formation of the first Lilith Fair, and has performed the world over, for the Troops in the Persian Gulf, to coffee houses in small towns across America, to stadiums with Peter Gabriel, to elegant theaters. And now, the GRAMMY® winning songwriter and producer has released For The Birds, a new set of songs recorded with fellow luminaries and GRAMMY® Award-winners Jason Isbell and John Paul White. For The Birds is available for download and will be released on vinyl this fall.
Morley and Chris Bruce
Morley weaves the threads of jazz, soul, and folk traditions into a singular tapestry of vocal and acoustic splendor. The singer-songwriter/producer has released six solo artist albums under the auspices of Sony and Universal, as well as independently. She is joined by her husband, Chris Bruce, a multi-instrumentalist, producer, writer, recording, and touring musician.
$71 - Section A
$61 - Section B
This event is presented by PCI Concerts