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About Noble Watts

Noble "Thin Man" Watts has been making an incendiary racket on the tenor saxophone since the '50s. His contributions to the juke-joint dance circuit weaved a combustible web between rock, Jump Blues and jazz with the tracks "Hard Times" and "Jookin'." Watts also added horn work for people like Chuck Berry and Jerry Lee Lewis. Still playing (although out of the spotlight) throughout most of the '60s and '70s, Watts was brought back into the recording arena in 1987 with Return Of The Thin Man and has continued to record.

Listen toNoble Wattson Rhapsody

Noble "Thin Man" Watts has been making an incendiary racket on the tenor saxophone since the '50s. His contributions to the juke-joint dance circuit weaved a combustible web between rock, Jump Blues and jazz with the tracks "Hard Times" and "Jookin'." Watts also added horn work for people like Chuck Berry and Jerry Lee Lewis. Still playing (although out of the spotlight) throughout most of the '60s and '70s, Watts was brought back into the recording arena in 1987 with Return Of The Thin Man and has continued to record.

About Noble Watts

Noble "Thin Man" Watts has been making an incendiary racket on the tenor saxophone since the '50s. His contributions to the juke-joint dance circuit weaved a combustible web between rock, Jump Blues and jazz with the tracks "Hard Times" and "Jookin'." Watts also added horn work for people like Chuck Berry and Jerry Lee Lewis. Still playing (although out of the spotlight) throughout most of the '60s and '70s, Watts was brought back into the recording arena in 1987 with Return Of The Thin Man and has continued to record.

About Noble Watts

Noble "Thin Man" Watts has been making an incendiary racket on the tenor saxophone since the '50s. His contributions to the juke-joint dance circuit weaved a combustible web between rock, Jump Blues and jazz with the tracks "Hard Times" and "Jookin'." Watts also added horn work for people like Chuck Berry and Jerry Lee Lewis. Still playing (although out of the spotlight) throughout most of the '60s and '70s, Watts was brought back into the recording arena in 1987 with Return Of The Thin Man and has continued to record.