Grace Potter is an American multi-instrumentalist, singer, songwriter, and actress. Grace Potter is a founder of Grace Potter and the Nocturnals along with drummer Matt Burr and guitarist Scott Tournet.
Moreover, she also founded Grand Point North music festival with Higher Ground in 2011 in Burlington, Vermont.
- Birthday: 20 June 1983 (Age 35)
- Ethnicity: Dutch-English-Irish-German-Scots-Irish
- Nationality: American
- Profession: Singer, Songwriter, Multi-instrumentalist, and Actress
Grace Potter Net Worth and Salary
Grace Potter net worth is estimated at $6,718 that she earned through her gleaming career in music industry.With colossal wealth and generous heart, she has also involved in various social and environmental nonprofit organizations, including the Alzheimer’s Association, KIND, Oceana, Central Park Conservancy & National Resources Defense Council.
- Salary: N/A
- Net Worth: $6,718
Grace Potter Professional Career: Albums and Songs
Formed a band “Grace and the Nocturnals”, Potter has released total six studio albums through her band and solo career. Prior to her music career, she landed some odd jobs including babysitting, dishwashing, house painting, sandwich making as well as general contractor and theater director.
Besides playing with her band, this talented artist has too freed collaborated & solo material with several other top artists, such as Bethany Joy Galeotti, Kenny Chesney & Gregory Douglass. Moreover, she has also been featured on television shows like “Rizzoli & Isles” and “Prep & Landing: Naughty vs. Nice”.
- 2004: Released her debut solo studio album “Original Soul” with Grace Potter Music and Indie911 that includes 13 tracks
- 2005: Grace Potter and the Nocturnals released their debut album “Nothing But the Water” which was followed by their second album “This Is Somewhere” (2007) with Hollywood Records
- 2010: the band dropped their third studio album “Grace Potter and the Nocturnals” that debuted at No. 19 on the Billboard Top 200
- 2012: Dropped their fourth studio album “The Lion the Beast the Beat” that sold 159,000 copies as of mid-2015 and debuted at No. 17 on Billboard Top 200
- 2015: Released her second solo “Midnight” which was produced by her fiancé Eric Valentine
Grace Potter Height, Weight, and Lifestyle
Possesses the name just like her personality, Grace Potter stands with the height of 5 feet 7 inches and weighs 60 kilos. She has curvaceous hourglass body measurements but her body measurements haven’t been revealed.With a big booming voice and striking looks, Potter has hypnotized millions of people who ended up becoming her devoted fan. She has a thick yet curvy body that makes her appear great in any attire. She mostly appears in denim and boots during her quavering performance flipping her blonde hair.
- Height: 5 Feet 6 Inches (1.70 m)
- Body Measurements: N/A
- Plastic Surgery: N/A
- Weight: 60 KG (132 lbs)
Prefer minimum makeup onstage, she loves having dark lips and flawless contour when attending other events. She has dark brown eyes, defined cheekbones, and fair complexion. She keeps her hairstyle basically with bangs and lengthy at back.
During her leisure, Potter enjoys being in a gym where she performs rigid workouts while enjoying her favorite music. She loves being with her family in her home in Vermont, celebrating love and life. She is a vibrant personality who is on for any adventures at any time.
Grace Potter Family: Husband and Children
Grace Potter was married her long-time boyfriend and band-mate, Matt Burr, on 11 May 2013. Their love story started since their University days, around 2002, while Potter was a fresher in the St. Lawrence whereas Matt was a senior.
However, the couple divorced later while Potter is currently engaged with record producer Eric Valentine. Together with Valentine, she has given birth to her first child, son Sagan Potter Valentine in January 2018.
Born in Waitsfield, Vermont, Potter is the daughter of Richard Lynn Porter and his wife, Margaret. She holds an American nationality. She is of Dutch, English, Irish, German, and Scots-Irish ancestry.
Her mother was a well-known piano teacher of her hometown whereas her father worked as a carpenter.
- Parents: Richard Lynn Porter and Margaret Potter
- Husband: Matt Burr (2013-?)
- Children: Sagan Potter Valentine
- Marital Status: Divorced
Potter was initially taught by her mother to play the piano when she was six, behind which she started singing in her school choirs and later on cited musical influence including Michael Jackson, Madonna, and Kurt Cobain.
Primarily attending the Harwood Union High School in Vermont, Potter later went to the St. Lawrence University in Saint Lawrence County, New York. In 2004, she graduated with a bachelor degree and made her entry in the professional music career.
During her time in the University in 2002, Matt Burr, a drummer saw Potter performing folk songs in The Java Barn, a student-organized venue. He approached her about forming a musical band and later in the 2003 spring.
He invited Scott Tournet, guitarist followed by Courtright Beard, bassist, hence cementing the dawn limbs of the new band “Grace Potter and the Nocturnals”.
With Courtright ultimately substituted with Bryan Dondero, the group, the band launched their debut collection “Nothing But the Water” in 2004.
Grown up in a musical background, Grace performed in several provincial theater fiestas, starring in few productions such as “Cabaret” and “The Pirates of Penzance”.