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Grace Potter

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Something That I Want Grace Potter 02:43
Ripple Phil Lesh & Communion, Allen Toussaint, Bill Kreutzmann, David Grisman 05:29
Release Grace Potter 04:32
The Weight Mavis Staples, Joan Osborne, Keb' Mo', Buddy Miller 05:55
Friend Of The Devil Bob Weir, Grace Potter 06:55
Futureland Grace Potter 03:22
Everyday Love Grace Potter 03:01
I'd Rather Go Blind Grace Potter 05:04
Empty Heart Grace Potter 03:15
Shout It Out Grace Potter 05:28

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Initially embraced by jam band fans for her festival-friendly mix of blues and throwback rock & roll, Grace Potter became a mainstream force during the 2010s, a decade that found her cracking the Top 40 not only with her band, Grace Potter and the Nocturnals, but also as a solo act. She was born on June 20, 1983, in Waitsfield, Vermont. After independently releasing the albums Red Shoe Rebel (2002) and Original Soul (2004) as a solo act, she spent a decade focusing on her work with Grace Potter and the Nocturnals. The group's self-titled album peaked at number 19 on the Billboard 200 in 2010, while its 2012 follow-up, The Lion the Beast the Beat, climbed to number 17. The group disbanded in 2015, following Potter's divorce from bandmate Matt Burr, and she resumed her solo career by releasing the pop-influenced Midnight that summer. Midnight charted at number 26 on the Billboard 200 and number 4 on the Top Rock Albums chart. Meanwhile, Potter also teamed up with Kenny Chesney for the duet "Wild Child," which reached Number 1 on the Country Airplay chart that same year. (The two singers had previously collaborated on "You and Tequila," a Top 5 country hit from 2011.) Continuing to focus on her solo career, she released Daylight in 2019 and Mother Road in 2023. Later that year, her decade-old song "Something That I Want" began experiencing a resurgence in popularity, reaching the Shazam charts in multiple countries and Number 12 on the TikTok Billboard Top 50 in America.