A singer/songwriter whose tunes offer an up to date version from the country-folk archetypes that Bob Dylan and John Prine produced famous, Joe Pug was created and raised in Maryland, and began taking part in acoustic guitar when he is at grade college. Pug created his first music group on the dare from his sixth-grade technology instructor, who didn’t believe Pug and his close friends can pull something jointly in time to seem at a college dance. The guys could actually deliver a presentable edition of the tune in the initial Foo Fighters record, and Pug was on his method; in a short time he began composing songs, convinced young that a true music group should play its original materials. After graduating from senior high school, he journeyed south to NEW YORK to attend university. Pug was learning writing plays, however in period his growing interest for songwriting overwhelmed his curiosity about drama. Pug slipped out of college and relocated to Chicago, where he backed himself being a carpenter while he composed songs and started working his method in to the city’s golf club circuit. He released his debut EP, Country of Heat, by himself label in 2008.