Beverly Glenn-Copeland is a musician and singer who was born in Philadelphia, but has spent most of his life and career in Canada. He is a trans man.
Glenn-Copeland started his career as a folk singer incorporating jazz, classical, and blues elements. He also performed on albums by Ken Friesen, Bruce Cockburn, Gene Murtynec, Bob Disalle and Kathryn Moses, and was a writer on Sesame Street. He spent twenty-five years entertaining children as a regular actor on Canadian children's television show Mr. Dressup.
He is best known for his 1986 electronic album Keyboard Fantasies, recorded using a Yamaha DX7, Roland TR-707 and voice. The album was selected as one of the 70 greatest recordings by a women by The Stranger.
Label: Return To Analog RTA-047
Format: Vinyl, LP, Limited Edition, Numbered, Reissue
Genre: Jazz, Folk, World, & Country
A1 Don't Despair
A2 Untitled (Make The Answer "Yes")
A3 Song From Beads
A4 Nothing Beautiful
A5 Good Morning Blues
B2 Swords Of Gold
B5 Don't Despair (Jazz Version)