Pauline Frechette

Pauline Frechette (aka Raven Kane) is a 21st Century Troubadour. Her original music and songs take audiences on a poetic adventure to other worlds with her own mixture of humor and passion much like that of Stephen Sondheim and Jacques Brel.

As a composer her piano music is reminiscent of Eric Satie. As a singer/performer she has been compared to Diana Krall and Bette Midler. She is equally at ease performing for 22,000 (she was Neil Diamond’s duet partner), 2,000 (sang jazz harmonies for Willie Nelson) or for a few people in small clubs and home concerts.

On record and in concert, Pauline is emotional and inviting. Her album, Colors of My Heart, debuted on Billboard Top Ten Classical and Jazz charts. Her current release, Winter Romance, has fans calling it
“inspirational” and “a favorite forever”. Her classical music has been performed by the Baltimore Symphony and the Hollywood Bowl orchestra.

Collectively her songs have over 6 million hits and can be heard on FM radio stations throughout the USA and Europe and on instore radio in over 50 countries. Her piece, The Sacred Mountains of Ojai (composed during the Thomas Fires) will have it’s World Premier with the New West Symphony in their 2019 Season.