Probably the just artist ever sold to get equal love from Brian Eno as well as the Comedy Central television network, comedian/musician/performance artist Reggie Watts combines spoken word, human beatboxing, rapping, and standup comedy for his innovative and unclassifiable material. Becoming beyond your norm began at child years for Reginald Lucien Frank Roger Wattson as he was created in Germany but elevated in Great Falls, MT. He was raised with a have to entertain, with 18 he relocated to Seattle to review jazz in the Cornish University from the Arts. He quickly became involved with many Seattle-based serves including playing keyboards for Wayne Horvitz’s 4+1 Outfit and fronting the groove-oriented Maktub. He started playing single in 2002, initially just placing his tone of voice through loops and delays for musical impact, but being truly a enthusiast of improvisational humor influenced him to include some laughter into his function. Still, his debut record, Simplified, from 2003, centered on much more serious neo-soul and premiered with the Non Linear label. Shifting to Brooklyn in 2004, he installed with comedians Eugene Mirman and Bobby Tisdale and made an appearance within the duo’s forward-thinking range show Request Them Up. In 2006, he gained the Andy Kaufmann Prize for his innovative standup functionality combined with the Seattle Mayor’s Arts Prize. A year afterwards he started collaborating with playwright Tommy Smith on some theater parts, and in 2008, he released the EP Container Cookies. This year 2010 he was asked to try out Brian Eno’s Luminous Festival on the Sydney Opera Home and then produced his proper humor debut using the Comedy Central tv special and Compact disc/DVD launch Why $#!+ Thus Crazy?.