Few songwriters have influenced a genre like Walter 'Bunny' Sigler. The Philadelphia native and R&B pioneer is the force behind hits from the 60's and 70's, including Instant Funk's 'I Got My Mind Made Up', Pattie Labelle's 'Somebody Loves You Baby', and the Whispers' 'Bingo' and has amassed over 35 million units in sales as a producer, artist and songwriter. Bunny is also an integral part Leon Huff & Kenny gamble's Philadelphia Records, 'Mr. Emotion', as he was called. Bunny Sigler's entrance into the gospel music industry is long over due, and yet perfectly timed. Songs like 'Swing Low, Sweet Chariot', featuring Jeff Majors, 'Near the Cross' and the title tune are part of the history of the psalmist. 'Music is a universal language. And what song is known more universally than 'The Lord's Prayer'?', says Remick. 'I believe that the music Bunny is singing can help change the world. I know it might sound a little idealistic, but I believe music has the power to unite us'.