Tammy Whiting began her singing career singing in Spanish in the quaint international community of San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, Mexico. While she was studying art and Spanish for her undergraduate degree, some fellow students heard the soulful quality of her voice, and invited her to sing with their group. She toured with the group throughout Mexico before returning to Phoenix the following year. She led a jazz group in the region for the next several years. With her move to Nashville in the '90's, she started writing songs, and after meeting Jamey Whiting began a collaboration that culminated in their unique style of writing and performing jazz.
Jamey Whiting has performed and recorded with BB King, Clarence Gatemouth Brown, The Drifters, The Box Tops, Rufus Thomas, Lou Rawls, Ray Stevens, Dobie Gray, The Ink Spots, and with his own groups, The Big Dawgs and The Jamey Whiting Band. As a member of The Big Dawgs, he was signed to Swiss blues label Brambus Records, and toured Switzerland and Northern Italy in support of the album the group recorded for that label. With his group, The Jamey Whiting Band, he played a number of jazz and blues festivals, including the W.C. Handy festivals in Henderson, KY and Muscle Shoals, AL, The Gulf Coast Blues Festival, and the Americaen Festival in Caen, France, which included a tour of the Normandy coast. During this period, Jamey developed his impressive piano style.