Our Artists

Jere Sosa

Hailing from Buenos Aires, Jere Sosa arrived in WA back in 2014 with a guitar and a head full of rich musical influences.

His approach is founded upon the melodic songwriting of The Beatles and the guitar playing finesse of Carlos Santana, with punk, jazz and Latin feels within the living-breathing mix.

Sosa performs with his band but retains a solid and continuing existence busking as a soloist, utilising a loop station that he adopted upon a trip to New Zealand some six years ago and taking songs to new heights even on his own.

Sosa’s debut album, Coming back home in two footsteps, was recorded by Daniel Brown at Decibel Audio Productions and mastered at Poons Head with Rob Grant. The album features A Taste Of Honey, which won the ‘World’ category at the WAM Song Of The Year Awards in mid-2017. The album itself offers a diversity of Sosa’s musical spirit – many styles, many places, many sounds to revel in.

And many good times indeed.

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Song List

Contemporary Pub Songlist
Here Comes the sun- The Beatles
Layla – Eric Clapton
Don’t Dream it’s over – Crowded House
Better Be home soon – Crowded House
Free Fallin – Tom Petty
Everybody wants to rule the world – Tears for Fears
Father and Son-Cat Stevens
Wish you were Here – Pink Floyd
Wild World – Cat Stevens
Road Trippin’ – Red Hot Chilli Peppers
Blackbird- The Beatles
Tears in Heaven – Eric Clapton
All my loving -The Beatles
Hallelujah – Leonard Cohen
Four Seasons in one day- Crowded house
Banana Pancakes – Jack Johnson
High and Dry – Radiohead
Pride and Joy – Stevie Ray Vaughan
Losing my religion – R.E.M.
Kids – M.G.M.T.
Electric Feel – M.G.M.T.
Confidence – Ocean Alley
Vincent (Starry starry night) – Don McLean
Imagine- John Lennon
Wonderwall – Oasis
Don’t look back in anger – Oasis
Strawberry fields forever – The Beatles
Yesterday – The Beatles
All of Me- John Legend
Sound of Silence – Simon and Garfunkel
Thinking out loud – Ed Sheeran
Soul to squeeze – Red Hot Chilli Peppers
The wall part 1 – Pink Floyd
Follow the sun -Xavier Rudd
40 Space Oddity – David Bowie
Hotel California – The eagles – Instrumental version
Better Than – John Buttler Trio
Something – The Beatles
Dont let me down – The Beatles
Jealous Guy – John Lennon
Stand by me – John Lennon
Teardrop – Massive Attack
Big Jet Plane – Angus and Julia Stone
Dreams – Fleetwood mac
Fall at your feet – Crowded House
In my life – The Beatles
Heartbeats – Jose Gonzalez
Learn to Fly – Foo Fighters
Landslide – Fleetwood Mac
Black Magic Woman – Santana
Heart of Gold – Neil Young
The Boxer – Simon and Garfunkel
White Winter Hymnal – Fleet Foxes
Mykonos – Fleet Foxes
Riptide – Vance Joy
Something About us – Daft Punk
My Sweet Lord – George Harrison
And I love her – The Beatles
I will Survive – Cake
Billie Jean – Michael Jackson – Acoustic slowed down version
Clocks – Coldplay
Daydream Believer – The Monkeys
Distant Sun – Crowded House
Fields of Gold – Sting
Gold on the Ceiling – The Black Keys
Lonely Boy – The Black Keys
Reckless – Australian Crawl


Jazz, Latin and Flamenco

 Entre dos Aguas – Paco de Lucia
Misty – Jazz Standard Fingerstyle
Asturias (Flamenco instrumental)
James – Pat Metheny
Days of Wine and roses- JAZZ standard instrumental
Tuyo – Narcos Tv Series Theme
Dos Gardenias – Buena Vista Social Club
Love of my life – Queen (Fingerstyle Instrumental)
Babe I’m gonna leave you (instrumental)- Led Zeppelin
The girl from Ipanema – Frank Sinatra
Blue Bossa -Jazz Standard
Horas – Jorge Drexler
Volver – Carlos Gardel – Tango
Guantanamera –
Lágrimas Negras – Buena Vista Social Club
Classical Gas – Tommy Emmanuelle
Eleanor Rigby – John Pizzarelli – Jazz instrumental
Fragile – Sting – version in Spanish
So danzo Samba – Stan Getz – Bossa Nova
Tarde em Itapoa – Tom Jobim
Sabor a Mi – Bolero
Autumn Leaves – Jazz Standard

Christmas Carols

 Jingle bells rock
Happy Xmas (war is over) – John Lennon & Yoko Ono
Silent Night – Instrumental fingerstyle
Feliz Navidad – Jose Feliciano
Xmas time is here again – The Beatles
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas – Michela Buble
We wish you a Merry Xmas/Minuet mashup – Instrumental 

Testimonials

The World Award to the Fremantle-based Jere Sosa for the very chilled, flamenco-infused Taste of Honey.

The Music

Anyone who has enjoyed the sunset beach markets in South Fremantle will be familiar with the sounds of Jere Sosa. If you haven’t well paint you a picture real quick – you’re sitting on a picnic rug at South Beach, enjoying a delicious gourmet food-truck dinner, sipping on a glass of wine and watching the sunset – all whilst relishing in the sounds of the local live musician, who is playing chilled-out acoustic folk tunes that are making you so darn relaxed and happy you might just have to call in sick on Monday. That’s Jere.

The Urban List - Kristy Petrides

Jere played at our mine site as part of a Spanish Paella night we held for our workers. Jere was very pleasant to deal with and really set the street busker vibe we were going for which paired nicely with our giant market type Spanish paella. He played some awesome Spanish tunes and then even some sing along covers everyone know. The crowd was very pleased!

Lauren, Mine Site