A bluesy, roots rock specialist with a powerful voice, Vermont-born Grace Potter formed Grace Potter & the Nocturnals while studying at St. Lawrence University, and released a debut album under the moniker in 2004 called Original Soul. Word of their electric performances spread, and shortly after their second album, Nothing But the Water, came out in 2005, Grace Potter & the Nocturnals signed to Hollywood Records. Their third full-length, This Is Somewhere, hit shelves in August 2007, followed in 2010 by an eponymous fourth outing, and in 2012 by The Lion the Beast the Beat. Potter decided to go solo for her next album, 2015's Midnight. ~ Marisa Brown
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