Aaron Sprinkle

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Aaron Sprinkle
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Background information
Born March 20, 1974[1]
Origin Seattle, Washington
Genres Alternative rock
Occupation(s) Record producer, musician, recording engineer, songwriter
Instruments Guitar, Piano
Years active 1990–present
Labels Tooth & Nail, Silent Planet, Organic
Associated acts Fair, Rose Blossom Punch, Poor Old Lu
Website aaronsprinklemusic.com

Aaron Sprinkle is an American musician, singer, songwriter, and record producer from Seattle, Washington.

Career[edit]

His career in music began in high school with a group called BellBangVilla. BellBangVilla became Poor Old Lu and they released a number of albums (see below). Aaron Sprinkle also sang and played lead guitar in Rose Blossom Punch, and has produced albums independently.[2] On his solo releases, he plays almost all instruments except drums, and his wife Karina occasionally writes lyrics.[2] He was hired as producer for Tooth & Nail Records in 2001, and works out of Compound Recording Studios in Seattle, Washington.[3] In 2005, Sprinkle formed the band Fair with Joey Sanchez, Nick Barber, and Erick Newbill. Fair released its debut album The Best Worst-Case Scenario on Tooth & Nail Records in June 2006. He is the brother of Jesse Sprinkle.

Discography[edit]

With Poor Old Lu (1990-2002)[edit]

  • In Love With the Greenery (As BellBangVilla) (1990)
  • Three Song Demo (Cassette only) (1991)
  • Star-Studded-Super-Step (1992, 1995 & 1998)
  • Mindsize (1993)
  • Split 7″ with Mortal (1993)
  • Sin (1994)
  • Straight Six (1995)
  • A Picture of the Eighth Wonder (1996)
  • In Their Final Performance (1998)
  • Chrono [1993-1998] (1998)
  • The Waiting Room (2002)

With Rose Blossom Punch (1997-1999)[edit]

  • Ephemere (1997)
  • So Sorry to Disappoint You (1999)
  • Par Avion 7″ vinyl

Solo (1999-present)[edit]

With Fair (2006-present)[edit]

Contributions[edit]

Solo[edit]

With Rose Blossom Punch[edit]

Album credits[edit]

Aaron has production, engineering, or other credits on albums by the following bands:

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002429863780
  2. ^ a b Powell, Mark Allan (2002). Encyclopedia of Contemporary Christian Music (First printing ed.). Peabody, Massachusetts: Hendrickson Publishers. p. 858. ISBN 1-56563-679-1. 
  3. ^ Dodd, Jason (January–February 2002). "Aaron Sprinkle". HM Magazine (93): 15. ISSN 1066-6923. 

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