Jacob started writing and recording original indie, folk rock when he was 16, on his father’s eight-track recorder, in a home-made studio in Loveland, Colorado. Growing up in Medford, Wisconsin, at 13 Jacob began taking guitar lessons from his father, after hearing The Beatles “Rubber Soul” album. “Days and nights, and months and years spent dissecting that album.” Coming from a musical family he was introduced to a variety of music from: Stevie Ray Vaughn and Robert Johnson to Chet Baker and Miles Davis. From Sam Cooke and The Everly Brothers to The Zombies, Bob Dylan and The Beatles. Hungsberg admits to trying to squeeze elements of all genres into his own music. He continued writing and recording through high school and into college. He became more and more interested in the recording aspect of music and anxiously interested in the opportunities that the studio presented. In 2010 he recorded a 10 song demo and sent it to producers throughout the country. He came across the ear of Dr. Dog and Man Man producer, Bill Moriarty, who liked the material and agreed to come out to Colorado and record a week’s worth of music with him. Hungsberg also enlisted the help of Johnny Hickman producer, Jason Larson. “That was the best learning experience I could have ever had, and completely opened my eyes to other wonderful things you can do in the studio.” Hungsberg took that experience and went right back into the studio and recorded his debut EP, “My Future Win”. Written and recorded at a personal recording space in Loveland, Colorado and mastered with multi-Grammy award winning engineer David Glasser at Air Show Mastering. Hungsberg hopes that the EP gives listeners a fresh perspective and settles in your gut, resonating, keeping your ears open for more.