Best known for performing alongside her band The Nocturnals, Grace Potter has been gaining huge support across the globe for the past decade thanks to her strength as a vocalist and performer. Critics really enjoy the work of Grace and her band and with his positive press grows a strong fanbase of the curious and the loyal. It is only this year that Grace finally got around to recording and releasing her solo album ‘Midnight‘ and she has been doing the festival rounds to promote it since.
Performing with a couple of other musicians, it may be strange to imagine Potter without the faithful Nocturnals yet the fans still remain enthusiastic to the likeable lady’s presence onstage. The folk rock and blues sound continue on her solo tracks such as ‘Hot To The Touch’ and ‘Delirious’. She also has the opportunity to rework some of her band’s older singles including ‘Big White Gate’ and ‘Stars’. The musicians tonight come together to jam out a cover of ‘Rocket Man’ by Elton John which is a huge highlight of the show. The mixture of new solo work and old, well worn tracks from The Nocturnals discography goes over fantastically with the audience and they applaud loudly as Grace takes her final bows beaming from ear to ear.