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Drummer WALLY GATOR WATSON, endorser of Sonor, Sabian, Pro-Mark, Remo, Samson Technologies, XL-Protector cases , Rhythm Tech, Factory Metal Percussion, The E-PAD, Grippeddler & Triggerheads.

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Where are you located?
New York City, New York
What is your affiliation to the Jazz World?
Musical Artist, Vocalist, Educator, Clinician, Music Director, Graphic Designer, Radio Broadcaster, Television Broadcaster, Videographer, Author, Editor
Tell us a little about your background...
Drummer/Clinician/ TV Producer/ Record Producer, born in NYC. Member of the Lionel Hampton Orchestra since 1990, the Cab Calloway orchestra since 2000. Former musical affiliations are, Whitney Houston, Ashford And Simpson, Wilson Pickett, Benny E. King, The Count Basie and Duke Ellington Orchestras, to name a few.
Producer and host of the Groove Master's Show on BCAT-TV. Every Saturday at 5PM Eastern time, on Time Warner channel 34 and Cablevision channel 67, RCN 82, Verizon 42 and On the internet at www.bcat.tv, channel 1. For more information and to schedule a possible appearence on the show, go to www.groovemasterstv.ning.com

Hobbies are flying aircraft (fixed wing), Dog training,
Website: www.wally-gator-watson.com
Endorser of SONOR Drums, SABIAN Cymbals, PRO-MARK Sticks, SAMSON Audio, REMO Drumheads,
XL Protector drum cases, RHYTHM Tech, Trigger Heads drum triggers, & the E-Pad practice pads.
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Via an email
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Drums
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http://www.wally-gator-watson.com
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AN INVITATION TO YOU ALL

I want to invite all of you to tune into my TV show The Groove Masters, which is viewable all over the world on the internet at www.bcat.tv. From that page click on the bcat tab and go to channel 3 on Aug.23rd at 730 pm New York Time.
I hope to see you there!
Gator

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The Watering h***

Posted on August 6, 2008 at 11:54am 0 Comments

It's a place where all gather, a place of peace. A place where old faces can a new, a place to find me and for me to find you. Thank you for creating this watering h*** where we in the music community can become WHOLE.
God bless you all, and keep music live and alive.
Wally Gator Watson

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At 7:56am on September 4, 2010, Vaughnette Bigford said…
so sorry to hear about your loss.
At 11:52pm on January 22, 2010, Jimmy Ford said…
Wally! I'm so sorry man, I haven't been on here for a minute, Happy New Year Bro! Hope all is well with you, please stay in touch.
Jimmy
At 2:48pm on October 27, 2009, Bruce Royal said…
Hello Wally Gator!!! How have you been other than busy? I'm doin' fine, just tryin' to stay busy. I just did a show with Maurice Hines and the Harlem Heyday Troop early October for the Ritz Theatre's 10th Anniversary Rent party in J-ville, Fla, and it was a blast!! it's fun hittin' with a big band again swingin'. Send a line when you can. One Love.
At 4:16am on April 21, 2009, Wally Gator Watson said…
Jim, If you're going to be in NYC, let me know in advance and I will try to schedule you for a taping of the Groove Master's TV show to talk about you, your product, and your future plans. My number is 917 915-5758
At 9:18pm on April 19, 2009, Jimmy Ford said…
Hey there Wally G, all is well, working my tail end off, look for us at Sam Ash store in NYC, or ask for Ford drums, it's starting to happen, hope you're doin well.
At 6:52am on April 3, 2009, Dennis Heaven said…
Hi, we have never met but maybe one day..
At 11:31am on August 10, 2008, Jobinho Minas said…
Hi Wally,
many thanks for your nice comments and that you have accepted my invitation.
I wish you all the best and success.
Musical greetings from Berlin
Jobinho Minas
At 4:56pm on August 9, 2008, Ray Blue said…
Hey Wally Gator, bad cat... wonderful to hear from you. Swing is....

Ray
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At 7:21pm on August 5, 2008, Chele Cobham said…
Wally, it's Michele. How ya doin? Glad to see you on here. Hope all is well.

chele
At 9:04am on August 4, 2008, Luiz Santos said…
Thanks Wally,
I appreciate it!
All the best to you.
Peace, Luiz
Luizsantosmusic.com
 
 
 

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