Greg Copeland is an American singer-songwriter. A high school friend of Jackson Browne, he released his first album 'Revenge Will Come' to critical acclaim in 1982, but commercially the album failed. After a long hiatus, Copeland resurfaced in 2008 with his follow-up entitled 'Diana And James'. Copeland has been a successful songwriter. He wrote the song "Candy" which Jackson Browne covered on his album "Lives In The Balance", and co-wrote some of Jackson's early songs with him such as "The Fairest Of The Seasons" which was on the Nina Demo and Nico's album Chelsea Girl back in 1967.