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Robert Watson / Press

“I want to take my fans on a musical journey where we all become one. Music should be enjoyed by everybody. I don’t care what color they are whether they are black, white, brown, yellow, purple or green. Music is music.”

"Robert Watson continues making great music, his “She Went Home To Be With The Angels In Heaven” was directed by his mother Nellie Watson. Watson is playing a Fender Strat through a Fulltone MDV-2 pedal and a small Kustom amp. Please support Robert Watson by visiting his sites, Purchasing his music and most of all spread the word. Watson was the very first entertainer I interviewed and I can’t thank him enough for that, he puts his heart and soul into his music. Watson is from Ohio."

“I’m a rock player. I don’t care if people call me a jazz musician, an r&b musician, a funk musician, or anything. I just play music. I let the guitar do the talking for me.”

““My message for women would be staying true to who they are. Don’t try to pretend something that you are not. People will like you for who you really are."”

“What do I do to relax is doing yoga, taking walks, and listening to old school jazz such as Eddie Harris, Miles Davis, John Coltrane, Herb Alpert, Norman Connors, and Grover Washington, Jr?”

"I'm very excited to be on the "Reverbnation" music chart."

"I've been interested in music ever since I was a kid."

“I became interested in creating psychedelic-experimental rock music because I felt there was something missing in today's music that didn't have the depth or the soul.”