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I heard it in cars passing by and on Walksmans of people walking past me.” But few realize how hard-won Cole’s success was, especially in taking full control of her album at a time when women had little voice in the music industry.Few also know the struggles that followed, driving Cole to leave the music business for nearly a decade.It was all men — there was a patriarchy in the music business,” she remembers.“I experienced a lot of infantilizing and sexist treatment.” She pushed through by continuing to “show up and self-advocate,” she says.Today, the Grammy winning singer still can’t believe the global fame sparked by her 1996 album “This Fire,” especially the tunes “Where Have All the Cowboys Gone” and “I Don’t Want to Wait,” which became the theme song of hit TV show “Dawson’s Creek.” “’This Fire’ was a supernova,” recalls Cole, who will perform at Myron’s Cabaret Jazz at The Smith Center on June 15 and 16.
“It zoomed up the charts and was on so many radio stations.
She gushed about Zachary during an interview to promote her new movie "Traffik" on Monday.
Paula also recently told Extra that she and her beau met through their kids' sports activities.
She "thought [Patton] was nice," but nonetheless she "has just been shocked" too find out that Paula is now dating her estranged husband. Zachary reportedly has been living with the "Warcraft" star since they started seeing each other a month ago and has been tagging along on her "Traffik" press tour.
Despite the accusation, Paula isn't shy to show off their romance.
She felt pressure to focus on pop songs she had no passion for.