Grace Potter And The Nocturnals

October 17, 2011 by staff 

Grace Potter And The NocturnalsGrace Potter And The Nocturnals, Grace Potter and The Nocturnals organized her Goodnight, Irene Flood Relief benefit concert in Burlington, VT Flynn Theatre on Sunday evening. As previously reported, Vermont Rusty Dewees comic and singer / songwriter Martin Sexton split open tasks.

As reported by The Burlington Free Press, the governor and the U.S. Peter Shumlin Senator Patrick Leahy also both addressed the crowd before the onset of Potter. Potter set including their new original song, in case of flooding, “Mad Mad River,” which debuted last week at another flood benefit concert.

Near the end of her set, Potter Sexton invited a few covers from the Rolling Stones “Wild Horses” and the 20th century classic “Goodnight Irene.” Add a local feel of the series, the benefit was simultaneously on Vermont Public Television.

Finally, yesterday Potter played a benefit flood relief in the third Sugarbush Resort Vermont. The noon show was mostly a solo performance, while drummer Matt Burr Nocturnals sat in a part of the whole.

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