Cedric Watson is really a Creole artist from southern Louisiana who has the fiddle and accordion, writes his very own music, and sings them. He produced his full-length single debut in 2008 using the Grammy-nominated record Cedric Watson after building himself a couple of years previous in cooperation using the Pine Leaf Guys and others. Delivered in 1983, Watson was raised in Sealy, Tx and later transferred to Lafayette, Louisiana, where he discovered a musical picture befitting his abilities. He produced his commercial documenting debut in 2004 in the record L’Autre Bord de l’Eau with the Savoy-Michot Cajun Music group. The critically acclaimed record gained the Savoy-Michot Cajun Music group compliment from Offbeat mag, which provided them its award for Greatest Emerging Cajun Music group of 2004. Within the wake of the acclaim, bandleader Wilson Savoy (accordion, fiddle, vocals) and Watson teamed up in a fresh Cajun music group, the Pine Leaf Guys, who produced their record debut in 2006 with La Musique on Arhoolie Information. For this same period, Watson was highlighted on additional albums: Goin’ Right down to Louisiana (2006), a cooperation with Corey Ledet (accordion) on Valcour Information; Allons Boire el Coup (2006), a compilation on Valcour; and Les Amis Creole (2006), a cooperation with Edward Poullard (accordion, fiddle, vocals) and Adam Adams (electric guitar) on Arhoolie Information. The next Pine Leaf Guys record, Blues de Musicien (2007), was nominated for the Grammy Prize. Watson still left the band at this time and embarked on a single career being a Creole musician. He produced his full-length single debut in 2008 using the Grammy-nominated eponymous record Cedric Watson. His second record, the furthermore Grammy-nominated L’Ésprit Créole (2009), features the support music group Bijou Créole. The music group is made up of Mike Chaisson (frottoir), Blake Miller (bass), Chris Stafford (electric guitar), and Jermaine Prejean (drums).