Paula Cole was born on April 5, 1968, in Massachusetts. She is a singer and a songwriter. Cole holds several awards, including 4 Boston Music Awards. She is particularly famous for such songs as “Where Have All the Cowboys Gone?”, “I Don’t Want to Wait”, and “Me”.
Paula Cole was born in a family of artists. Her mother was a painter and her father was an amateur musician. Paula’s house was always full of music. Paula listened to all types instrumental improvisations even when riding in her parents’ car. Ever since she was a kid, Paula was thinking about a music career. She learned how to play many musical instruments, including non-popular ones, such as a fistula, clarinet, and parlor organ. Her main instrument was the piano.
Even though Paula spent most of her free time playing and listening to music, she was a very responsible student. Cole was an active member of the high school community, attended drama classes, and was part of a French club, where she studied the language and the culture.