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Who is Al Copley?
Al Copley is a blues pianist who co-founded the American jump blues band Roomful of Blues with guitarist Duke Robillard in Westerly, Rhode Island in 1967. In 1974 Count Basie called Roomful "the hottest blues band I've ever heard". In 1975 Roomful signed a recording contract with Island Records, thanks to support from Doc Pomus. After 16 years and 7 albums with Roomful, Copley relocated to Europe in 1984, where he still travels and performs extensively.
- also known as Copley, Al
- born in (64 years ago) in New York
- nationality: United States of America
- profession: Pianist
- member of musical group Roomful of Blues
- albums: "Automatic Overdrive", "Jump on It", "Royal Blue"
- official website: www.alcopley.com
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by Colin Larkin
and pianist Al Copley (b. 1952, Buffalo, New York, USA), alongside guitarist Ronnie Earl (b. Ronald Earl Horvath, 10 March 1953, Queens, New York City, New York, ...
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