Jake Bugg

born in 1994 in Nottingham, East Midlands / England, United Kingdom

Jake Bugg

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Jake Bugg

Jake Bugg is a singer songwriter from Clifton, Nottingham. He started playing guitar age 12 and appeared at the Glastonbury Festival 2011 on the BBC Introducing stage when he was 17.[1] His songs have appeared on various BBC Radio play lists and one, "Country Song", has been used in a 2012 Greene King IPA beer advert on UK national TV.[2][3][4][5][6][7][8][9] On 22 May 2012, Jake Bugg appeared on the BBC music programme Later... with Jools Holland. His work is influenced by Bob Dylan, Oasis, The Beatles, Jimi Hendrix and Donovan.[1][10]

Jake Bugg unveiled that his début album will be released on the 15th of October 2012, featuring 14 tracks. [11]



Title Album details
Jake Bugg
  • Released: October 22, 2012[12]
  • Label: Mercury Records
  • Formats: CD, digital download


Year Single Chart positions Album
2012 "Trouble Town" Jake Bugg
"Country Song" 100
"Lightning Bolt" 88
"Taste It" 90
"Two Fingers"


  1. 1.0 1.1 Jake Bugg Interview. Nusic.org.uk (28 August 2011).
  2. The Press - Jake Bugg Fibbers, York (March 30 2012) (Accessed April 2012)
  3. BBC Introducing Tip of the week Jake Bugg (Accessed April 2012)
  4. BBC Music Artists - Jake Bugg (Accessed April 2012)
  5. Music Week:The Business of Music - Out this week Monday March 26, 2012(Accessed April 2012)
  6. Marketing Week.co.uk: News - Greene King IPA Gets Refresh (Accessed April 2012)
  7. NME:Jake Bugg (Accessed April 2012)
  8. BBC Nottingham - People and Places -Nottingham musician receives invite to 'Masterclass' (28 January 2011) (Accessed April 2012)
  9. Mercury Records - Artists: Jake Bugg (Accessed April 2012)
  10. Later with Jools Holland: Episode 6 (Accessed May 2012)
  11. http://www.nme.com/news/jake-bugg/65483
  12. Jake Bugg: Jake Bugg: Amazon.co.uk: Music
  13. ChartArchive - Jake Bugg. ChartStats.
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