Grace Potter And The Nocturnals


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Thanks for the mammaries, 2013 – music to my ears
[January 2014] - Punch Brothers, 1/27/13 @ Granada Theatre – Dallas, TX. Chris Thile and Company ran through 90 minutes of mostly familiar material, but I was still floored. Pam and I took it upon ourselves to upgrade our seats, which may’ve been further away, but were in a definite sweet spot. We still don’t know who’s feeling young now.   read more...

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Grace Potter & The Nocturnals Unveil Vaulturnal Archival Release Series
Grace Potter & The Nocturnals have launched Vaulturnal, a new archival release series that will offer fans fully mixed and mastered soundboard recordings of past GPN live performances. The band plans to release an assortment of show each year on CD and as high-quality digital downloads. read more...
Is Stephen Harper's Guns N' Roses performance all part of a conspiracy?
When Prime Minister Stephen Harper took to the keyboard at a Conservative Christmas party Tuesday evening, one might think he would tinkle out a ditty from a Canadian talent. Instead, he celebrated the work of ardent American band Guns N' Roses, turning his back on Canadian content. Should we be perhaps taking his song selection as having a deeper, more sinister meaning? read more...
Harper plays Guns N' Roses song at Conservative Christmas party
Stephen Harper channelled Axl Rose for his musical encore at the annual Conservative Christmas party on Tuesday night. Harper was on keyboards and lead vocals with his new band the Van Cats (as in 24 in French, 24 Sussex), and played the Guns N' Roses tune "Sweet Child O' Mine" to round out the night. read more...
Gregg Allman to return to Allman Brothers-inspired Peach Festival in Scranton this year -- but in what format?
The Allman Brothers-curated Peach Festival at The Pavilion at Montage in Scranton will have a fourth near next August, it was just announced. read more...
 
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