Jake Bugg is a British folk and country singer and songwriter from Nottingham.
Starting his music career in 2011, when he was 17, he played on the BBC Introducing stage at Glastonbury Festival, which led to him singing to Mercury Records. He released his debut self-titled album in 2012, which reached #1 in the UK Albums Chart. He followed with his second album, ‘Shangri La’, in 2013 and a third release, ‘On My One’, in 2016. His latest album, ‘Hearts That Strain’, landed on September 1, 2017.
He has headlined his own shows and tours across the UK, as well as having played festivals such as Belsonic Music Festival, the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury, T in the Park, Splendour, Osheaga and Reading and Leeds.
Jake Bugg has been touring throughout 2018, and has now confirmed another acoustic tour for November. Catch him live by checking out the tour dates and ticket information below on Stereoboard.
No frills or fancy gimmicks, just a great show of pure talent. What a promising star Jake Bugg is at such a young age. With comparisons made to the likes of Dylan and Cash, who knows where Jake will be after a few more years on the road and in the studio. For a 19-year old his songs are fantastically well written and his musicianship is among the best Ive seen. Cool, composed and ready to take on the world. His show tonight consisted of music from both his debut album as well as second offering Shagri La, two excellent records in my opinion. I thoroughly enjoyed hearing the music played live.
GO AND SEE JAKE BUGG!!!! You don't know what you're missing!!! One of the best gigs I've ever been to. This young man is phenomenal live. There is no doubt that he can certainly sing live, absolutely amazing from start to finish. His voice soars on all songs and there is no doubt bigger things will come his way. I enjoyed it so much, I'm looking at what other tour dates he has left!
Unless you've been living on the Moon for the past year or so, chances are you have heard of man of the moment Jake Bugg. He's been busy writing, touring and gigging across Europe and America and this tiny show at London's Queen Of Hoxton is a rare opportunity to see the man in such intimate settings... Huge shows are sure to come his way.
Jake and his band squeeze onto a tiny stage for a set of songs lifted from his early EPs, as well as material from his acclaimed self-titled debut full length. Comparisons to Dylan and Cash are overheard from the crowd as Jake's voice shines through Someone Told Me, Seen It All, Trouble Town, Taste It and Lightning Bolt, silencing the entire venue.
Some say he's the saviour of rock n roll... From tonight's performance, he best get used to such bold statements.