Anthony Reynard Watson
Anthony Reynard Watson – Americal soul singer, who is best known as a part on the “The Chi-Lites”, during the late 1980s and 90s.
Anthony’s career started in the band “Return Ticket”, in the Central Europe, later on he toured a lot with another group – “Praze”. In 1985, his eponymous album came out as well as such a singers as Solid Love Affair, She Will Never Wait Forever, and Missing You Tonight.
Watson gets acquaintance with a “The Chi-Lites” founder Marshall Thompson, and joined the band somewhere in the late 80s. He would leave the Chi-Lites twice during the nineties, with his predecessor Frank Reed returning in his absence. During his absence, the album “9 days of October” was realized after a return and re-exit, he worked on an album produced by Betty Wright that did not get released, entitled ‘Ain’t No End to the Rainbow’.
He rejoined “The Chi-Lites” in 1998, and then eventually parted the group after Marshall Thompson returned after his being jailed in 2001.