ARIA Award winner Jeff Lang returns to the stage in Warrnambool

Jeff Lang (left) hits the Port Fairy Folk Festival stage with Pierre Benusan, Daniel Champagne and John Butler. 120310LP37 Picture: Leanne Pickett

Jeff Lang (left) hits the Port Fairy Folk Festival stage with Pierre Benusan, Daniel Champagne and John Butler. 120310LP37 Picture: Leanne Pickett

ARIA Award winner Jeff Lang will be well known to south-west audiences through his regular visits to the Port Fairy Folk Festival. 

For the past couple of decades, Lang has been a leading light on the Australian blues and roots scene, racking up the gongs as he built an impressive catalogue of recordings.

Across 10 albums, one compilation, five collaborative records and seven live albums, Lang has gathered a strong following, not only in Australia but also in Japan, where he will be touring in October.

The acclaimed guitarist and singer-songwriter has just released his latest LP I Live In My Head A Lot These Days which has been getting a great response, including four-star reviews from The Australian and The Age. 

The new album sees Lang dabbling in new sounds, including wild percussion, a hurdy gurdy, toy instruments, and a Turkish instrument called a baglama.

Lang will perform at The Loft in Warrnambool tomorrow night.

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