A two piece group, Sessions consists of an acoustic guitar and female vocalist, who play beautifully stripped back arrangements of a wide variety of music, ranging from soft ballads, to more high energy pop and rock songs.


Sessions are an acoustic cover show comprised of two talented young musicians from Sydney’s west, who play a diverse range of music, from soft ballads, to classic pub tracks.
Guitarist Brett Dengate and vocalist Meredith Erica Jane began playing together in mid 2012, whilst undertaking a diploma course in contemporary composition and performance.
Having played music in a variety of different settings for over 10 years individually, the two found no difficulty in creating a distinctive sound, which draws influence from all genres of music. Brett and Meredith sync together in such a way that audiences are immediately captivated.
Sessions are currently booking for 2013 and are available for any weddings, parties, functions pubs, clubs, cafes and restaurants and if notified will happily add extra songs requested by the booker.


  • The Special Two – Missy Higgins
  • No woman No cry – Bob Marley 

  • Already Gone - Kelly Clarkson
  • Battle Scars – Guy Sebastian
  • Price Tag
 - Jessie J
  • Someone Like You - Adele

  • The Only Exception - Paramore

  • What Do You Want From Me
- Adam Lambert
  • No One - Alicia Keys
  • Valerie – Amy Winehouse
  • The Way You Make Me Feel – Michael Jackson
  • Santeria - Sublime
  • Isn’t She Lovely – Stevie Wonder
  • We Found Love - Rihanna
  • I Knew You Were Trouble– Taylor Swift
  • I’m Yours – Jason Mraz
  • Brother – Matt Corby
  • Part Of Me – Katy Perry
  • Scar – Missy Higgins
  • Breakeven – The Script
  • No Rain – Blind Melon
  • Passenger – Powderfinger
  • Santa Monica – Everclear
  • Could You Be Loved – Bob Marley
  • Steer – Missy Higgins
  • Try – Pink
  • Homesick – The Vines
  • Fix You – Coldplay
  • Fast Car – Tracey Chapman
  • Sunday Morning – Maroon 5
  • *If notified Sessions will happily play songs requested by the booker.

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