Meet VH1′s New You Oughta Know Artist: Grace Potter & The Nocturnals


You might already know VH1′s latest You Oughta Know act, Grace Potter & the Nocturnals. The band’s new album hit #6 on iTunes’ most downloaded list. They’ve appeared on Ellen and Jay Leno. Their songs have been featured on ER and Grey’s Anatomy. They performed on Tim Burton‘s Alice in Wonderland soundtrack. And VH1 just announced that they’re part of this year’s VH1 Divas Salute the Troops lineup with Katy Perry and Nicki Minaj. So why all the hoopla?

For starters, the Vermont-based quartet has attracted a loyal fan base by releasing three well-reviewed albums since forming in 2002 and paying some serious dues on the tour circuit (up to 200 gigs a year). But of course Grace Potter’s sound is the main draw. It recalls the soulful side of 70′s rock, and we’re guessing that some fans are latching onto it partially as an alternative to the prevalence of auto-tune. It also doesn’t hurt that frontwoman Grace Potter has a powerful bluesy voice and happens to be more than a little attractive.

Speaking of attractive, we caught up with Grace at Austin City Limits music fest last month and she posed for some pics. Click the jump to see.



[Photo: Matt Muro for VH1]

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  1. Shannon Keegan says:

    I think Grace and the band are great… She has a great voice and wonderful stage presence! Have to throw this in, love the legs wished mine looked like that again. I hope you come back to Kansas so that I can hopefully finaly see you! Good luck in your success

  2. keith collins says:

    Grace has the gams…for sure!!!!!! keith in hawaii

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