Potter has been on a serious roll ever since the group’s self-titled breakthrough album — her third for Hollywood Records – was released in June.
Some of her loyal followers remember her from her pre Nocturnal, darker haired days and the 2004 solo debut of Original Soul. Potter’s dramatic change from a high school choir girl in Vermont to glamorous blonde rock goddess has also attracted a whole new set of admirers.
As men and women (OK, mostly men) continue their great debate over serious matters such as “Who’s the Sexiest Woman in Rock?”, Potter has been wooing some voters as her tour heads south for the winter before winding up in March with more sellouts in New York, Philadelphia and Washington, D.C.
Ms. Potter can belt it out like Janis, shake it like Tina and rock it out like a heavy Heart.
The encore certainly provided some heat treatment, combining guaranteed show-stoppers with several goodies
At only 27, Ms. Potter has years to make the sex-factor work for her before it becomes a too much to bear (just ask Stevie Nicks). Until then, it’s hard to imagine anyone else with the capacity of flourishing in today’s rock ‘n’ roll world with such style, beauty and Gr ace.