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Grace Potter And The Nocturnals

Year: 2008

Runtime: 01:15:34

Grace Potter & the Nocturnals grew from the roots of rock & roll in what some might call the old-fashioned way. Their sound? They're a neoclassic rock & roll band possessing bona fide chops, a natural sense of dynamics and a palate containing all the useful colors, and these qualities allow them to stretch out onstage, to riveting effect. Perhaps their greatest asset is the ability to transcend genres, never content to settle into one predefined sound. GPN were once the up-and-coming darlings of the modern jazz and blues scene, receiving incessant comparisons to Norah Jones and Lucinda Williams. Yet their magnetic live shows and dedication to the road earned the band a warm welcoming from the jam-band community, leading to two nominations at the 2006 Jammys. At the same time, their acclaimed album This is Somewhere is a testament to the bands true roots pure rock music.

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