Marc Copely

Songwriter, Musical Artist


Who is Marc Copely?

Marc Copely is an American rock and blues guitarist and songwriter.

Described as "...a working-class hero of stadium-sized potential", Copely has been performing since the age of 19. The Worcester, Massachusetts born musician, launched his professional career by performing with B.B. King, James Montgomery, and James Cotton.

Copely is also known for his songwriting. He co-wrote "Breathe Into You" with Carole King, "Something Beautiful" with Tracy Bonham and Greg Wells and "Little White Lies", featured in the 2012 Weinstein film "Butter". Most recently, his co-write "Midnight Run", was featured in the Weinstein film "Lawless", sung by Willie Nelson.

Copely has released two solo albums: Limited Lifetime Guarantee via RCA Records and Harp & Plow via United For Opportunity. Songs from these albums have been featured on the Late Show with David Letterman, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Late Night with Conan O'Brien, Brothers & Sistersand Gray's Anatomy. "Harp & Plow" was chosen as an Editors' Pick in the June 2010 issue of Guitar Player magazine. Other original music has been heard on Pawn Stars, Cajun Pawn Stars, American Restoration, NY Ink, Psychic Kids, The Fosters.

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on July 23, 2013


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