Tripp Sprague - Saxophonist
Tripp Sprague is a jazz saxophonist based out of the San Diego area. Tripp also plays flute, chromatic harmonica, and EWI. He has performed extensively with the areas top jazz musicians including his brother guitar player Peter Sprague, bassist Bob Magnusson, and pianist Geoffrey Keezer. Tripp‘s musical versatility has lead to invitations to perform with international acts such as jazz singer Mose Allison, Kenny Loggins, and Motown legend Smokey Robinson. Tripp has recorded on numerous recordings with such artists as Todd Rundgren and Kim Carnes. Tripp also co-produced and performed on the self titled CD from the group “Blurring the Edges” which won the “best pop-jazz ” album at the San Diego Music Awards. In 2006 Tripp released a straight ahead jazz CD featuring his original compositions entitled “Wall to Wall”. Tripp also runs a recording studio from his home where he has produced and recorded CDs for numerous local artists.