In 1965, vocalist Kenny Hollis and keyboard participant High Wamil formed a band, 1st referred to as the Cent Farthings. The Ontario-based duo transformed their name to Copperpenny in 1966 and steadily added users Blake Barrett (drums), Ron Hiller (bass) and Expenses Mononen (acoustic guitar). Canadian strikes for Columbia (“Great Woman”) and RCA (“Quit [Wait around a Minute]”) adopted in the past due ’60s, plus a self-titled 1970 recording. Copperpenny authorized to a subsidiary of London Information in 1973 and released “You’re Still the main one,” the solitary that place the band within the map. Sittin’ on an unhealthy Man’s Throne was also released in 1973. Copperpenny authorized with Capitol in 1975 and released The Fuse Recording (as High Wamil & Copperpenny) twelve months later on. After the music group broke up many years later on, Kenny Hollis started a brief single profession in 1979.