During the period of his career, Seattle’s Aaron Sprinkle has led several respected alt-rock bands, forged an effective solo career, and produced a large number of albums for a number of different artists from Copeland to Relient K. While still in senior high school through the early ’90s, he produced the pioneering Christian indie rock and roll outfit Poor Aged Lu along with his sibling Jesse Sprinkle, launching many albums and touring until their break up in 1996. Carrying out a couple of albums with post-grunge music group Rose Blossom Punch in the past due ’90s, Sprinkle released his solo profession with 1999’s even more vocalist/songwriter-oriented Moontraveler, blinking his ample creation and multi-instrumental chops during the period of following solo releases just like the Kindest Times (2000), Bareface (2001), as well as the Lackluster compilation (2004). In 2001, he was employed as a manufacturer by revered Christian indie rock and roll label Teeth & Toe nail, where he concurrently released his production profession. Putting his single career on keep, Sprinkle produced a fresh indie rock task called Good in 2005, as well as the quartet released its Teeth & Toenail debut, THE VERY BEST Worst-Case Scenario, the next year. The rest of the 10 years was largely specialized in production function, helming information by Thousand Feet Krutch, Demon Hunter, and Anberlin, amongst others. Good came back for 2010’s Disappearing Globe, and Sprinkle resumed his single profession with 2013’s Drinking water & Weapons. His increasingly occupied production schedule continuing to occupy the majority of his period before 2017 launch of his 6th solo album, TRUE TO LIFE.