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Unknown pleasures

Make your own kind of music

By James Reed
Globe correspondent / May 26, 2005

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Go ahead and tell Grace Potter that she sounds like a young Bonnie Raitt. Or Norah Jones. Or Shelby Lynne. Or even Janis Joplin. She won't flinch because she's used to all this. The one comparison she rarely gets is to Lucinda Williams, and that's what befuddles her. (Full article: 657 words)

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