Davitt Sigerson (born in New York City, 1957) is an American novelist whose first career was in the music business. Sigerson was a record producer, singer, songwriter, record company executive, and journalist.
He wrote songs for or with various artists including Philip Bailey, and Gene Simmons of Kiss.
In addition, he worked as a record producer, producing Olivia Newton-John, The Bangles, Tori Amos and David & David among others.
He became president of Polydor Records in 1991; president of EMI and Chrysalis Records in 1994; and chairman of Island Records from 1998 to 1999.