A collection of photographs and memories of Jeff Buckley.

The Lower East Side coffee-house Sin-é of St. Mark's Place. This was Jeff's favorite place to play his solo sets. He recorded his first EP Jeff Buckley: Live at Sin-é here in July/August 1993

These were shown on the index page of JeffBuckley.com in the weeks prior to the release of Sketches for my Sweetheart the Drunk.

Various images taken at live gigs from around the world.

Go here to check out various images of Jeff's gear including his Telecaster and Amps. You can also see my replica Telecaster named 'MojoPin'.

Welcome to New York City's East Village. One of the most infamous, historical, and culturally and socially diverse neighborhoods in the world

St. Ann's Church of the Holy Trinity located in Brooklyn, NY was the site of the Memorial Service for Jeff Buckley. It was also the home of the Tim Buckley tribute where Jeff met Gary Lucas.

Images of places in New York that were significant to Jeff's history while he lived here. It includes venues and other places he frequented or was known to haunt.

Images of Jeff Buckley's Album Covers, Bootlegs, EPs and Singles

Images of Jeff in various magazines and other types of print media.

Images of the band and people Jeff knew or collaborated with.

A few images of Jeff's place in Memphis and the River that claimed him.

Images from the biography Dream Brother by David Browne.

Images of Jeff's father and folk icon Tim Buckley.

Jeff Buckley Wallpaper


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