Jeff Lang


Page last updated September 22 2011


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Jeff's Team
Jeff Lang   Email
Management Jordan Verzar, Top Shelf Management Email - Top Shelf Website
Phone: +61 (0) 408 962 319
Sales Gary Minato Email
Webmaster Gary Minato Email - Universal Workshop
Musicians, Artists & Bands
Ani Di Franco
American folk/punk/pop/political poet whose gritty guitar style and unflinching lyrics have influenced countless imitators and inspired thousands. Jeff has opened for Ani on two Australian tours and many USA shows.
The Detonators  
Barry Harvey Drummer for seminal Australian blues band Chain, and has performed live with Jeff in 1998-99.
Leo Kottke American acoustic guitar icon, with a mastery of 12 string and a unique sense of humour.
David Lindley American multi instrumentalist, still way ahead of the curve on the return to fashion of day-glo polyester. Big influence on Jeff's lap steel playing.
Don Walker Brilliant Australian songwriter who has contributed several classics that have become part of the everyday language of Australian popular song during his stint in the band Cold Chisel. Now purveyor of a distinct mixture of swampy blues, rockabilly and bush poetry under his own name. Accompanied Jeff and Angus on the 'live at the basement' DVD.
Last Train Home Americana band from Washington DC, who are good buddies of Jeff's and have called on him to contribute guitar to several songs on record.
Phil Manning Australian master guitarist. The first guy Jeff saw play live in the fabulous pre-war blues styles of Blind Blake and Robert Johnson.
Tarbox Ramblers Wonderfully greasy blues and roots band from Boston.
Richard Thompson British singer/songwriter/guitarist without equal. Jeff has opened for Thompson in the USA.
Loudon Wainwright III American singer/songwriter who Jeff toured with around Australia in 1996.
Chris Whitley American guitarist who joined Jeff for the recording of Dislocation Blues. Jeff first toured with Chirs in Australia in 1999. Distinctive stylist on the National Resonator guitar.
Collard Greens and Gravy Brilliant Melbourne blues trio of Harmonica, guitar and drums.
John Butler Trio Hugely popular in Australia and the US and long time buddies of Jeff's.
Bob Brozman Globe trotting, genre spanning, National toting ball of infectious energy, humour and rhythm. Has toured several times around Australia with Jeff as well as performing with him in the States and Canada, and their collaboration 'Rolling Through This World' won the 2002 ARIA award for Blues and Roots album of the year.
Matt Walker Unique singer/songwriter/guitarist/harmonica player from Melbourne. Often seen in tandem with drummer Ashley Davies.
HATFITZ With their wild frantic interpretations of early delta blues classics and self penned songs in tandem with drumming side kick Itchy they have built a repretation as a hard edged raw blues man comparable to 'RL Burnside T Model Ford and Company'.
Hoy-Hoy Adelaide-based band who are good friends of Jeff's.
Instrument Makers
Churchhill Guitars Jeff has been playing Churchill acoustic guitars for the 15 years and at present he has three 6 strings, a 12 string and a lap steel. The Churchill’s feature on every album he Jeff has made.
Beeton Guitars Beeton Guitars are recognised as Australia's most respected metal body resonator builder, Jeff has been playing them for years.
GHS Jeff uses GHS strings exclusively
Musicians & Music Information Sites    
Music News and Magazines
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Music Newswire
Beat Magazine
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