The 9:30 PM concert celebrated the release of Potter's debut country EP, "Live the Dream."
The evening also featured a guest appearance by Tony-nominated actor Constantine Maroulis.
Rachel Potter Goes Solo at Joe's Pub, With Special Guest Constantine Maroulis
This independent release marks Potter's first collaboration with songwriter and producer Justin York. "It's got real guts," Potter said in a statement about the co-written EP. "We wanted to make a record that joined pop country music with a rock edge - think Carrie Underwood or Taylor Swift with a Paramore twist. It's a risk, but it's exciting."
Song titles on the new EP include "Live the Dream," "Lovestruck," "Just a Show," "Never You Mind," "September Song" and "Hold on to Me."
Concertgoers received a free copy of the recording.
Potter made her Broadway debut as Wednesday Addams in The Addams Family following a tour with Stephen Schwartz's hit musical, Wicked.