Anaheim Convention Center · Anaheim, CA

Performance Info

Friday, January 22, 2016 - 3:00pm to 3:40pm
NAMM Hilton Stage

Artist Info

Jocelyn
Scofield
Piano/Vocalist
Genre:
Acoustic
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Jocelyn Scofield

Los Angeles
CA

Jocelyn Scofield is an independent singer/songwriter, whose music has been compared to artists Joni Mitchell and Carol King, as well as contemporary artists Regina Spektor, Sara Bareilles, Ingrid Michaelson, and Fiona Apple. Her music has garnered over 24 million plays on YouTube and Spotify. In 2012, Scofield was chosen out of 17,000 singer/songwriters from around the country as a top ten finalist in the Guitar Center Whooznxt Competition.

Scofield has independently recorded and released three albums and dozens of singles.   Jocelyn's latest album, “A Witty Girl,” was produced by Grammy Award winning producer Mitch Dane. This album was funded primarily through sponsorships by her fans. Because of them, she was not only able to hire a stellar produce and record at Sputnik Sound Studio, but recorded it with some of the most talented musicians in Nashville.

Scofield spent five years touring solo across the country, performing in festivals, coffee houses, conferences, concert series and art fairs…as well as warehouses, street corners, book stores, restaurants, and a laundromat (long story).

She was selected to participate in the Johnny Mercer ‘Power of a Song’ workshop in Chicago, the ASCAP Pop Songwriter’s workshop in Nashville with Darrell Brown, and most recently the Lester Sill Songwriter’s Workshop in Los Angeles.

Jocelyn lives in Los Angeles, CA.  She is currently recording new material to release as singles.  Beyond her artist career, she is an active yogi, surfer, teacher, session singer and author.  In November, she will release her first children's book, I Love My Amazing Body.

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