While performing her solo work at local cafes and coffee shops in Waitsfield, VT Grace Potter attracted the attention of drummer Matt Burr, who suggested that the two form a band. After the addition of a few more musicians, Grace Potter and the Nocturnals was born in 2002. The band self-releasing a blues-rock album called Nothing But the Water in 2005, and captured the attention of Hollywood Records, who immediately signed the five-piece band. Less than a decade into its career, Grace Potter and the Nocturnals had released six more studio albums, including 2012's The Lion the Beast the Beat, of its infectious folk-leaning, rock and roll blues.
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