Friday, April 21, 2006

Grace Potter on Vanderbilt Ave.

Fresh off her breakout performance at the Jammys, where she sang a badass version of Neil Young's Cortez the Killer with Joe Satriani and Steve Kimock among others, Grace Potter & The Nocturnals officially kicked off the Green Apple festivities at noon today.

By 12:05, I was blown away. By 12:45, I was in love.

The young Vermont seductress and her animated, talented band played an incredible set, blending funky blues riffs with gospel-inspired rock to make everyone at the show wonder why they've never heard of her. She's got an incredible set of pipes (no innuendo necessary), and her musical chops can never be questioned: Hammond B3, piano, acoustic guitar, it's all working for her.





Next time you see her name coming to a venue nigh your hometown, make it your beeswax to get there. You shan't be disppointed.

And here's a quick video of Ms. Potter and her band cookin' with gas on the streets of New York City...

Here's another of the fabulous song bird and her band.

1 Comments:

At 3:07 PM, Blogger paper writing service said...

My mother was also the part of this Vanderbilt Ave, she told me that the Grace Potter & The Nocturnals have performed really well and the audience had enjoyed a lot.

 

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