Artie Butler was discovered by the legendary team of Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller. 
He has been involved in every phase of the music industry. Awarded over fifty gold and platinum records, multi-Emmy and Grammy nominations, his credits are literally too numerous to mention. 
A small sampling of his associations includes:
Records
“Solitary Man” & “Cherry Cherry” & “Girl You’ll Be A Woman Soon” – Neil Diamond
“Copacabana” & “Even Now” & “Can’t Smile Without You” – Barry Manilow
“Feelin’ Al-Right” – Joe Cocker
“I Know I’ll Never Love This Way Again” – Dionne Warwick
“Laughter In The Rain” – Neil Sedaka
“Neither One Of Us Wants To Be The First To Say Goodbye” – Gladys Knight & The Pips 
“Sally Go ‘Round The Roses” – The Jaynets
“The Boy From New York City” – The Ad-Libs
“The Night The Lights Went Out In Georgia” – Vicki Lawrence
“You And Me Against The World” – Helen Reddy
Movies- “What’s Up Doc?” – Barbra Streisand – Warner Bros. 
“For Petes Sake” – Barbra Streisand – Columbia
“The Rescuers” – Animated Feature – Walt Disney
Theater- “The People In The Picturee” – Roundabout Theater – Original Broadway Premier 
Co-composed score with Mike Stoller Book & Lyrics – Iris Rainer Dart

Artie has worked with the best of the best – Barbra Streisand, Bette Midler, Barry Manilow, Peggy Lee, Louis Armstrong, Neil Sedaka, B.B. King, Neil Diamond, Joe Cocker, Natalie Cole, Emad Retouched-Text copyGladys Knight & The Pips, Dionne Warwick, Bernadette Peters, Helen Reddy, Mac Davis, Bobby Darin, Dinah Washington, Andy Williams, Liza Minelli, Joe Williams, Johnny Mathis, The Coasters, The Drifters, Ben E King etc.
His song “Here’s To Life” recorded by Shirley Horn and Barbra Streisand was nominated for two Grammy awards in 1992, is rapidly becoming a part of the new American Songbook. He is a three time Emmy nominee, including a nomination for his outstanding work on the CBS mini-series “SINATRA” based on the life of Frank Sinatra. 
His arrangement and featured piano work on Joe Cocker’s hit record “Feelin’ Alright” remains a true classic in American pop music and rock & roll. His songs have been sung by Barbra Streisand, The Rolling Stones, Dionne Warwick, Barry Manilow, Shirley Horn, Nancy Wilson, Joe Williams, Peggy Lee and others.
He’s also known for his wonderful sense of humor. Artie Butler started in the famous Brill Building and made some of the most significant contributions to that fabled and historic era.
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