Aaron Sprinkle has been a staple of the Northwest independent music scene for well over a decade as an accomplished producer, songwriter and performer. He started his production career in 1994 producing MxPx’s debut album Pokinatcha. Aaron has since been building an exceptional reputation throughout the last decade producing critically acclaimed records such as Pedro The Lion’s Control, Eisley’s Room Noises, and Acceptance’s Phantoms. In addition to achieving critical success, Aaron has also produced records by The Almost and Anberlin, both of whom have top 10 singles at alternative radio.

While Aaron has won critical acclaim and had radio successes in the mainstream market, what’s really astonishing is that his lesser-known production work in the Christian market has sold a combined 6 million albums! Aaron has won multiple Dove Awards and produced gold selling records for both Jeremy Camp and Kutless, as well as co-writing Kutless’ #1 Christian single “Strong Tower”. He has produced countless top 10 Christian radio singles for Thousand Foot Krutch, Emery, Hawk Nelson and won fans around the world for his work with the little known Starflyer 59.

A huge part of his success as a writer and producer comes from the fact that Aaron follows his own creative muse as well, having been a member of bands such as Poor Old Lu, Rose Blossom Punch, and most recently, Fair. Aaron’s reputation as a jack-of-all-trades in the studio is already legendary and only continues to grow with every project he takes on.

If you would like a copy of his discography please let me know, you can also view his All Music Guide Page here   http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&searchlink=AARON|SPRINKLE&sql=11:gnfyxq9gldte~T4

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