Born in the UK, Jake Kennedy, better known as Jake Bugg has made a name for himself in the indie-rock scene since his debut in 2011. Bugg is a singer, songwriter and a talented musician, able to play the guitar, piano and harmonica.
Bugg began writing and performing his own songs at just 16, and was performing at the Glastonbury “BBC Introducing” stage by 17. The precocious musicians' debut self-titled album debuted at number one in the UK charts, with the smash hit “Two Fingers”. In 2013, Bugg brought out his second album Shangri La which was popularly received. The artists' musical parents raised him on a steady diet of the Beatles and Bob Dylan and his music is influenced by Jimi Hendrix, Johnny Cash and Don McLean.