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Vocal Stylist, Actress and Percussionist
Jazz, Classical, World Beat, Funk, Contemporary and Ballroom Swing
Kitt Potter is a gifted vocal stylist, actress, percussionist, and lyricist. This incredible lead vocalist has wowed the dance crowds at the hottest clubs from the World Trade Centerâ??s Windows of the World, The Rainbow Room, The Metropolitan Club, and the luminous Ciprianiâ??s in New York City; to Hemmingwayâ??s Sloppy Joeâ??s in Key West to Wave Waikiki in Honolulu. Kittâ??s high profile performances have included three Super Bowl Advertiserâ??s Balls and the NFL Atlanta Falcons Super Bowl XXXIII championship reception; a gala honoring the King and Queen of Sweden, a birthday party for Oscar DeLaRenta, Senator Hillary Clintonâ??s inaugural ball, a star studded birthday party for Julia Roberts, the wedding reception of Crossing Jordonâ??s Jill Hennessy, a gala hosted by Law and Orderâ??s Benjamin Bratt, the Wella Ball during Fashion Week in NYC, and many more. Jazz, Rock and R&B notables that have played with Kitt have included Orville Saunders (The Blackbyrds), the incomparable jazz pianist Mulgrew Miller, saxophone legend Hugh Brodie, percussionist Gerardo Valez (Spyro Gyra), Arno Hecht (Rolling Stones), Buster Poindexter, Roderick Kahn (Buddy Miles), and Bassmaster General Even Steven. She has shared the stage with Lenny Kravitz, Elton John, Stevie Wonder, Earth Wind and Fire, Kool and The Gang, and Tower of Power to name a few. With an incredible contralto to mezzo-soprano vocal range, Kitt has a sterling reputation as a high energy entertainer and brings the hottest selections from classical, broadway show tunes, jazz, funk, world beat, R&B, contemporary, and ballroom swing! Kittâ??s critically acclaimed theater credits include playing the lead role in the hit pop musical â??Sam Cooke: Where You Been Baby?â?? and her very popular living history portrayals of American female heroes. Her stunning 2011 re-enactment of Elizabeth Eckford (50th anniversary of the Little Rock Nine) has been archived in the Smithsonian Institutionâ??s National Museum of African American History and Culture â?? The Memory Pages.

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Member since:
Jan 14 2012
Active over 1 month ago
Level of commitment:
Very Committed
Years playing music:
Gigs played:
Over 100
Tend to practice:
More than 3 times per week
Available to gig:
4-5 nights a week
Most available:


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