Richard Sully started playing  semi-professionally  in pubs  in his home  town of Newport, South
Wales in 1983 at the age of seventeen. He soon became a regular fixture at several local venues
in the areaand whilst studying for a degree at University College, Cardiff, was resident pianist at
the well known Celtic Manor Resort, considered, then and now, to be Wales' finest five star hotel.


Moving to London in 1988 to study for a postgraduate degree in Music IT, Richard continued to
earn a steady incom e from performing and  finally became fully professional in 1989. His  first
professional residency took him to Adelaide, Australia where he perfomed nightly at the city's
Terraces Hotel. On his return to the UK, residencies followed at the famous Landmark Hotel in
central London and the Hilton at Cobham in Surrey as well as private engagements all over the
country. Appearances on cruise liners such as Swan -Hellenic's 'Minerva' have taken Richard to
many parts of the world. In more thantwenty-five years of performing, he has played at some of
the finest hotels and venues in the UK and formore than two years was nightly resident pianist at
London's Savoy. He has entertained presidents and royalty alike as well as celebrities from the
worlds of film and music. He currently lives in West Berkshire and is married with three children.


As a writer of music, Richard has had several commercial releases and is a writer member of
 The  Performing  Rights Society. His collaborations  with co-writer Bob Patmore have resulted
in  his  work  being  used  for  feature  film  and  television  documentaries. His songs  have
been  recorded by  chart  artists and  co-produced by  the  likes of  Mike Stock, formerly  of
Stock, Aitken and Waterman


'One Step Away' by The Fast Food Rockers (Rich Sully/Bob Patmore) 2003©

In association with music producer Bob Patmore and singer Leo Sayer, Richard contributed
 incidental  music  as  well  as  a  new  Leo  Sayer  song  for  the 2001  British  feature  film
'Arthur's Dyke' starring Pauline Quirke, Warren Clarke and Dennis Waterman.  The end
credits of the film feature Leo Sayer singing their song 'Peace Of Mind' and Richard's piano
instrumental version of the song is used in the film.


'Peace of Mind' by Leo Sayer (Bob Patmore/Rich Sully/Leo Sayer) 2001 ©

'Peace Of Mind Theme' taken from the film 'Arthur's Dyke' by Richard Sully (Bob Patmore/Rich Sully) 2001 ©