Don Potter is an American musician and producer in Nashville, Tennessee. A longstanding producer for Wynonna Judd, he has become known as "the man who created the Judds' sound".
Potter has been singing, playing guitar, writing songs, and recording and producing music for forty years, and has performed with many notable artists. He played acoustic guitar on the 1971 release of Chuck Mangione's Friends & Love - a Chuck Mangione Concert. Potter previously was a member of the Show Stoppers rock and roll band and the Don Potter and Bat McGrath duo based in Rochester, N.Y.
His website gives emphasis to his ministry as a worship leader in churches, with the style of prophetic worship, seeking to be led by the Holy Spirit in every meeting.
As well as recording numerous CDs of his own music, he has written many articles and a book about worship called Facing the Wall.
Don and his wife Christine currently reside in North Carolina.
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