Evita's Rachel Potter Will Make Birdland Debut in October
18 Sep 2012
Rachel Potter, who is currently portraying the Mistress in the Broadway revival of Evita, will make her Birdland debut next month.
The singing actress will play the famed jazz venue Oct. 28 at 6 PM. The Cosmo Country Duo, The Vanity Belles, will kick off the night.
Potter will be joined by musicians Miles Aubrey, Matt Hinkley, Joe Brent, Shannon Ford, Ken Dow and Mairi Dorman, with back-up vocals by
Marty Thomas and Jennifer Thigpen.
The evening will showcase all six songs from Potter's debut country EP “Live the Dream" as well as some original tunes and country-flavored covers.
To read a recent interview with Potter, click here.
Potter made her Broadway debut as Wednesday Addams in
The Addams Family following a tour with Stephen Schwartz's hit musical, Wicked.
Birdland is located at 315 West 44th Street. There is a $25 cover charge and a $10 food/drink minimum. For reservations call (212) 581-3080 or visit birdlandjazz.com.
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