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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Matt Burr to Cover Animals at Dark Side of the Bowl Show
Grace Potter & The Nocturnals drummer Matt Burr will bring his Pink Floyd tribute show to the Brooklyn Bowl tomorrow night. The gig???billed as ???Dark Side of the Bowl??????will see Burr and his band put their spin on various tunes by the space rock masters, including a full performance of their 1977 album Animals . read more...
Listen: Grace Potter and Kenny Chesney Collaborate on "Wild Child"
Grace Potter and Kenny Chesney are together again as the duo collaborated on his new track ???Wild Child??? from his latest release, The Big Revival. Potter and Chesney previously worked on ???You and Tequila??? as well as Potter???s own ???Stars,??? which featured Chesney on vocals. read more...
KAABOO Del Mar Festival Confirms Inaugural Lineup
The inaugural KAABOO Del Mar lineup features headlining performances from No Doubt, The Killers and Zac Brown Band. Additional acts include Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals, Counting Crows, The Roots, Spoon, Lettuce, Grace Potter, Michael Franti & Spearhead, Nicki Bluhm & The Gramblers, Dawes, Trombone Shorty, Old 97???s and many more. read more...
MUSIC: No Doubt to top inaugural Kaaboo Del Mar festival bill
The inaugural three-day Kaaboo Del Mar music festival line-up was announced Monday morning and the bill is topped by headlining performances courtesy of SoCal darlings No Doubt, country act Zac Brown Band and Las Vegas rockers the Killers. Held... read more...
 
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