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Music Saves My Soul

I have been on a Grace Potter kick this week. Grace Potter and the Nocturals has been one of my favorite groups for the last several years.

I couldn't decide which songs to share this week, so I picked two. The first is one that makes me want to move and my Jazzercise friends should recognize it. (If it makes you want to dance, come join us in class!) The second song is much slower but shows off her beautiful voice and song writting abilities.

If you have a song you would like to share, link up on Marcea's blog!

Have a great week end!








P.S. If you liked those two, HERE you can see the video for "Paris" which is starting to get some air play and I even heard in a commercial.

Comments

Great songs!! I listened to the first one and the one on You Tube (I need some jammers in the AM)

Have a great day :)
Maria
Pauline said…
Fab songs, that girl can sing!!
Wendy Colledge said…
Great choices Cheryl... my toes curled up with delight ;o)) fab!! and "Paris", gosh, what a sexy song xx
Cass said…
Hi Cheryl....her voice is beautiful. Thanks for sharing.
Emily Leiphart said…
Cheryl, thanks for introducing me to Grace! I love the funk and the street setting for the concert.
Karin said…
She has such a great voice; Love her playing the guitar! Thanks for posting two songs this week!
Karin said…
Ok had to go listen to Ooo la la too...She rocks :)
She is fantastic!!! Realy love this kind of singer/songwriter!!

Thanks, she is on my to downloadlist :)

I have "Adlicius", a candidates of X-factor for you this week!

Groetjes, Renata
Marcea said…
absolutely brilliant songs sweetie, she is so good!xxx
Ren-Yi said…
hehehe - i suspected there are other Gleeks amongst fellow crafters :D thanks for your sweet comment. i really dig this grace potter chick. i think i first heard of her through Grey's Anatomy.

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