Jeff Watts

Jeff Watts

Jeff "Tain" Watts (born 1960) is a jazz drummer who has performed with Wynton Marsalis, Branford Marsalis, Betty Carter, Michael Brecker, and others.

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Jeff Watts - Recognition - Grammy Awards
... Career Wins 6 Career Nominations 15 Jeff "Tain" Watts Grammy History Year Category Title Genre Label Result Notes 1986 Best Jazz Instrumental Performance. 2010 Best Jazz Instrumental Solo Watts Jazz Dark Key (Watts' label) Winner Terence Blanchard for the track "Dancin' 4 Chicken" 2011 Best Jazz Instrumental Album by an Individual or Group Positootly ...

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