Based in California, Steve Spicer is an experienced studio musician who composes music of all genres and has played and recorded drums for many great Bay Area artists. From The House of Blues in Hollywood to Guitar Player Live in Livermore (drumming for top 10 guitarist Danny Jones), and opening shows for artists such as Dick Dale and Gary Hoey, he has performed with some of the greatest World Class musicians. Steve cites Nightwish, Karl Jenkins, Vangelis, Enya, and many brass band/classical compositions as his biggest influences.
The son of a brass band music composer and college music teacher, Steve Spicer grew up experiencing music on an international level while traveling with his father and attending international music institutes. Starting at the age of 9, he was taught percussion lessons by one of New York's most versatile percussionists, Bill Quick, and played in his school Jazz Band, Concert Band, and was lead percussionist in his schools marching band. Steve continued his percussion education at Color Blind Studios in Concord, CA, with teacher Randy Gallerin.