Bunny Sigler

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Bunny Sigler
Born (1941-03-27) March 27, 1941 (age 75)
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Genres Soul, R&B, pop, Northern soul
Labels Parkway, Gold Mind, Philadelphia International, Curtom

Walter "Bunny" Sigler (born March 27, 1941 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) is a pop and R&B songwriter and record producer who has done extensive work with the team of Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff,[1] and who was instrumental in creating the "Philly Sound" in the early 1970s. He is nicknamed "Mr. Emotion."[citation needed]

Sigler has worked with most of the artists associated with the Philadelphia stable including The O'Jays, The Roots, Jackie Moore, Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes, Barbara Mason, Billy Paul, Lou Rawls, Patti LaBelle and Stephanie Mills. He also co-wrote "The Ruler's Back", the opening song on the album The Blueprint by Jay-Z.

Originally a performer, Sigler first recorded for the V-Tone Records label in 1959. He has also recorded for the Decca, Parkway, Gamble, Philadelphia International and Gold Mind labels. Gold Mind, headed by Philly guitarist/writer/producer/arranger Norman Harris was a subsidiary of Salsoul Records. In 1967, he had a hit record on Parkway: a cover of "Let the Good Times Roll/Feel So Good," which peaked at #22 in August. He also appeared on "Soul Train" where he sang his hit song, "That's How Long I'll Be Loving You." Sigler sang the "23rd Psalm" at the ceremony awarding the Congressional Gold Medal to the Tuskegee Airmen on March 29, 2007, at the United States Capitol.[2]



  1. ^ Hogan, Ed. "Biography: Bunny Sigler". Allmusic. Retrieved 2 May 2010. 
  2. ^ "Tuskegee Airmen Congressional Gold Medal Ceremony". Whitehouse archives. Retrieved 15 March 2014. 

An interview in Soul Express in July 2015