BIOGRAPHY

Guitarist and producer Jeff Fielder is renowned throughout the Pacific Northwest and beyond for his exceptional guitar work, most notably with Mark Lanegan, Amy Ray, Stone Gossard, Duff McKagan, Sera Cahoone and the Indigo Girls.

  Jeff Fielder has been working as a professional musician for 25 years. Working for the last 10 as a touring guitarist for a number of national and global acts. These include being the guitarist and musical director for Mark Lanegan (Screaming Trees, Queens Of The Stone Age) for 10 years, and the guitarist and co-producer for Amy Ray (Indigo Girls) for 8 years. Jeff most recently landed a touring guitar slot with Indigo Girls for the now postponed summer tour.  

    Jeff has been the Musical Director for countless events big and small over the years including at the Royal Room, the EMP, The Triple Door and more, and have more recently gotten into record producing and film score, including contributing intro music for the Seattle Seahawks.

    He was also often an integral part of Paul Allan’s band collective the Under thinkers. Trading guitar leads with Paul and very special guests, including Joe Walsh, Dave Grohl, Derek Trucks and countless others. 

    Jeff has appeared on Anthony Bourdain's Parts Unknown, performed in Duff McKegan's (Guns and Roses) bio/concert film "It's So Easy" (Netflix). And last year recorded with legendary producer Eddie Kramer. 

  In Seattle, He has worked with local treasures like Sera Cahoone, Ian Moore, and Wayne Horvitz, as well as recently with Stone Gossard of Pearl Jam, collaborating on some recordings of the music of the late great Shawn Smith. 

  With the changing business and culture landscapes ahead, Jeff Fielder is sure to be at the forefront of whatever the new music world holds in store.