Steven Springer
Trinidad and Tobago musician
Steven Springer
Steven Springer (September 23, 1951 – September 10, 2012) was an American guitarist and songwriter known for his innovative smooth soft touch guitar style. Steven was best known for being a member of the Trinidad Tripoli Steel Band and for playing with Sir Lancelot Pinard, Arizona-based band Sanctuary, and for his charitable works, as well as founding the musical project Tropicooljazz.
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Wounded warriors show fighting spirit -
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He reached out to Steven Springer, nurse care manager of the hospital's amputee ward and asked if he knew anyone up for the challenge of climbing a mountain. Springer put out the word and a group of wounded warriors from across the country came
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Four Suspects Indicted In Connection With Laser Incident - WLKY Louisville
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They are Brian Enlow, Steven Springer, Joy McElwain and Jason Hill. All four are now indicted on charges including first-degree wanton endangerment. Metro police said two helicopter pilots were temporarily blinded while they were hovering above a
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Being wrong on Twitter - Reuters Blogs (blog)
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And in the reaction to my Tumblr entry, non-Bloomberg people like Steven Springer seem to think much the same thing. I don't have the time, the ability, or the inclination to re-report everything I retweet — and neither does any other journalist with
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Police: Couple buying drugs has to call 911 on themselves - WCPO
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Police say Steven Springer and his wife Amy Springer of Cleves were trying to buy drugs in Price Hill Saturday night when they were robbed at gunpoint. Steven Springer then flagged down an officer and told him that he had been robbed, but once he had
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  • 2012
    Age 60
    Died on September 10, 2012.
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  • 2010
    Age 58
    In 2010, Springer recorded a duet project with Muruga Booker entitled Spirit Fire.
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  • 1990
    Age 38
    Springer was chosen "Best Guitar Player," every year from 1990 to 1993, at the annual Detroit Music Awards.
    More Details Hide Details Growing up in Trinidad, Springer was inspired by the melodic lilting sound of soca and calypso, and he started playing guitar at a young age. He was intrigued by the fusion of many different cultures and beautiful natural features of Trinidad, and loved to listen to the steel bands perform at Carnival. After hearing The Ventures records and seeing The Merrymen perform he quickly learned to play guitar. Steven Springer was married to Denise Dooley, and they lived in Ann Arbor, Michigan. He was formerly married to Karen Bronski, who died due to cancer. He had three children with his first wife: Venissa, Sarah and John Paul. Steven Springer endorsed and played Xaviere guitars, and Alden Guitars. He also used Hamer, Ovation and BLB sound. He used GuitarHeads pickups. He also often played a Fender Telecaster custom and a Yamaha SBG2000, as well as customized Gibson Les Paul guitars. He used GHS Boomers guitar strings (11 gauge), and Line 6 amplifiers and processors. He usually did not use any guitar picks, but when he did he used Jim Dunlop 88s.
  • 1988
    Age 36
    Touring worldwide, Springer was a featured artist at the 1988 World's Fair in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, performing with the Trinidad Calypso Band.
    More Details Hide Details Upon returning to the United States, Springer moved to Michigan and joined Hugh Borde's world-famous Trinidad Tripoli Steel Band, performing and recording with them for over ten years. While in Trinidad Tripoli Steel Band, Steven performed with Robert Greenidge, Othello Molineaux, and Marcus Belgrave and also shared the stage with The Wailers, Eek-A-Mouse and Arrow. Steven teamed up with Joseph Allen (keyboards, vocals), Dector Scott (bass guitar, vocals), Norris George (steel drum), and Robert Valentine (steel drums) to form NiteFlight Caribbean Band. They were soon playing large festivals, such as the Ann Arbor Summer Festival, Motown Winter Blast, Arts, Beats and Eats, and African World Festival. NiteFlight won awards for best Road Band at the Detroit International Caribbean Festival. Inspired by a visit to Trinidad, Steven Springer decided to write and record some new songs, featuring a new style of jazz he dubbed "Tropicooljazz," which was a melting pot of all of the music that has influenced him: calypso, soca, jazz, reggae, Latin, blues, rock and R&B. He recorded the first Tropicooljazz CD by collaborating with musicians from all over the world via the internet. Springer then followed up that release with another visit to Trinidad and another CD release, "Tropicooljazz 2" which featured more songs that were written about and inspired by Trinidad and Tobago, as well as his personal battle with cancer. Normally known for his instrumental releases, "Three Came For Me" features vocal tracks by a wide variety of well-known Caribbean and jazz artists. "Tropicooljazz 4.0" features a unique collection of songs which highlight Steven's world music background, while continuing to develop the Tropicool sound.
  • 1951
    Born on September 23, 1951.
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