From opening gigs with Zac Brown Band, Joe Nichols, Russell Dickerson and High Valley to remaining a staple of Song Suffragettes, a weekly woman-only singer-songwriter showcase at Nashville’s Listening Room Cafe, Paulette is becoming an unstoppable force. She's been added to Apple Music’s Breaking Country Playlist, Google Play’s Country’s New Crop Playlist, and named a CMT Discovery Artist. As a result, she’s already earned airplay on Radio Disney and its country affiliate and notched more than 275,000 streams on Spotify.
She’s grounded even when she teeters the fine line between genres, you never question her country roots. New single “F-150” bends around the back road curves with smooth charm while still packing a knuckle-punch. “It’s an undertone of pop and overtone of cowgirl. That’s what works for me, “The goal of music is relatability -- to bring people together based on common experience, to put into words what they cannot express, emotionally. My vehicle for that is what I represent, the ‘modern cowgirl.’