Most discovered Catherin Popper's talent while she was with Grace Potter & The Nocturnals. Before that, she played with Ryan Adams. What is she doing now? She's continuing to expand the coolest resume in rock and roll:
Another installment of songs you may not have had the chance to check out yet, delivered right to you. This one from one of our favorite ladies, Grace Potter, all by herself and a piano with a beautiful song called "Timekeeper".
I've written about Grace Potter before. Her music, her shows, her class. Paste Magazine recently did a fantastic photo shoot with her at the historic Tabernacle in Atlanta, GA and you can see those pictures here.
We all expect rock stars to evolve musically AND physically, right? Who hasn't benefited from a good make-over? But Grace Potter might be at the top of the "I Always Had Crazy Talent But Not Capped Teeth and Blonde Hair" list. See what I mean here:
Join The MOOSE and Vootie Productions high in the Tetons for the 7th annual TARGHEE FEST, a tasty blend of rock, blues, folk, reggae and Americana in one of the most unique and stunning settings in the Rockie Mountains July 15-17, 2011.
I generally don't rely on rock stars to teach me life lessons. Except that cocaine can burn holes in your nose and stuff. But Grace Potter may be the exception to that general rule and here is the life lesson:
Grace Potter and The Nocturnals will be in Bozeman at the Emerson on January 20th and if you're counting down the days like we are, here is a video of them rocking New York on The Late Show with David Letterman last night to help pass the time...