Jesse Bright

Jesse has the kind of voice you could listen to all day. His catered set lists include top 40, contemporary and classics that can be easily catered to all crowds. With the addition of his loop pedal, Jesse is able to create the sound of band by looping his guitar and beats, singing the melody of the songs we know and love as well and adding in harmonica lines for an extra flare.

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Jesse Bright is an acoustic singer-songwriter who grew up in the town of Fremantle, Western Australia, known for its rich music and art culture. He began busking on the streets at the age of seven, playing guitar and singing his heart out for the crowds. Through years of dedication, Jesse has built his career on his professionalism, positive attitude and of course high quality performances. Jesse is known for his high level guitar skills and smooth vocals that charm and captivate any audience he appears in front of. His repertoire is easily adaptable to suit any crowd and has performed at countless private functions, weddings, engagements and bars in and around Western Australia. With the addition of his looping station, Jesse is able to create the full sound of a band by incorporating guitar, percussion, vocals and harmonica.

Jesse is also available to be booked as duo or trio with his specialist musician colleagues.

 

3 Am – Matchbox 20
April Sun In Cuba – Dragon
Better Be Home Soon – Crowded House
Blow up the pokies – The Whitlams
Bright side of the road – Van Morrison
Brother – Matt Corby
Brother – Matt Corby
Catch my disease – Ben Harper
Crazy – Gnarles Barkley
Dancing In The Dark – Bruce Springsteen
Dancing in the dark – Bruce Springsteen
Don’t change – INXS
Don’t you think it’s time – Bob Evans
Don’t Dream Its Over – Crowded House
Don’t Let Me Down – The Beatles (John Mayer & Keith Urban Cover)
Drops Of Jupiter – Train
Easy – Lionel Richie
Ever long – Foo Fighters
Fast Car – Tracy Chapman
Flame Trees – Cold Chisel
Free Fallin – Tom Petty (John Mayer Cover)
Friday On My Mind – Easybeats
Girl you’ll be a woman soon – Neil Diamond
Give me love – Ed Sheeran
Give me one reason – Tracy Chapman
Have You Ever Seen The Rain – Credence Clearwater Revival
Here comes the sun – The Beatles
Ho Hey – The Lumineers
House Of The Rising Sun – The Animals
How far we’ve come – Matchbox 20
How to save a life – The Fray
Hungry Heart – Bruce Springsteen
I Will Wait – Mumford & Sons
I’m a mess – Ed Sheeran
If It Makes You Happy – Cheryl Crow
In The Air Tonight – Phil Collins
Jack & Diane – John Cougar Mellencamp
Karma Police – Radiohead
Land Down under – Men at Work
Layla – Eric Clapton (Acoustic version)
Let Her Go – Passenger
Little Lion Man – Mumford and sons
Lonely Boy – black keys
Losing My Religion – R.E.M
Marry Me – Train
Mr Jones – Counting Crows
Mr. Brightside – The Killers
Mr. Jones – Counting Crows
Naive – the kooks
Never Tear Us Apart – INXS
Never tear us apart – INXS
Nothing Compares – Sinead Oconnor
One crowded hour – Augie March
Opportunity – Pete Murray
Pumped Up Kicks – Foster The People
Riptide – Vance Joy
Romeos Tune – Steve Forbert
Save Tonight – Eagle Eye Cherry
Sitting, waiting, wishing – Jack Johnson
Skinny Love – Bon Iver
Smooth – Santana feat. Rob Thomas
So beautiful – Pete Murray
Somebody that I use to know – Gotye
Southern Sun – Boy & Bear
Stitches – Shawn Mendes
Summertime – Thirsty Merc
Sunday Morning – Maroon 5
Take It Easy – The Eagles
Talk Is Cheap – Chet Faker
Taylor – Jack Johnson
Teenage dirt bag – Wheatus
Thinking out loud – Ed Sheeran
Times Like These – Foo Fighters
Tiny Dancer – Elton John
To Her Door – Paul Kelly
Valerie – Amy Winehouse
Wagon Wheel – Darius Rucker
Waiting on the world – John Mayer
Wasn’t expecting that – Jamie Lawson
Where is my Mind – The Pixies
Wicked Game – Chris Isaak
Wish you were here – Pink Floyd
Working class man – Cold Chisel
Yellow – Coldplay
Yellow brick road – Angus and Julia Stone
Zombie – The Cranberries

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