GRACE POTTER is a multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, and internationally performing rock musician. With her longtime backing band, The Nocturnals, she has released four studio albums. The fourth and most recent album, The Lion The Beast The Beat, debuted at #17 onBillboard's Top 200 chart and #10 on Billboard's Digital chart. The single "Stars" reached #1 on the iTunes Rock Song chart. Grace Potter's highly anticipated upcoming release, a solo album titled Midnight, is set to come out later in 2015. Of the first single, "Alive Tonight", SPIN says it "sounds every bit as Black Keys as it does Sia, a satisfying halfway point", and that the song "highlights her trademark howly-growly belt." Grace is best known for her hit song "Paris (Ooh La La)." She has opened for Robert Plant, Dave Matthews Band and the Avett Brothers, played numerous festivals, including Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza, Coachella and Rock in Rio, and has collaborated with members of The Black Keys, The Flaming Lips, Kenny Chesney and Gov't Mule.
Grace Potter & The Nocturnals consists of Grace Potter on lead vocals, Matt Burr on drums, Scott Tournett on Guitar/bass, Benny Yurco on bass/guitar. The band has been topping the charts since 2006 with their debut album “Nothing But The Water” and has gained a large following ever since. They have released 3 albums since their debut, including the recent “The Lion The Beast The Beat”. In 2011, Grace teamed up with Kenny Chesney to record the hit single “You and Tequila”.