Hometown: Necochea, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Jeremias Sosa was born in March 1987, his first approach to music was when he was 14 years old, picking up his old grandfather’s spanish guitar.
After this he started studying guitar and music theory for over 14 years, playing different genres, mainly related to rock music.
In 2013 he went to New Zealand for a musical trip, after releasing his first Ep “Extraños Eufemismos”, then he moved to Australia in 2014 and from this time onwards he has been playing/busking/gigging full time. His repertoire goes from classic rock songs from the 70’s to guitar instrumentals mainly rock and flamenco, using his pedals and loops mixing old school with new technology.
Recently Jere won the first prize at Lancelin Busker Fest, in the male senior category.
He has been working with several musicians around, to finish his latest release “Coming Back Home in two footsteps”, mastered by Rob Gran at Poons Head Studio. He launched his album the 22nd of October 2016 at Clancy’s Fremantle.
Kristy Petrides, wrote this article about Jere’s music for the Urban List (Perth), in the article “10 of the best events popping up in Perth this October”
“Anyone who has enjoyed the sunset beach markets in South Fremantle will be familiar with the sounds of Jere Sosa. If you haven’t, we’ll 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 good news is Jere is launching a new album; the bad news is that might mean he doesn’t have time to serenade us at the markets anymore.”