Bailey Tzuke

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Bailey Tzuke
Birth name Bailey Jean Muggleton-Tzuke
Born (1987-06-28) June 28, 1987 (age 31)
Origin England
Genres Pop
Occupation(s) Singer, songwriter
Instruments Vocals
Website Official website

Bailey Tzuke (born Bailey Jean Muggleton-Tzuke on 28 June 1987) is a British singer/songwriter. She is the daughter of the singer/songwriter Judie Tzuke and record producer Paul Muggleton.

Tzuke has toured with and performed backing vocals for her mother for many years. In October 2007, her vocals were featured on the Freemasons track "Uninvited" (a reworking of the 1998 Alanis Morissette hit) which made number 8 in the UK charts and number 4 in the Netherlands.

More recently, Tzuke has since contributed vocals to Rollo Armstrong's new project "All Thieves". She has also been working on her own material, having signed up to the digital distribution company AWAL (Artists Without A Label). She released her debut EP, Strong, in May 2010, followed by another EP, Laid Bare, in October 2010. A live recording, Alive, was released in 2011 via Judie Tzuke's official website.


  • Strong (2010)
  • Laid Bare (2010)
  • Alive (live recording) (2011)
Year Title Chart positions[1] Album
2007 "Uninvited" (Freemasons feat. Bailey Tzuke) 8 4 5 50 Unmixed
2013 "All I Need" (Dimension feat. Bailey Tzuke) - - - - Non-Album Single


  1. ^ "Freemasons feat. Bailey Tzuke - Uninvited - Music charts". Retrieved January 27, 2008.

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