Fiddler, singer, actor, composer, educator Jennie Bice is at home in many musical genres. From frenzied boot-stomping Celtic, east coast, roots and rhythm styles, to world fusion, rock, jazz and blues, Jennie shines on every stage she meets. Bice began playing fiddle at the age of four around the family piano, and never stopped. Currently recording and performing on the west coast of Canada with Roads Unknown, Strong Bow & Wry, Ari Neufeld, Boris Sichon, John Welsh, The Doolins and many others, Jennie also loves taking time out every once in a while to teach workshops at a few of BC’s fantastic music and theatre camps. Bice has a B.A. Honours Degree In Dramatic Arts from the University of Windsor, with a strong background in theatre studies, improvisation, acting, dramaturgy, scenery, lighting, sound tech, costumes, stage management and arts administration over the course of her career in many aspects of the arts.


Theatrical productions include the past ten years as Fairy Nice in Opening Nite Theatre’s yearly Pantomime shows, seven years of acting, directing, technical directing, and musical directing with the Windsor Feminist Theatre, and three years acting with the Port Stanley Summer Theatre, and Leamington Theatre on the Dock. As well as her musical and theatrical interests, Jennie has been involved with many community arts organizations. Past President, and current Treasurer of the Mission Folk Music Festival board of directors, she was also past President for the Mission Arts Council, co-chair for the Mission Children’s Festival for many years, and sat on the Cultural Commission for two terms.


When you embark on a voyage with Prydwen, batten down the hatches as they take off furiously over the waves with Jennie wearing her trademark leather hat……an entertaining, high energy group
Catholine Butler
...delivers a savvy and entirely danceable blend of the best of everything...