Steven Springer Progressive rock Artist
Steven Springer (born Steven Anthony Springer on September 23, 1951) is an American guitarist and songwriter known for his innovative smooth soft touch guitar style. Steven is best known for being a member of the Trinidad Tripoli Steel Band and for playing with Sir Lancelot Pinard, Arizona-based band Sanctuary, and his current musical project Tropicooljazz. Steven Springer grew up in Port of Spain, Trinidad and attended St. Mary's College. He started a band while in high school, and quickly became a very popular and sought-after guitarist, and was a regular fixture at local dances and parties. He left Trinidad to attend college at the Mayfield College, Sussex, England. After graduation, Steven moved to Phoenix, Arizona and formed a band called Sanctuary, which rose to fame, winning local awards for “Band of The Year” for three consecutive years, as well as “Album of the Year,” during the 1980’s. Steven Springer and Brian Pinard performed as "The Knights of The Holy Trinity" to accompany Brian Pinard's uncle, famous calypso artist Sir Lancelot. They recorded Sir Lancelot's final album, called "Pinaryhymns - Religious Calypso.
|Date of birth|
|September 23rd, 1951|