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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!
“(Lend Me Your Ears) is filled with excellent and talented players deserving of being discovered. Straight ahead jazz collectors will want this excellent outing!”
– THE LOS ANGELES JAZZ SCENE by Scott Yanow
“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:
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!