Jack Savoretti was born on October 10, 1983. He is the Italian-English performer in style of acoustics, who has begun to play the guitar at 16. He grew in London, then moved to Lugano, the Swiss city near Italy. Travelling across Europe, the child appeared in American School in Switzerland where he has picked up an accent, which he describes as "a transatlantic mutt". The Burn magazine collated his songs to “Simon & Garfunkel”, London “Daily Telegraph” described his playing the guitar as “primary magic”, and some insiders of the musical industry already buzz around, calling him new Bob Dylan.
About Jack Savoretti
At teen age the only thing, which interested Jack, was poetry. His mother bought him a guitar and prompted to try to set his verses to music. Savoretti sang a duet with Shelly Pool in 2005.
“Between The Minds” (2006-2008)
Jack let out the first single in 2006 under the name “Without”. The single got on the 90th place in the UK Singles Charts. His second track, “Dreamers” was not so successful, having got on the 123rd place in the UK Singles Chart. The disk “Between the Minds” was let out 2007, and appeared at number 5 in the UK indie charts.
“Harder Than Easy” (2009-2011)
The second album of Savoretti “Harder Than Easy” left in 2009. He also kicked off a new song under the name “Him & Her” via the website gigwise.com with free downloading in support of a new disk.
“Before The Storm” and “Written in Scars” (2012 - till present)
Savoretti let out the song “Hate & Love” performed with Siena Miller, which followed by “Knock Knock” and “Take Me Home” alongside with the clip. The release of the third album “Before the Storm” took place in 2012 and the fourth disk – “Written in Scars” went out in 2015.