Jack’s path into music has been somewhat offbeat. Still in school, he signed his first
professional rugby contract with Munster moving him to the west coast of Ireland to
play with the Ireland U20s team in 6Nations and a Junior World Cup. In the last few
ears of playing the sport injury took its toll and Jack began to write music on a more
Naturally, Jack’s passion for music was too strong and slowly it out
rugby ambitions. Eventually, he came to the decision to follow his hear
t and hang up
his boots to see how far his music could take him.
Jack moved back to his hometown of Bishop's Stortford in Hertfordshire, to focus on
broadening his horizons as an artist and songwriter. He quickly seemed to make a
very suitable impression
into the scene when In September 2018 he released his first
track 'Learn’, solely off his own back.
Within a day ‘Learn’ landed a spot on Spotify's New Music Friday! The release was
immediately followed by a sold
out show at The Troubadour in Earls Court
Shortly after came the release of fan favourite 'Teabags & Cigarettes'.
Jack has since gone on to release piano ballad ‘Shine’ as well as indie
bop ‘I Don’t
Know Much Better’, as well as selling out shows at both London’s Notting Hill Arts
and Camden Assembly. His latest release comes by way of a cover of Foy
Vance’s ‘Shed A Little Light’ in collaboration with Movember UK.
In Jan/ Feb 2020, Jack will be supporting Freya Ridings on here European Tour.