Bunny was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on March 27, 1941. The industry gave him the nickname, “Mr. Emotion” after his heartfelt performances on stage.
After seeing Bunny perform at Atlantic City’s Ambassador Hotel, Independent Producers John Madara and Dave White signed him a deal that led to the release on Cameo of “Let The Good Times Roll” and “Feels So Good”. The groovy yet smooth tune reached 12 in the U.S. R&B Billboard charts, and his music career skyrocketed from there.
“Bunny Sigler IS Philadelphia music.”
“…Bunny Sigler proves himself as some sort of mad scientist songwriter, who mixes together ingredients of many genres and warps them into something unique that he can call his own.”
“… Bunny Sigler is still viable as an R & B singer / songwriter over forty years after his first hit record. With this new album, Bunny is sure to delight some old fans and pick up quite a few new ones.”
“As I listened to Walter “Bunny” Sigler’s music I thought of it sounding like the suave appearance of Billy Dee Williams set to music.”
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