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[Recommended] Grace Potter and the Nocturnals, Majestic Theatre, Oct. 13th

Grace Potter and the Noctournals Majestic Theatre, Oct. 13th, 8pm, $15/$17, all ages, more info at trueendeavors.com. If you're at all offended by provocative imagery, don't watch this video below.  It's the song "Paris (Ooh La La)" and it's a raw and smothering, take no prisoners song that is real treat to listen to: Grace Potter and the Noctournals will be putting on a wildly fun show at the Majestic Theatre on Wednesday, Oct.13th.  The band was formed in 2002 and have been paying homage to a variety of blues and rock artists ranging from Janis Joplin to James Brown.  This will be a great show to go see.  Potter has the stage presence to make the show good and they have the musical ability to really play some good songs.  They just released their self-titled album in June and it has been reviewed really positively.  It peaked on the U.S. Billboard at #19 and deservedly so.  The album is definitely one to check out and you should see her this Wednesday at the Majestic Theatre at 115 King Street. Similar Artists:
  1. Tom Petty/Neil Young
  2. Bonnie Raitt
  3. Wilco/Black Angels
Why should you go see this show?
  1. The Majestic is a lively venue for a fun band.
  2. Grace Potter and The Noctournals have been around for a while so they know how to put on a good show.
  3. Their music is an awesome mix of rock and blues and have been associated with The Black Crowes, Dave Matthews Band and T-Bone Burnett.


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