Tripp Nasty at their studio in The Juls building (photo by: Hesh Hipp)
If Stephen King had a younger, prettier brother who had recently emerged from their parents’ basement after a marathon session of Dungeons & Dragons, it would be Tripp Nasty, AKA “Nancy Drew’s Long Lost Assistant“.
Tripp Nasty started publicly performing in Tucson, Arizona and is currently based out of Denver, Colorado.
Tripp Nasty has played in:
Haus (Tucson, Arizona 1989)
Rocket No. 9 (Tucson Arizona – 1989-1996)
Mondo Guano( Tucson, Arizona; bass player, 1996 – 1999)
The Zero Kings (Tucson, Arizona; bass player 1996-1997)
Calexico (US Touring Bass Player 2001-2002)
Mr. Pacman (Denver, Colorado – 2005 to present)
The Tripp Nasty Orchestra (a diy string quartet in Denver, Colorado from 2004-2006)
The Mind Kontrol Sect (another diy string quartet in Denver, Colorado from 2006-2008)
CP 208(singer of this noise-rock band in Denver, Colorado from 2012 – 2015)
Lifers (Denver pop band, keyboard player from 2018-2020)
Tripp Nasty tried and failed to manage Bebe and Serge in the late 1990’s.
Tripp Nasty owns a Presto K-8 Record Lathe which is used to make limited edition lathe cut series and commissions, made on a case-by-case basis. Tripp Nasty has made lathe cuts for Bob Bellerue, Page 27, Steven Santa Maria, Action Beats, Shams, Sara Century, Raven Chacon, DREAMWIG, Tendorizor and many others…..
“This life would not have been possible without the inspiration and support from: my family, The Sun City Girls, Lucas Mosley, Paul Radek, the Star Ship Stereo family, Amy Fantastic, Edward Pierson, Peter Larson, Jason Willis, Neil Kight, Andy Halper, Zachary Spencer, The Toxic Ranch, Sybil Marie Clarke, Bebe McPhereson, the La Shy Girls, Tiana M.B., Darren Kulbak, Kevin John Wesley, Justin Loski, Brian Medower, Jeff Nelson, Nautical Almanac, John Golter, Marcy Saude and the members of Friends Forever“
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