Richie Supa is a New York singer/songwriter with over 200 cuts and 5 solo albums to his name. Richie’s career was launched via the legendary Long Island Band "The Rich Kids" who were signed by Clive Davis to Columbia Records. Richie also went on to a career on Broadway where he had the lead role in the hit musical "HAIR". He became a household name in the Northeast which helped to launch his now 40+ year career.
Artists who have cut his songs reads like a who’s who of the music industry, with over 50 million records sold. Artists who have recorded Supa’s songs include Bon Jovi, Aerosmith, Ozzy Osborne, Mika, Pink and legendary artists such as Johnny Winter, Tom Jones, Air Supply, Glen Campbell, Willie Nelson, to name a few. Richie’s songs have appeared in Disney movies, feature films and on network television, including the hit show Melrose Place.
Supa has been a behind-the-scenes voice in the legendary rock band Aerosmith for years. He co-wrote several of their number one rock hits including “Chip Away The Stone”, "Lightning Strikes", ”Pink” and “Amazing.” Richie co-wrote with Richie Sambora on his most recent solo album and tours with Sambora on his solo project.
He currently makes Nashville his home away from home working with some of the best writers in town bringing his rock and blues edge to the modern Nashville sound. Richie collaborates with hit song writers such as Brett James, Stephony Smith, Keith Follese, Big Kenny of Big and Rich. Richie's love for music keeps him writing and producing in the studio whether it’s rock, pop, or country. He keeps his playing skills honed by keeping busy playing his hits live at songwriter events all over the country, along with his passion for helping with charities involved with children.