Jamie performs regularly around New York City and on tour with artists that include Francis Dunnery, The Syn, The Prigs, Stratospheerius, Anna Rose, John Eichleay, and Redux. In between tours Jamie maintains a busy recording schedule doing sessions for TV and radio advertising, demo and master sessions, TV, and film.  Here is a partial list of artists and producers he has worked with:


 Rob Graves  When Angels Fly  Bass  2000
 Mike MacAllister  Urban Sprawl  Bass, Synth Bass  2002
 James Towlson  So They Say  Bass  2003
 These Thieves  These Thieves  Bass  2004
 Laura Distasi  Winters Never Quit  Bass, Upright Bass  2005
 Amber Rhodes  Goodbye Yesterday  Bass, Upright Bass  2006
 Lio  Tauro  Bass   2006
 Mark DeRose  Tales from the Sandcastle Kingdom  Bass, Upright Bass  2007
 Margarita  Tragedy  Bass  2007
 Uli & The Gringos  Metropolis  Bass, Guitar, Synth Bass  2008
 John Eichleay  John Eichleay  Bass  2008
 Charley Paige  EP  Bass  2008
 Stefani Scovolo  Ordinary Day  Bass  2009
 The Prigs  Bridge Fresh EP  Bass, Arranging, Vocals  2009
 Dirty Lil' Cowboys  EP  Bass, Overdub Engineer, Editing  2009
 Anna Rose  EP  Bass, Arranging  2009
 Francis Dunnery  There's a Whole New World Out There  Bass  2010
 Francis Dunnery  Louder Than Usual: T.B.H. Live in Seattle DVD  Bass  2010
 Anna Rose  Nomad  Bass, Arranging  2010
  Vortex Music  Rock In The Vortex  Bass  2010
 John Eichleay  Pigeon Vision  Bass  2011
 Gina Catalino  The Morning Shows Up Again  Bass, Upright Bass  2011
 Stratospheerius  One Foot In The Next World  Bass, Vocals  2012
 Anna Rose  Behold a Pale Horse  Bass, Arranging  2013
 The Syn  Live Rosfest  Bass  2014
 David Baron  Heartbeat  Bass, additional engineering  2014
 The Prigs  Worldwide  Bass  2014
 Pi Jacobs  Hi-Rise Ranch  Bass  2015
 Dan Emino  Working Day  Bass   2015
  The Dan Band  The Wedding Album  Bass  2015
 Francis Dunnery  Vampires  Bass  2016
 Anna Rose  Strays In The Cut  Bass  2016
 The Prigs  Immortality  Bass  2016

Jamie endorses Laney Amplification.

Photo by Megan Bishop
"...[Jamie Bishop] has established himself as one of the best musicians on the New York session circuit."
                                         -Francis Dunnery

"...Session musician of the future."
                                         -Alan Menken, Grammy and Oscar-                                             winning composer

"Bassist Jamie Bishop and drummer Jordan Perlson are the ideal sort of rhythm team for a group like this, deep in the pocket yet flexible enough to bend with MacAllister's flow. Bishop in particular is an iron-clad asset, burbling infectiously on "The Skool" and continuing his excellent vibes throughout the disc."
                                          -Todd S. Jenkins,                                                           AllAboutJazz.com review of The                                              Mike MacAllister Group's Urban                                                Sprawl

"...and the band bulled through a take of New Material that crackled with electricity and featured spine pounding bass from the Bishop himself!"

                                          -Progsheet review of                                                        Stratospheerius