Across five albums as the leader of Grace Potter and the Nocturnals, the Vermont-bred singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Grace Potter has earned plenty of name recognition. Enter Midnight, her first solo album. Potter and the Nocturnals broke through with their 2010 self-titled album, which debuted at No. 19 on the Billboard 200. People like Kenny Chesney started taking notice of Potter and enlisting her for their own songs — in this case, Chesney’s Grammy-nominated “You and Tequila” and, later, “El Cerrito Place” and this year’s hit “Wild Child”. Even if Potter isn’t naturally a country singer (and she isn’t), country fans have taken a liking to her, widening her fan base and demanding this moment, her solo debut.