The soon-to-be Mrs. Waterman stated that "I guess it's true, things move fast when you meet the right person" or, you know, when you date a man on national television.
Waterman introduced her to several other blues musicians in the community around Harvard, and Raitt became more and more heavily involved in the music scene.
The stopover was brief; it wasn't long before Cowell joined forces with music producer Pete Waterman and EMI clerk Iain Burton to form Fanfare Records.
She didn't "click" with her date and as it turns out, he knew someone he thought she just might like and introduced her to his friend Joe Waterman.
During her sophomore year of college, Raitt dropped out and moved to Philadelphia with Waterman and several other blues musician.
Waterman was a major promoter in the blues movement at the time, and Raitt had begun dabbling in that style of music.
Apparently, Waterman was the one for Jenn as the couple just announced their engagement.
Her life changed when she met music promoter Dick Waterman at Harvard's radio station.
Waterman is shown in fig.
Waterman Henry H.