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Paulette McWilliams
Casey's Tenor Madness
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Paulette McWilliams

You may not know it, but you have heard her voice many times. She is the voice behind many TV and radio commercials you hear daily such as Folgers, McDonalds, Diet Pepsi (with Britney Spears), Cadillac, Cover Girl, American Express, Celebrex, Master Card, United Airlines, Budweiser and the "Love Jones" by Mercedes and so many more!

Chicago has always produced great musical talent. Paulette McWilliams is no exception to that rule. She started singing before she could talk and even as a child, Paulette amazed her listeners with her rich, low, deep, sultry, velvety tones and an incredibly wide range.

She has quite a long and extensive musical history. In Chicago, Sammy Davis Jr. was one of the first celebrities Paulette met when she was 11 years old.

He guest starred on the Amateur Hour TV show where Paulette competed ... He pulled her aside and told her she was awesome and to keep on her path of singing, although she came in second, she never forgot his impact.

She was the lead singer with Ask Rufus and before she left the group, she introduced her friend Chaka to Ask Rufus to take her place. They sang together for a short period in Ask Rufus and have remained close friends through the years.

Paulette was introduced to Quincy Jones via cassette sent by Phil Upchurch (famous jazz guitarist). Quincy immediately made her his solo/lead singer for his "Body Heat" tour. Quincy introduced her on the "Mellow Madness" album of which she co-wrote the title song. While in Japan, she sang a duet on stage with Sarah Vaughan as Quincy Jones conducted the orchestra. She has recorded and/or sung live duets with Marvin Gaye (on his last tour), Johnny Mathis (2 duets on his album Different Kinda Different) and she sang a solo on Noel Pointer's last CD.

Paulette has sung backups, live on tour for numerous artists. She was one of Bette Midler's famous "Harlettes" and performed all over the world with Bette including 8 weeks on Broadway!! She also toured and recorded with Luther Vandross for over 20 years. She toured and sang all of the Tammi Terrell duets with Marvin Gaye on his last tour... Marvin was going to produce and album on her.

Paulette has recorded with Mary J. Blige as well as appeared with Aretha Franklin, Lauryn Hill, Celine Dion, Anastacia, Whitney Houston, Patty LaBelle, Deborah Cox, Michael Jackson, David Bowie, Dennis Edwards (from The Temptations) and many others. The list goes from A-Z.

Paulette has also performed many times on TV shows like The Oprah Winfrey ShowThe Tonight Show w/Jay Leno, David Letterman, The Today Show, Saturday Night Live, Arsenio Hall, Rosie O'Donnell and Good Morning America!! with artists including Luther Vandross, Barry White, Jennifer Lopez, Anita Baker, Mariah Carey.

Awards shows include The Grammy Show with Marvin Gaye,  Luther Vandross, Michael Jackson...  American Music Awards... In addition, she has recorded on many TV and Movie soundtracks.

Paulette appears in videos for the Emmy award winning PBS children's show, "Between The Lions", and her voice is featured in many of the special segments on that show.

Paulette's first CD entitled "Flow" was recorded and released in Japan on Columbia records with amazing reviews and accolades. She toured and did the Blue Note Tokyo for a week to sold out audiences. She also performed at the Ginza Jazz Festival and added Tom Scott and Nat Adderley Jr. as her guest.

Her newly recently released CD entitled Tom Scott presents Paulette McWilliams "Telling Stories".

From Bern, Switzerland with the Jazzaar Festival, to the International Jazz Festival in Netherlands with the famous Peter Beets and his amazing brothers.