Aaron Sprinkle

Sep 30, 2013
Feb 10, 2004
May 06, 2003
Jan 01, 2001
Jan 01, 2001
Jan 01, 2000
Jul 13, 1999

Aaron Sprinkle is listed in the credits for the following albums:

Year Artist Album Role
1993 Poor Old Lu Mindsize Guitars, Keyboards, Background Vocals
1993 Various Artists Brow Beat Unplugged Alternative Acoustic Guitar
1994 Poor Old Lu Sin Recorded, Guitar, Vocals
1995 Poor Old Lu Star Studded Super Step Engineer
1995 Poor Old Lu Straight Six Recorded, Guitar, Keyboards, Kalimba
1996 Poor Old Lu A Picture of the Eighth Wonder Engineer, Guitar, Organ, Piano, Vocals
1996 Various Artists Never Say Dinosaur Producer, Engineer, Mixed
1997 Soulfood 76 Velour (Retrospective) Engineer
1998 Poor Old Lu Chrono Remixes
1998 Poor Old Lu In Their Final Performance Recorded, Guitar, Vocals
1998 Poor Old Lu Star Studded Super Step (re-release) Recorded, Guitar, Vocals
1999 Aaron Sprinkle Moontraveler Producer, Engineer
2001 Stavesacre Collective Producer, Engineer, Tambourine, Shaker, Drum Loop
2002 Poor Old Lu The Waiting Room Recorded, Mixed, Guitar, Keyboards, Background Vocals
2002 Kutless Kutless Producer, Engineer
2003 FM Static What Are You Waiting For? Producer, Guitars
2004 Project 86 Songs to Burn Your Bridges By Producer
2004 Falling Up Crashings Producer
2004 Kutless Sea of Faces Producer
2005 Kutless Strong Tower Producer
2005 Number One Gun Promises for the Imperfect Producer
2006 Fair Carelessness Producer, Engineer, Mixed, Songwriter
2006 Fair The Best Worst-Case Scenario Producer, Songwriter, Engineer, Mixed, Guitars, Keyboards, Programming, Percussion, Vocals
2010 Sent By Ravens Our Graceful Words Producer
2011 Hyland Weights & Measures Producer

Aaron Sprinkle

Aaron Sprinkle has been a member of:

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

Aaron's career in music began in high school when he and brother Jesse Sprinkle formed a group called BellBangVilla. BellBangVilla became Poor Old Lu, which would become a mainstay of early Christian alternative rock, releasing five studio albums. After the band disbanded in the late 90's, Aaron continued as a solo artist, releasing 5 pop-flavored albums. On his solo releases, he plays almost all instruments except drums, and his wife Karina occasionally writes lyrics.

Sprinkle has proven to be a major force as a producer, which eventually led him to be hired by Tooth & Nail Records in 2001. Working out of Compound Recording Studios in Seattle, Washington, he has produced, engineered, and mixed over one hundred albums.

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.

Created by: siremidor on 26-July-2010 - Last Edited by siremidor on 27-January-2016
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