Throughout his childhood and young adulthood, contemporary blues musician Chris Whynaught divided his attention between his two great loves, music and baseball. Gaining his initial performance knowledge as a kid in southern gospel choirs and playing in his initial band, Spirit Syndicate at age group 17, Whynaught also performed minor league football and was scouted with the Chicago Cubs as well as the Los Angelos Dodgers. He promises that hearing a Bobby “Blue” Bland melody, “In Poverty,” on the air provided him an epiphany and triggered him to select music over football. Some jobs in rings implemented, playing R&B, jazz, funk and rock and roll music. Whynaught performed in band known as Superior Stuff which resulted in his getting asked to tour with Jimmy Witherspoon’s music group. Witherspoon was an excellent coach to Whynaught and could have a great effect on his long term sound. Ten years later, his music group Tough Times got a record cope with United Performers, which led to several high-profile performances. He’d later on play with Mike Morgan as well as the Crawl. Their 1996 recording Looky Here, offered over 100,000 copies and offered Whynaught using the assets to go out by himself. Noticed Him on the air, Whynaught’s debut single record, pulls from a broad spectral range of his previous experience and displays the impact of several classic blues music artists, including Brook Benton and Bobby Blue Bland — the name of the record refers to as soon as when Whynaught noticed “In Poverty” on the air and devoted his lifestyle to music. Supported by way of a talented band of program musicians called why, Noticed It on the air delivered a assortment of music about love as well as the hard lifestyle that showed a definite R&B impact but continued to be rooted within the blues.