Grammy-nominated musician Larry Goldings has recorded 17 albums as a leader and is heard on scores of albums by artists in virtually every musical genre. Those artists include James Taylor (October Road, One Man Band, Covers), Christina Aguilera (Bionic), Madeleine Peyroux (Careless Love, Bare Bones), John Mayer (Continuum), Norah Jones (Not Too Late), Melody Gardot (My One and Only Thrill), Sia (Some People Have Real Problems, Colour the Small One) and Tracy Chapman (Our Bright Future). He has collaborated on a longterm basis with James Taylor, John Scofield, Jim Hall, Michael Brecker, and Maceo Parker.
In 2007, Goldings was nominated for Best Instrumental Jazz Album of the year for his performance on the live album, Trio Beyond - Saudades (ECM) with John Scofield and Jack DeJohnette.
Golding's music has been recorded by Pat Metheny, Michael Brecker, John Scofield, Sia, Toots Thielemans, Jane Monheit, Gaby Moreno, Jim Hall, Bob Dorough, and Curtis Stigers, among others. In film, Goldings' music can be heard on the soundtracks to "Space Cowboys," "Proof," NBC's "The Office," and the Judd Apatow film, "Funny People." Goldings also is a featured performer in the 2009 Clint Eastwood documentary, "The Dream's on Me," playing original arrangements of several classic Johnny Mercer tunes on piano and Hammond organ. On his latest solo piano release, In My Room, Goldings performs new compositions and explores songs by iconic artists such as Brian Wilson, Joni Mitchell, and the Beatles.