Sunday, 5 December 2010

Grace Potter

Grace Potter

Decades of Rock N' Roll have not seen Heart's spark dwindle. The duo played their hearts out at the Marine Corps Air Station Miramar for "VH1 Divas salute the Troops" when they performed their breakout song, the 1976 single "Crazy On You". On this occasion, the women got support from relative newcomers Grace Potter & The Nocturnals, with Potter splitting vocal duties with Heart frontwoman Ann Wilson.

Nancy Wilson kicked off the set with a nimble solo that scored excited cheers from the soldiers. The screams reached a fever pitch when the bass line from "Crazy" rattled in the speakers, and the service members went wild. Sporting a long dark coat with a generous silver pendant dangling from her neck, Ann helmed the first verse before strutting down the runway to the center of the crowd for the chorus.

So an exciting display from the veterans of rock, Heart, and a deserving tribute to the troops paid by VH1.

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