In 1965 Copperpenny was formed by Hollis and Wamil in Kitchener, Ontario as the Penny Farthings. The flip-side of The Paupers 1966 song "If I Call You By Some Name" was "Copperpenny" and group soon adopted it as their new moniker. 1968 saw the release of a minor hit called "Nice Girl" on Columbia but they soon switched to RCA and had a bit more success with "Stop (Wait A Minute)". But it would be their relocation to Sweet Plum Records (a London Records label) that they would strike gold. 1973's "You're Still The One" was the band's first legitimate Read more on Last.fm.