Rosemary Butler - Bio and Creative Works

Rosemary Butler

SINGER • VOCAL COACH
Born
1947-04-06
Age
75
Citizenship
United States of America
From
California, United States
Bands

Birtha

Bio

Rosemary Ann Butler is an American singer. She began her career playing bass guitar and singing in an all-female band named the Ladybirds while attending Fullerton Union High School in Fullerton, California. The band appeared on several Los Angeles area television shows before opening for the Rolling Stones in 1964. She then joined all-female hard rock band Birtha, which released two albums for Dunhill Records. After they split in 1975, she became a popular back-up singer in the late 1970s and early 1980s. Her vocals were featured on Bonnie Raitt's album Sweet Forgiveness, on songs "Gamblin' Man", "Runaway", "Sweet Forgiveness" and "Two Lives". She was also featured in Bruce Springsteen, Tom Petty, and Jackson Browne's "Stay " during Springsteen and The E Street Band's 1979 "No Nukes" shows at Madison Square Garden. - Wikipedia

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ALBUM • 2013

by Rosemary Butler

ALBUM • 1983

by Rosemary Butler

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