Butler, Rosemary

Rosemary Butler (born April 6) is an American singer. She began her career playing bass and singing in an all-girl band named the Ladybirds. The band appeared on several LA area television shows before opening for The Rolling Stones in 1964. She then joined all-female hard rock band Birtha who released two albums for Dunhill Records. After they split in 1973 she became a popular back-up singer in the late 1970s and early '80s. Her vocals were featured on Bonnie Raitt's album, Sweet Forgiveness, on songs "Gamblin' Man", "Runaway", "Sweet Forgiveness", and "Two Lives." Butler has also acted as a back-up singer for Jackson Browne, James Taylor, Warren Zevon, Neil Young, and Rosanne Cash among others. She released a solo album, Rose, in 1983. Butler contributed vocals for the performances of "Stay" at the No Nukes concerts in September 1979.

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