Cole Supple is a 20-year-old pop/alternative singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and producer originating from Thousand Oaks, CA. His influences include The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Jeff Buckley, Ed Sheeran, and Coldplay. When Cole was a toddler, his parents note that he was always dancing to music from the car radio. After watching the “Naked Brothers Band” TV Show on Nickelodeon and discovering The Beatles at five years old, he was set on becoming a musician— it quickly became his entire world. Cole began taking guitar lessons, writing songs, and performing and has continued ever since.
Cole’s music is a modest blend of pop and alternative with hints of blues, country, and cinematic textures. He recently released an EP, “Platinum Recovery”, with four new original productions as well as a cover of the Eric Clapton standard, “Tears In Heaven” and a bonus demo track. Now currently studying Music Business at the University of Southern California, Cole continues to rock the Los Angeles scene playing livestream gigs, writing music, collaborating, and producing new singles in his studio. He also attended one year at the Cal State Northridge.
Cole has played legendary venues such as the Whiskey-a-Go-Go, The Mint, and the Civic Arts Plaza. As well, he received the Quincy Jones Musicianship Award in 2018. Joe Hoeffner of Two Story Melody says that “Cole Supple is a skilled and creative songwriter, and he immediately sets to work proving it.”
Some fun facts about Cole— he is an Eagle Scout, he can solve a Rubik’s cube in under 60 seconds, and he has climbed Mt. Whitney, the tallest mountain in the continental U.S.!