Sabas Whittaker is a former merchant marine, law enforcement investigator and mental health worker, turned author, composer, recording artist, producer, lyricist, poet, painter, bilingual stage and screen playwright.

The Songbook of Life


Welcome to my Music Page!

What type of music do you like the most (to compose or play)?

World music. Unique jazz, rhythm, and blues sound, with a global rock, ballad fusion, and contemporary classics.

When did you start to play?

About 30 years ago

Do you have new music coming out?

Yes. I’m currently working on a collection of original jazz, RnB, and country-rock music. I believe I might already have enough original compositions to put together a new album. I’m also working on an anti-violence, anti-bullying, pro-peace embracing, and love inspiring modern opera, Kaleidoscope’s (Scopies) Journey. I will be writing new songs for such; however, I’d also inject some of my previously written original material. The synopsis has been completed, and I’m now working on completing the libretto. Currently searching for a composer, arranger producer, with whom to collaborate and finalize to this project into production.

What was your first composition?

A romantic, bilingual ballad, titled Solo Mi Corazón. The song got me airplay, nationally and internationally. It also got me a foothold into joining The American Society of Composers and Publishers, (ASCAP.) Solo Mi Corazon, however, was also the name of the album. Pretty cool tune.

What instrument you like the most?

Guitar and piano\keyboards

What inspires your music?

Everything that is art… all that is life. The art of living well. I use music and art as therapy first for myself and in my daily living. Often applied it daily throughout my previous career as a mental health worker.


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