Small town girl…
Big world dreams…

Jessica Pruneau is a rising Canadian country-folk singer-songwriter. Born and raised in Quebec, she has travelled around the world. Polyglot, she resided in different parts of the globe like Germany, Mexico, Italy, Spain and England. 

Her North American country roots and her international journeys have shaped her unique and fresh folk-traveller style. On stage, she has a natural and very personal way to introduce and perform her songs with her unique sensitivity, sincerity and humour.

Her well-received debut EP 'Love's on Track' was released in September 2016 and her first French radio single ‘Où tu veux’ debuted on French Canadian charts. She was on the Blind Auditions of The Voice (Quebec) in 2015 and has performed in Australia, England, France, Ireland, Spain, Mexico, the Netherlands and the United States as well as in several music festivals in her home province, Quebec. In 2016, the young artist performed at the notorious Capitole de Québec theatre in Québec City and supported Nashville country star Robby Johnson during his Quebec tour in December 2016. In 2017, she supported renown French Canadian artists such as Zachary Richard, Patrick Normand, Vincent Vallières and Luce Dufault. In Septembre 2018, she performed at one of Canada's largest and most notorious country festival ; the St-Tite Western Festival.