Billy Butler (born June 7, 1945, Chicago, Illinois, USA - died April 1, 2015, Chicago, Illinois, USA) was an American R&B and soul vocalist, songwriter, guitarist and producer. He is the younger brother of Jerry Butler with whom he sometimes collaborated along with Curtis Mayfield. Mayfield supervised his first recording session at Okeh in May 1963. He was mainly active in the 1960's and 1970's. He founded the vocal groups Billy Butler & The Chanters, Billy Butler And The Enchanters, and Billy Butler And The Four Enchanters. In 1973, he released an album as a lead singer of Infinity (13), with fellow Chicago singers. In 1977, he released a solo album titled "Sugar Candy Lady". He is sometimes credited as Bill Butler, Billy Butler and W.E.Butler.
Billy Butler Discography Tracks
- 6 Instruments & Performance
- 174 Writing & Arrangement
- 1 Featuring & Presenting
- 19 Production