Perfectly fits the ‘all major successful musical acts had direct military intelligence in-family’ discovered by DAVE MCGOWAN in his online series and book INSIDE THE LC / WEIRD SCENES INSIDE THE CANYON
Stewart Copeland, best known as the drummer for the band The Police, is the son of Miles Axe Copeland Jr., who indeed had connections to the Office of Strategic Services (OSS) during World War II. The OSS was a precursor to the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). Miles Axe Copeland Jr. served as a founding member of the OSS and later worked for the CIA as a consultant.
However, it’s important to note that the mere fact of family connections to the OSS or CIA does not imply any direct involvement in intelligence activities by Stewart Copeland himself. While his family background may be of interest, there is no evidence to suggest that Stewart Copeland was directly involved in intelligence work or that his career in music was influenced by such connections.
Stewart Copeland’s primary legacy lies in his significant contributions to music as the drummer and co-founder of The Police, one of the most successful and influential bands of the late 1970s and early 1980s. His innovative drumming style and songwriting talents have earned him widespread acclaim and recognition in the music industry.