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Jake Bugg LP on its way
The acoustic guitars playing lad has also popped the likes of Slide and Taste It onto the record.
It's set to hit shelves come October 15th and we predict fans won't have any trouble spotting the LP in the shops, because rather than being given a complicated title, it has simply been called Jake Bugg, after the singer himself.
When the record comes out, Bugg will be in the midst of a tour, that is set to take in the likes of York, Liverpool. London and Nottingham. On the day the record actually hits shelves he is going to perform in Bristol.
Though Jake Bugg is his first LP, the singer has already released singles such as Lightening Bolt and Trouble Town, as well as an EP called Taste It.
Published by AW. Posted on 14 Aug 2012 12:44 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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