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Going by the book pays off for Grace Potter

By Joan Anderman
Globe Staff / November 11, 2005

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Grace Potter has just returned from a brisk walk near the Waitsfield, Vt., hippie-style compound -- variously known as Potterville, Hobbitville, and that deserted sign production company up on the hill -- where she was born. A 22-year-old roots-rock singer, songwriter, and keyboardist with an easy laugh and a preternaturally soulful voice, Potter lives there with her parents, her band, ... (Full article: 722 words)

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