In support of that record, she'll also embark on a solo tour, sans the Nocturnals, the group that has been the singer's backing band for more than a decade.
The solo dates listed on her newly redesigned website, which appears to have been stripped of any mention of the Nocturnals, include Grand Point North, the Burlington festival Potter and the Nocturnals founded in 2011.
In 2005 they signed for Hollywood Records; they have published four studio albums, encompassing rock subgenres such as blues rock, folk rock, hard rock, and alternative rock.
Their third, self-titled album (2010) has been a major commercial success, topping i Tunes charts and receiving international attention.
“Any time you write a song, you kind of know what you want from it. I know I like to write thinking about my band and my band's situation.
Potter also had a hit duet with Kenny Chesney, "You and Tequila," and in 2015 released a solo album, Grace Potter was born on June 20, 1983, in Waitsfield, Vermont.
CONCERT REVIEW: Robert Plant Dips Into Led Zeppelin Catalog at Shrine Show In 2005, Grace Potter & the Nocturnals signed with Hollywood Records and went on to release four albums as well as tour with the likes of The Allman Brothers, Robert Plant and Dave Matthews Band.
Potter received a Grammy nomination in 2012 for her duet with Kenny Chesney on the song "You and Tequila." That same year, the band's ballad "Stars" cracked the Billboard Hot 100.
It's just like being married, except you're married to more than one person!
”Born on June 20, 1983, in Waitsfield, Vermont, Grace Potter became the lead singer of the Nocturnals while attending St. The band self-released two albums before signing with Hollywood Records, and had three full-length studio albums with the label by 2012.