WHO IS SCHPAYBO?
 
 
Steve “Schpaybo” Spirko
has lived the rock music scene for
three decades. Performing with the likes of Cesar Diaz, GE Smith and Eric Cartwright, Schpaybo has been pleasing crowds with his explosive performances since the early 70’s.

Growing up in an era where Rock ‘n Roll ruled, Schpaybo was influenced by all the greats such as: Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, The Who, Johnny Winter, Deep Purple, Ted Nugent and blues legends Howlin’ Wolf, Willie Dixon and Muddy Waters. 


In 1996 after being disappointed by wimpy sounding Compact Discs Steve formed Spearco Records. His goal being to produce superior sounding discs.

Live drumming being his forte, in December of 1995 he won ABC radio’s Z-ROCK Greatest Drummer in The United States Competition.

Schapybo’s strong rhythmic background from drumming gives him a unique guitar style as shown on his first well-received release “Schpaybo”. Schpaybo wrote, arranged, produced, as well as performing on his first solo endeavor, which gained him semi-finalist status in Musician Magazine’s Best Unsigned Band in America in 1997.

With the his second release, “Long Way Back”, he has accepted responsibility to bring back true American Rock Music.

In an era when most music sounds the same, Schpaybo’s high-energy full-throttle rock has an unique larger-than-life sound that stands alone in it’s originality and explosive content. A Schpaybo record has been produced in a way to sound larger and fuller than other compact discs. The production quality and sonic superiority are at the forefront of the rock music industry.
Stats 
Schpay!

Steve “Schpaybo” Spirko

Edwardsville, PA 
United States 

Height: 6’0’ 
Occupation: Musician
Birthday: May 1
Interests: Guitars Drums Golf 
Favorite Movie: Easy Money
Favorite Quote: “Great spirits have always encountered violent opposition from mediocre minds.”
Gear 
The Best!
Tama
Drums, Hardware & Accessories

Gibson
Only a Gibson is Good Enough

Marshall
Let ‘em Hear it Like it Is

D’Addario
The Player’s Choice
Music 
Featured Tracks
Burning Love
Crows Ate My Brain!
Heartshock
Long Way Back
Won't You Be My Girl
Stress
Commin' For You

Reviews
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Live from Rock N Roll Ranch
Billboard Magazine
Hear It!
AOR Website
Rock Reunion
Strutter Magazine
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Citizen's Voice
Stereo-Type
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Musician Magazine
Stereo-Type
Sound Check Magazine
ABC Radio’s Z-Rock
LInks
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