Better known as Bunny Sigler, an innovative music producer and writer worked with many groups and performers such as Double Exposure, Patti Labelle, The O’Jays, First Choice and many more artists.
He started out as a performer in 1959, but his career started to gain traction in 1967 with his first hit on Parkway Records, “Let The Good Times Roll”.
Sigler continued to record for several record companies until the 1970s. He scored and recorded several hits for Philadelphia International Records (PIR). With Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff, Sigler also had a hand in creating the “Philadelphia Sound”.
Watch and listen to Bunny Sigler as he performs his 1974 Philadelphia International Records hit, “That’s How Long I’ll Be Loving You” on Soul Train.