Aaron Sprinkle

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Aaron Sprinkle
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.


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.


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]



With Rose Blossom Punch[edit]

Album credits[edit]

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


  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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