Jocelyn Pettit Band

Jocelyn Pettit Band

 Vancouver, British Columbia, CAN

Jocelyn Pettit is a vibrant Canadian fiddler, stepdancer and singer. She leads her band with original, contemporary, and traditional repertoire, creating a unique style of "Blazing NEW-TRAD Celtic".


West Coast Canadian award-nominated touring musician, Jocelyn Pettit, is a vibrant fiddler, stepdancer, and singer.

With grace and passion, Jocelyn delivers an engaging and uplifting performance of original and traditional music, inspired by the Celtic and folk music cultures of Canada’s Cape Breton and Québec, Ireland, Scotland, Brittany (France), and Galicia (Spain).

With her band, Jocelyn has ignited stages across Canada, the U.S., the U.K., and Europe. She has performed on national television and radio; performed with Irish supergroup, The Chieftains; and earned multiple award nominations, including "World Artist of the Year" and "Young Performer of the Year" at the Canadian Folk Music Awards.

“An incredible fiddle player, who blew away the audience with her expertise.”
- The Celtic Connection, Canada

"A top-notch musician, and major emerging talent."
- FolkWorld Magazine, Germany

"One suspects we’ll be hearing of Pettit for years to come — the next generation of Celtic music is in good hands."
- Strings Magazine, USA


Released: 2015
©2015 Jocelyn Pettit

"An exceptionally enjoyable CD."
- The Living Tradition (UK)

Track listing:
1. Caravan
2. Hamburger Halling
3. 250 to Vigo
4. Curra Road
5. Fiesta Dance
6. Gazaremsan
7. Ruisseaux des Rues
8. The Highway North
9. Shorelines
10. Walk the Road
11. Miller’s Ceilidh
12. Cape Breton Medley
13. Nos Amis

Released: 2010
©2010 Jocelyn Pettit

Track listing:
1. Late For The Feast
2. Early Edition
3. Caledonia
4. Lights On The Horizon
5. Daniel's House
6. Morning Glory
7. Shades Of Mist
8. On The Upside
9. Niel Gow's Lament
10. Keidas Oasis
11. Fiddler's Welcome
12. Eternal Friendship

Set List

Show consists of 2 sets, each approximately 45-50min in duration, featuring original, contemporary, and traditional instrumental and vocal Celtic and World music, complemented by stepdancing. The show can be adapted to any performance or festival stage time limit.