Hello Everyone!

Welcome to my website. Thanks so much for taking the time to check out my music and performance schedule.

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2021 is turning out to be a year of reawakening for our country and for the arts community. I have many plans for the upcoming year, and I hope that you will be a part of my upcoming musical journey!

Musically Yours,

John Lang


(Lend Me Your Ears) is filled with excellent and talented players deserving of being discovered. Straight ahead jazz collectors will want this excellent outing!”


 “John is a gifted and dedicated musician. He is an inspired composer and arranger. He has mastered a variety of styles including jazz, afro-latin, pop and fusion. He would be a great asset to anybody seeking his services.s great bass. Any style, authentic sound and feel!”

– Gregory Jones, bassist, composer, producer

“John is a blast. He’s diligent, professional, and musical — always looking to bring something special to the gig. But John is a great hang as well. He’s the kind guy you want on the tour bus, or in the studio: Simply a fantastic attitude and fun personality. For some, attitude is just icing on the cake. But working with a great player who is a drag just doesn’t promote creativity. John is both a fine musician and a fine fellow, and he’d be an asset to any project.

Frank D. Fagnano Producer/Engineer

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New Concert Video: Hero Worship

Please Check out my latest concert featuring: Joe Magnarelli, Nick Hempton, Tardo Hammer and Phil Stewart!

You can see the whole concert on You Tube:

Hero Worship by John Lang


Latest Studio Recording-Now Ear This

Now Ear This, produced by the legendary bassist John Patitucci and released in 2021, features some of New York’s finest musicians playing 9 John Lang originals and fresh arrangements of Pusherman and 4 on 6. For those of you who prefer your jazz on the funkier side, start here!