|60s-70s Hometown||Palm Beach County|
|Main Instrument||Pianist, Vocalist, Arranger, Composer|
|Other Instruments||Organ, Clavinet|
|Early Influences||Gospel music, Beethoven|
|Local Bands, Approximate Years||solo, Copeland Davis Trio, Copeland Davis Group: 1970s to present|
|Current Hometown||Royal Palm Beach|
|Current Occupation||Musician, Bandleader|
|Current Musical Involvement||Still performs solo, and with The Copeland Davis Group|
Born in Winter Park, he began playing piano at the age of seven. He later attended FAU, and graduated in 1972 with a degree in composition and arranging. In 1975 he appeared as a guest of Burt Reynolds on NBC’s Tonight Show. He was nominated for an Emmy Award for “Copeland Davis at Crystal Tree”. On April 20, 1978 he appeared in the one-hour PBS special “Copeland Davis in Concert”. Listed in ”Who's Who in International Music”, and in 2014 entered the ”Las Vegas Entertainers Hall of Fame”.
He Released the albums “Smoldering Secrets” in 1975 on Regalia Records, “Totally Outrageous” in 1987 on Gold Coast Records CMR-3737. 7” recording “No Arms Can Ever Hold You” (no date) Regalia Records, and his 3rd CD “Endangered Species” in 2001. New Vision Records.
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