At just 26, Ava Suppelsa has had a career that levels with songwriters twice her age. Born and raised in Chicago, she made the leap to Boston to study at Berklee College of Music until relocating at 19 to Nashville to pursue her career in songwriting. Her songs have been recorded by Keith Urban, John Paul White, Avery Anna, Jamie O’Neal, Ryan Griffin, Flatland Cavalry and more. Ryan Griffin’s breakout single “Salt, Lime and Tequila”, which was co-penned by Ava, went #1 on Sirius XM’s The Highway and reached the top 50 on Billboard. Ava’s credits have amassed over 100 million streams, charted on both Canadian and American country radio and been featured on Spotify’s “Hot Country” and “New Music Friday” playlists numerous times. Ava signed a worldwide publishing deal in 2020 with King Pen Music and Warner Chappell Nashville. She also founded and actively runs Hope On The Row, a non-profit organization that serves Nashville’s unhoused community.