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Jake Bugg, a young talent from England is coming soon to your city for a live concert. His music approach has earned him a listing among the emerging music stars of today. He is a gifted singer, songwriter and live performer. All those who want to see him in a live atmosphere can get their Jake Bugg tickets today.
Born in Nottingham, Jake Bugg started playing the guitar at the age of twelve. By the age of sixteen, he was writing and performing his own songs at local events. Some of his early influences include names like The Everly Brothers, Johnny Cash, Neil Young, Jimi Hendrix, The Beatles and Oasis. His music style includes genres like blues, indie rock, country rock and indie folk.
Other than singing, the artist also plays the harmonica, bass and guitar. In 2011, BBC approached the then seventeen year old Jake and asked him to appear at the Glastonbury Festival. Following that, the artist was immediately offered with a contract deal by Mercury Records. Since then Jake has never got off the limelight.
Many of his amazing songs can be heard on different BBC Radio play lists and several others on radio channels. His self-titled debut album received a stupendous critical reception and debuted on prominent spots of charts in many countries like the UK, Ireland, Scotland, Austria, France and others. The tracks from the album have been praised by both music fans as well as critics. Some of these include are “Lightning Bolt,” “Broken,” “Two Fingers” and “Trouble Town.” A critic from BBC stated that, “Things feel less derivative when he softens and just lets his voice and acoustic guitar nakedly affect.” New Musical Express Magazine praised Bugg’s authenticity and stated that, “his small, unremarkable world is about to get a whole lot bigger.”
The album recently received two NME Award nominations for “Best Solo Artist” and “Best Album.” It also earned the artist a Brit Award nomination for “British Breakthrough Act.” The song “Two Fingers” was nominated for an Ivor Novello Award for “Best Song Musically and Lyrically” as well. Other than receiving a Platinum certification in the UK, the record sold millions of copies in multiple countries around the world.
In the past few years, Jake Bugg has made several television appearances on shows like ‘The Graham Norton Show,’ ‘The Tonight Show with Jay Leno,’ ‘Later… with Jools Holland,’ ‘The Ellen DeGeneres Show,’ ‘Late Show with David Letterman,’ ‘Conan’ and ‘Hootenanny.’ The young musician has also been seen performing live at many music festivals such as the Glastonbury Festival, the Splendour Festival and the Evolution Festival.
The nineteen year old singer and songwriter is ruling the hearts of millions of music lovers worldwide. He may be young, but sure has a great sense of maturity in his music. He is confident, charming and sounds exceptionally well on stage. He plays the instrument with grace leaving the crowds delighted. If you have yet not had the chance to see his live act, now is the time to get up and reserve the best seats for the upcoming show.
Some of the notable instruments that Jake mostly carries in his concerts include Gibson Robert Johnson L-1, Yamaha FG700MS, Martin D-18VS and Fender Telecaster. His gigs are said to be the liveliest, energetic and the well-organized ones. According to many fans, Jake Bugg is a natural with no gimmicks, just beautiful lyrics and the guitar. Many previous concert attendees have stated that he sings so well that it seems like they are listening to a CD. All those who want to enjoy and celebrate his debut album in a live atmosphere must secure the best Jake Bugg tickets as soon as possible.