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Vermont based, five-piece configured, modern-day Tina Turner band, Grace Potter and the Nocturnals are coming to Columbia.
Yes that first line is a mouth full, but only because this band has a mouth full of talent. You may be wondering what makes this band so special, so I’ll tell you. On their self-titled album alone, Potter was able to display blues (with “Paris”), reggae (“Goodbye Kiss”), classic rock (“Tiny Light”) and soul (“Low Road”).
Although the bands sound now ranges across the music stratosphere, they originally started out as a deeply rooted rock ‘n’ roll group. The original band members, Potter and Matt Burr, met while students at St. Lawrence University, but didn’t realize their fate at the time. Once the band was started, they toured in the U.S. circuit playing as much as 200 shows per year. Talk about practice.
Now they are nationally known. Even if you don’t recognize the name, you probably have at least heard Potter on the radio with Kenny Chesney in the song “You and Tequilla.” It’s a goodie.
The show is on Wednesday, April 25 at The Blue Note. The doors open at 7:30 p.m. and the show starts at 8:30 p.m.
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