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Suite for Solo Vibraphone - Mvt. I Prelude

Suite for Solo Vibraphone - Mvt. II Peonies and Sunshine

Two As One by Ed Saindon

August Sun — Doc Rando Recital Hall, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Featuring Kyle Bissantz

Secret O' Life — Myron's Cabaret Room, The Smith Center, Las Vegas

"Eclectic" Album launch with Jonathan Karrant

No Time To Die —The Space,

Las Vegas

Katie Marie Jones' cabaret "My Strongest Suit," arranged and Music Directed by James Whiting



Eclectic (2023) — Jonathan Karrant [Virtuoso Music]

Come A Little Closer (2023) — Linda Woodson [Vegas Records]

Christmas Wish (2022) — Jonathan Karrant [Virtuoso Music]

iPad (2022) — The Chainsmokers [Columbia Records]

Rustboro City (2021) — Arcade Bops/Carlos Mata [Independent]

Bubblegum K.K. (2021) — Arcade Bops/Carlos Mata [Independent]

For Pat (2021) — Rick Keller [Saxsonic Music]


Outer Limits (2021) — Rick Keller [Saxsonic Music]

Dolphin Dance (2021) — Rick Keller [Saxsonic Music]

Dexter's Blues (202) — Carlos Mata-Alverez [Independent]

Quaternity (2020) — UNLV Wind Orchestra & Thomas Leslie [Klavier Records]

Reflections at Dusk (2019) — Jennifer Bellor [Innova Records] 

24K Gould (2018) — UNLV Wind Orchestra & Thomas Leslie [Klavier Records]


Concertante: Modern Works for Guitar (2018) — Campbell Ross [Ravello Records]

Fascinatin' Rhythm & Latin Journey IV (2018) — UNLV Jazz Studies [Independent]

The Return (2017) — UNLV Wind Orchestra & Thomas Leslie [Klavier Records]

Pivotal Moment (2016) — David Galea [Independent]

Five Days in Granada (2015) — Bart Stenhouse [Independent]

Hard Mince (2015) — James Whiting [Independent]

Love Me Or Leave Me (2014) — Kelsey Giarola [Independent]

Wood and WIre (2012) — David Galea [Independent]

Burbank (2011) — James Whiting [Independant]


Reviewed by Trent Bryson-Dean

DrumScene Magazine 

August 2015

"I've long enjoyed James' heart-connected pen, and he had it well in hand as he wrote the music for this project...compositions which all display intellectual rigor without losing sight of their target - the heart of the listener."

–  Joe Locke, Jazz Icon, NYC Feb 2015

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