Birth Place: United States
Years Active: 1964 - 1983
Genres: Pop, Rock
Curt Boettcher (January 7, 1944 - June 14, 1987), later Curt Boetcher and Curt Becher, was an American singer, songwriter, musician, and record producer from Wisconsin. His career spanned 1964 to 1983. He reverted to the original spelling of Curt Boettcher, although no new work was issued after 1983. Boettcher was one of the most important personalities of Sunshine pop in the 1960s, influencing Brian Wilson before the production of ''Pet Sounds''. Boettcher worked with The Association, Gary Usher, The Millennium, Sagittarius, and The Beach Boys, among others. Curt Boettcher sang some background vocals on The Byrds' ''The Notorious Byrd Brothers'' album, a Gary Usher production job.
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