J. A. Milton Perera (1929–1991) was a leading playback singer of Sri Lankan cinema during the '60s and '70s.
Milton was born on May 9, 1929 the son of J. A. Edwin Perera, also known as Tabla Podi Appuhamy, an accomplished tabla player. Inspired by his father, Milton became proficient on the tabla at a young age.
In 1940, Milton sang his first song for Radio Ceylon, "Alehi Bendi Jeewitha". It was written by Aloy Gunawardena around a Mohamed Sally melody. He subsequently had several popular songs on the radio, "Kale Api Denna," "Oba Wewa Wewa Pahana Mage," and "Kalyaniye."