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Bunny Sigler

Like many vocalists of his era, Bunny began his singing career in the church. But the burgeoning music scene in and around his native Philadelphia was too exciting to ignore. He began recording for various local labels and performing in clubs in nearby Atlantic City. Music execs took notice and he was signed to Cameo Parkway. After Cameo unexpectedly went under, Bunny soon found himself in the company of Kenneth Gamble and Leon Huff (Philadelphia International Records) and when Gamble suggested he take a stab at songwriting, Bunny was a little surprised. His first songwriting break was with “Sunshine”, co-written with Phil Hurtt and recorded by the O’Jays. Other songwriting highlights include “Somebody Loves You Baby”, co-written with Eugene Curry and a hit single for Patti Labelle, as well as "I Got My Mind Made Up (You Can Get It Girl)" recorded by Instant Funk – their breakthrough single that hit #1 on the R&B charts. As a vocalist, one highlight is a duet album he recorded with Barbara Mason.