J.C. Noticed was an extremely supportive drummer flexible enough to match comfortably into golf swing, bop, and blues configurations. He is at vaudeville shows like a dancer in his youngsters. Heard’s first essential work playing drums was with Teddy Wilson’s big music group in 1939. He later on caused Wilson’s sextet, and with Coleman Hawkins and Benny Carter. Noticed was with Cab Calloway’s Orchestra (1942-1945), documented with best bop music artists, led his very own music group at Cafe Culture (1946-1947), was an associate of Erroll Garner’s Trio (1948), and toured with Jazz on the Philharmonic. During 1953-1957, he spent amount of time in Japan and Australia; he freelanced in NY during 1957-1966 (including using the Coleman Hawkins-Roy Eldridge quintet and in 1961 with Teddy Wilson’s Trio); and, in 1966, J.C. Noticed transferred to Detroit, where he proved helpful being a bandleader and a coach to younger music artists into the middle-’80s.