Submitted by: Jan Peters
West Coast Canadian, award-nominated touring group The Jocelyn Pettit Band, bring their Celtic and Canadian folk music to Bellingham for a lively concert at Lovitt Restaurant on Friday, January 26 2018 at 8:00 p.m.
Led by energetic fiddler, stepdancer and singer, Jocelyn Pettit, the band has brought their blazing “New-Trad Celtic” music to audiences worldwide. Pettit has performed on Canadian national television and radio, earned multiple Canadian Folk Music Awards and Western Canadian Music Award nominations, and shared the stage with the likes of Irish supergroup, The Chieftains.
Back from touring this past year through Western Canada, the Pacific Northwest and Europe, the Jocelyn Pettit Band is looking forward to coming to Bellingham for the first time.
With blazing-to-soulful fiddling, Canadian stepdancing, and vocals – backed by piano, guitar, whistle, pipes, and bodhran – this show will be an upbeat and fun evening of music, song, and dance.
The Jocelyn Pettit Band is a group of family and friends, with accompaniment provided by Jocelyn’s mother, Siew Wan Khoo (piano, fiddle), and father, Joel Pettit (bodhran, cajon, vocals), with Erik Musseau (whistles, pipes, vocals) and Colm MacCa?rthaigh (guitar, vocals).
Tickets are $10, available at the door.
For more information, photos, CDs and interviews, contact:
Call Lovitt Restaurant at 360-671-7143 for dinner reservations
Jan Peters for show reservations at 360-820-0486
Or write firstname.lastname@example.org
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