Jake Bugg

16th June

Between blues, folk and some pop rock, the artist has established himself as a notable figure on the contemporary music scene, continuing to share his music with audiences through authentic and engaging performances all over the world.

Born in Nottingham, England, Jake Bugg was born on 28 February 1994. He grew up in Clifton and found his refuge in music, influenced by his family's musical collection, which ranged from Bob Dylan to Johnny Cash.  

Jake Bugg's career came to a head in 2012, when he released his self-titled debut album, "Jake Bugg", aged just 18. The album reached number 1 in the UK charts in 2012, with well-known tracks such as "Lightning Bolt" and "Two Fingers", and will be re-released in 2022 in a special edition celebrating his 10-year career.

The English artist stands out for his distinctive voice and style that varies between blues, folk, and some pop rock, resulting in several nominations and awards such as a Brit Award nomination in the category of Best British Male Solo Artist in 2014. 

Over the years, Jake Bugg has shown a remarkable musical evolution and capacity for reinvention, continuing to win over fans all over the world.  

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