Grace Evelyn Potter is an American singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and actress who formed Grace Potter and the Nocturnals in 2002. Potter released her debut solo record Original Soul on 2004 via Grace Potter Music. Potter and her band parted ways in 2015, just before the release of her solo album, Midnight. Her latest album, Daylight, was released in 2019. In 2011, Potter and Higher Ground founded Grand Point North music festival in Burlington, Vermont. The music festival celebrates local acts, promotes area businesses and has attracted national performing artists, including Kenny Chesney, Jackson Browne, The Avett Brothers, Trey Anastasio, Nathaniel Rateliff, The Flaming Lips, Trampled By Turtles, Gov't Mule and more.
|Birth name:||Grace Evelyn Potter|
|Born:||June 20, 1983, Waitsfield, Vermont, U.S.|
|Occupation(s):||Singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, actress|
|Instruments:||Vocals, keyboards, guitar|
|Associated acts:||Grace Potter and the Nocturnals|
|Website:||Grace Potter's Official site|
|Twitter:||Grace Potter's Twitter profile|
|Facebook:||Grace Potter's Facebook profile|
|Youtube:||Grace Potter's Youtube channel|
|IMDb:||Grace Potter's IMDb|
About Grace Potter
Frontwoman of the rock band Grace Potter and the Nocturnals, whose song "Apologies" appeared on shows like Kyle XY and One Tree Hill.
She went to St. Lawrence University for two years until she decided to pursue music full-time.
She plays five instruments, including multiple variations on the piano and organ.
She was born to parents Margaret and Richard Potter. In 2013, she married Matthew Burr.
She was influenced by James Brown.
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