Stephen Dale Petit

Blues, Musical Artist

1969 –


Who is Stephen Dale Petit?

Stephen Dale Petit is an American-born guitarist, singer, songwriter and New Blues musician.

Petit's blues guitar experience started at a young age in California and continued through drug addiction, alcoholism, homelessness, and subsequent recovery. He went from being a performer in the London Underground to giving masterclass University lectures on blues music whilst becoming a well-known stage act.

In 2009 Petit performed with former Bluesbreakers and Rolling Stones guitarist Mick Taylor throughout England. The following year he released his second studio album The Crave.

On 1 December 2010 Petit performed in a benefit show for London's 100 Club which featured special guests Mick Taylor, Ronnie Wood and Chris Barber.

In August 2011 he began recording his next studio album at Blackbird Studio in Nashville, Tennessee with Vance Powell. Stephen Dale Petit The BBC Sessions was released on 5 December 2011.

In June 2012 a vinyl only live album Stephen Dale Petit at High Voltage was released in a limited edition pressing.

Pre-sale orders began in March 2013 for new studio album Cracking The Code which features Petit's new band together with musical guests Dr.

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Apr 19, 1969
  • England
Lived in
  • London

on July 23, 2013


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