Bunny Sigler's smooth vocal style is perfect for reaching back to times that have past. The days when jazz and lounge singers were most popular. Think Sinatra, Bennett etc. and yes Mr. Bunny Sigler. He is not a household name but he can sing a song and tell a story just as well as the folks that are legendary in that realm. The main point here is that he is still doing and very well mind you.
The video provided is in black and white to provide the proper setting for his "Angel Eyes." This is a significant remake of an Ella Fitzgerald song and a fitting tribute to her legacy.
Kick back, turn it up and relax to Bunny Sigler's "Angel Eyes" - with the video or stream and set the way back machine to way back....
Keith "MuzikMan" Hannaleck"
More About Bunny Sigler:
Well , where do we start...The singer was born Walter Sigler in Philadelphia on 27th March 1941. Bunny recalls, "They called me Bunny right off because I was born two days before Easter. The first singing I did was in church - Sunday school. I wouldn't say it was very funky, just straight...READ MORE...
R.I.P. Bunny. You were one of the greats and you will be missed. Your recorded legacy will keep you alive forever!ReplyDelete