Short biography of Marty Butler:
Canadian singer-songwriter. Born July 10th, 1943.
Started as a member of The Scepters in the mid-60's. Later becaome a songwriter with partner [a=Bob Bilyk], writing songs for the like of Les Sceptres (a different act than the one Butler was in), [a=Trini Lopez], [a=Ginette Reno], [a=Tommy Hunter (2)], and [a=Bells, The (2)].
Butler won $10,000 in the Hear Canada Singing contest for the tune "Can You Hear The Music" which soon led to a recording contract with [l=Columbia] Records. His home base was in Montreal but frequently worked in Toronto to be nearer Bilyk.
He went to [l=WAM Records] in the late '70s where he released several singles with arranger/producer [a=Leon Aronson]. In the early 1980s he signed to [l=RCA] Records.
Butler died February 10, 1995.
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