For the first time at Foundry616, singer and guitarist Jenny Marie Lang and her band bring their magical fusion of crossover blues and jazz tinged rock.
What audiences can expect to experience is the perfect music cocktail. A shot of soul, a splash of jazz, a healthy measure of blues, a twist of alternate country, topped up with a dose of rock energy and served with a ton of passion.
Jenny’s soulful voice soars from rich velvet to powerful gritty heights evoking the honest rawness of India Arie, the warm intricacy of Diana Krall, the soulful outpouring of Aretha Franklin or Eva Cassidy. Her guitar fluency and multi-instrumental talents should also see her listed up there with the greats she draws her influences Bonnie Raitt, Richard Thompson, Ry Cooder.
Jenny is about to follow up her excellent but raw album ‘Not This Time‘ with yet another record. Performing at Byron Bay Bluesfest and sharing stages with Eugene Hideaway Bridges, Jim Conway and Steve Seskin who has co-written a song for her forthcoming album.
Featuring new songs and her own band, tonight we get to witness it in making as she refines her material doing what she loves best – performing.
“Jenny Marie Lang is world class, an all-round musically gifted songstress and talented guitarist, she comfortably floats from a blues slinging guitar woman to soulful diva, always pleasing a crowd.” Brian Lizotte
“If there’s any justice in this World, you’ll be hearing a lot more from this young lady. Absolutely top notch Australian talent.” Doug Mulray – Radio & Television Presenter
The Jenny Marie Lang Band are:
Jenny Marie Lang – Vocals, Guitars & Lap Steel
Bill Risby – Piano
Adam Lang – Bass
Antero Ceschin – Drums/Background Vocals