Jocelyn Scofield is an independent singer, songwriter, and composer. She has garnered over 35 millions plays of her music on Spotify and Youtube. She was one of ten musicians chosen out of 17,000 by Grammy Award winning producer, John Shanks, to participate in the first Guitar Center Whooznxt Competition. Her rendition of “Be My Baby” was featured on the hit Fox TV show, So You Think You Can Dance. Most recently, she scored the popular web series, “Black Girl in a Big Dress.”
Scofield has independently recorded and released three original albums, ten singles, and dozens of cover songs. Her first album, “This Life,” received rave positive reviews from Los Angeles magazines including Indie-Music Magazine. They called her a “true composer … with a voice like a gutsier Fiona Apple.” Scofield’s third album, “A Witty Girl,” was produced by Grammy Award winning producer Mitch Dane. This album was funded primarily through fan sponsorship. This is her most popular albums including the single, Gravity Takes the Lead.
As a composer and producer, Scofield started by producing her own vocals for GM Presents before branching out to produce her own songs. Falls So Slowly, The Humbugs, There is Hope, Might Be Crazy, How it Ends, and Help Me Breathe were all recorded and produced by Scofield. From there she started writing and producing trailer songs. One of her songs was recently heard by Position Music and released on their, “Trailer Ammo: Braaammy Swells 3” album. In 2019, Scofield composed the music for Season 2 of the Webby Award nominated series, “Black Girl in a Big Dress.” Currently, she is shadowing composer, Gabriel Mann (Modern Family, A Million Little Things, High School Musical).
As a songwriter, Jocelyn has co-written songs with Grammy Award winners and hit country songwriters. She was selected for the Johnny Mercer ‘Power of a Song’ workshop in Chicago with David Zippel (Mulan, Hercules) and the ASCAP Pop Songwriter’s workshop in Nashville with Darrell Brown (LeAnn Rimes, Keith Urban). Scofield was one of fourteen songwriters around the country to be selected to attend the Lester Sill Songwriter’s Workshop in Los Angeles with Greg Wells (Katy Perry, Adele). She has composed songs for and stage shows including, “The Oreo Experience.”
As a singer, Scofield is actively involved in the Los Angeles singing community. She is a member of SAG/Aftra and sung on Fox’s White Hot Holidays Special, the People’s Choice Awards, The Grammys, American Horror Story, The Ellen Show, the score of Suicide Squad, the score of Wonder Park, The Carpenter’s Christmas Album, and Herb Alpert’s Christmas album. She has performed with wil.i.am, John Legend, Patti LaBelle, Billie Eilish, and Mary J. Blige, Echo Society, Women Who Score, and Sunnyland’s DesertX. Most recently, she backed up four-time Grammy winner, Billie Eilish, on the 2020 Grammy Awards.
Scofield is incredibly thankful for her fans, friends, and family and credits them for supporting her though the years as she continues to create music. If you would like to connect, visit her on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or Youtube.