Scott Dibble is an artist with a myriad of talents and even a couple pseudonyms to his credit. During his many years in the music business, he has earned the title of songwriter, singer, guitarist, and even engineer and producer. As the latter two he has worked with popular groups from his Canadian homeland, like Barenaked Ladies. Dibble has also recorded a number of albums, some as solo projects, some as part of a group.
In 1990, Dibble saw the release of his debut album, No Singing at the Dinner Table, under the Risque Disque Records label. He also recorded a number of singles that year, including "I'll Run to You," "If We Turn Out the Lights," and "Paper Walls." All of these first offerings were done under the assumed name of Watertown. The next year, Risque Disque went belly up and Dibble found himself temporarily without a label.
By 1992, he was using Scott Dibble and Watertown, which is on the cover of the album One Phoebe Street. Dibble next worked with bassist, lead guitarist, and percussionist Johnny Douglas, and rhythm guitarist and lead vocalist David Martin in the group Hemingway Corner. The trio completed one album, Under the Big Sky, released in 1995 by the Sony Records label.