In a town full of dreams, Ross Coppley is living his to the fullest. The Lexington, N.C. native knows where he came from, but the driven entertainer now calls Music City USA home. With sure-footed direction, tight songwriting, energetic performances, and an always growing fan base, Coppley has proven his place in a competitive, ever-changing industry.
Coppley isn’t afraid of a little hard work, nor does he shy away from a challenge. As a national touring act, his momentum and determination persists. For the past 3 years, he has tirelessly averaged 80 to 100 shows each year. Opening for top notch country stars including Luke Bryan, Randy Houser, Parmalee, Brett Eldredge, Eric Church, Brantley Gilbert, and Love and Theft, Coppley lures in his audiences with authentic, personable performances, setting the stage for all who follow him.
Under the management of Redline Entertainment, Coppley released an EP on July 30, 2013. Impressively, he was featured in iTunes new and noteworthy section for two weeks. Additionally, his single “What I’m Looking For,” was also featured separately in new and noteworthy. With over 8,000 downloads in 8 weeks, Coppley thanks the fans for all of the support and good fortune.
“I feel blessed every day I get to wake up and entertain my fans. They are the driving force behind what I do,” says Coppley.
Offstage, the rising performer continues to sharpen his songwriting craft by co-writing with some of Nashville’s finest songwriters. Coppley has penned tunes with Steve Dean (Rodney Atkins – “Watching You”), Will Nance (Brad Paisley – “She’s Everything”), and Universal Music’s Jeremy Bussey (Mark Wills, Lonestar) and Chase McGill, among others.
Coppley’s unwavering work ethic, positive disposition, and personal individuality is characteristic of an entertainer with longevity and staying power.
Despite his certain success, Coppley remains focused, and keeps his eye on the ball in saying, “My shows remain all about the music, and I’m just leaving everything in God’s hands…”