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Tabitha and The Clique Sydney’s newest party coverband . Tabitha has one of the BIGGEST voices in the country. You’ve seen her on X Factor Australia, and on stage with leading lights like Jess Mauboy, Timomatic and the Martini Club Sound System. You will LOVE the vibe that this outfit can bring to your venue or event.

Tabitha’s voice is undeniable but it is her immediate and sincere connection with the crowd that makes her performances a standout.

Tabitha and the Clique are available as a full five- eight piece band – switching from dinner to party mode – or in a three-piece groove format for your smaller functions.

Tabitha and The Clique began in 2013 with two great friends Tabitha and Martin sharing a passion for groove, funk and dance coming together to form the ultimate party band with some of their favourite musicians. This is the freshest name to look out for, led by the soulful and fierce Tabitha Ojeah, this band gives you an experience like no other. A highly sought after group who have performed at many functions/events such as The Star- staff parties and VIP guest functions (including Melbourne Cup Day and New Years Eve at the Event Centre, Rock Lily), Manly Sea Eagles Grand Final Team Party and The World Bartender of the Year Awards just to name a few.


Tabitha is a captivating entertainer. A proud Nigerian-Australian woman hailing from a blessed musical family, this pocket rocket has made a name for herself performing regularly as a session singer in the Soul/Funk/Rnb/Dance music scene alongside some of the finest musicians and Djs in Australia. Tabitha made it through to the final round of bootcamp on Xfactor 2012. Currently she is fronting her own band “Tabitha and The Clique” and working as backing vocalist to touring Aria award winning artist, Jessica Mauboy. Tabitha’s powerful stage presence draws you in and will leave you wanting more after every show. A recent review described Tabitha as a woman who “totally surrenders to music in a sensual and disarmingly powerful way.” This really says it all. Keep an eye out for original material from this artist, she has just released a dance track called “The One” available on YouTube and iTunes.


Martin Serra is a self taught multi-instrumentalist with a passion for expressing his love of music in an array of musical styles and genres. Primarily a bass player, Martin is also a session drummer, keyboard player and guitarist. Growing up in a musical family, he picked up his first of many instruments at the tender age of 7 and continued to explore throughout the years. By the age of 16, Martin had already toured the country performing and conducting band workshops with his local Church. It was also at this age that he decided to concentrate on the bass, following in his father’s footsteps. Before moving to Australia, Martin had already begun performing for some of Philippine’s top artists at the age of 18 in the role of MD and made a name for himself as one of the young, up and coming musicians to watch. Once in Sydney, he soon made the right connections and found himself as an in demand session bass player for many of Sydney’s top acts. Today, he continues to perform as a multi-instrumentalist and is known as the guy with the pocket and the groove, played straight from the heart


All I do- Stevie Wonder
At Last- Etta James
Cruisin- D’Angelo
Diamonds- Rihanna
Diggin on You- TLC
Feel like making love- Roberta Flack
Feeling good- Michael Buble
Gorgy Porgy- Toto
Gotta be- Des’ree
Heading in the right direction- Renee Geyer E Major
Hey Mr Dj- Zhane
I can see clearly- Jimmy Cliff
Just the two of us- Bill Withers
Killing me softly- Roberta Flack
Let’s stay together- Al green
Natural Woman- Aretha Franklin
No one- Alicia Keys
Ordinary people- John Legend
Payphone- Maroon 5
Return of the Mac- Mark Morrison
So sick- Neyo
Stand by me- Ben E. King
Sunday Morning- Maroon 5
That’s the way love goes- Janet Jackson
Turn your lights down low- Bob Marley
Waterfalls- TLC
What’s Going On- Marvin Gaye
Wish I didn’t miss you- Angie Stone


Because of you- Neyo
Black and Gold- Sam Sparro
Bootylicious- Destiny’s Child
Can’t take my eyes off you- Lauryn Hill
Could you be loved- Bob Marley
Family Affair- Mary J Blige
Forget you- Ceelo Green
Good Love- Kelly Price
I’m in Love- Evelyn King Champagne
Killing me softly- Lauryn Hill
Lady marmalade- LaBelle
Locked out of Heaven- Bruno Mars
Mercy- Duffy
Price Tag- Jessie J
Red red wine- UB40
Rock with you- Michael Jackson
Rolling in the Deep- Adele
Sexual Healing- Marvin Gaye
Shy Guy- Diana King
Signed Sealed Delivered- Stevie Wonder
Some kind of wonderful- Joss Stone
Son of a Preacher Man- Dusty Springfield
Superstition- Stevie Wonder
Valerie- Amy Winehouse
What have you done for me lately- Janet Jackson
You Rock My World- Michael Jackson


21st Century Life- Sam Sparrow
Ain’t nobody- Chaka Khan
All night long- Lionel Ritchie
American boy- Estelle
Bad girls- Donna Summer
Best of My Love- The Emotions
Blame it on the Boogie- Jackson 5
Carwash- Rose Royce
Closer- Neyo
Crazy in love- Beyonce
Crazy- Gnarls Barkley
December 63- The Four Seasons
Dj got us falling in love- Usher
Do I do- Stevie Wonder
Don’t Mess With My Man- Lucy Pearle
Don’t you worry Child- Swedish House Mafia
Finally- Cece Peniston
I love it- Sneaky Sound System
I wish- Stevie Wonder
If I never see your face again- Maroon 5
Knock on wood- Amii Stewart
Le Freak- Chic
Moves like Jagger- Maroon 5
Never too much- Luther Vandross
Off the Wall- Michael Jackson
Pictures- Sneaky Sound System
Please don’t stop the music- Rihanna
Proud Mary- Tina Turner
Respect- Aretha Franklin
Shackles- Mary Mary
Show me love- Robin S
Teardrops- Womack
The way you make me feel- Michael Jackson
We are family- Pointer Sisters