Steve Ripley

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Steve Ripley (born Paul Steven Ripley on January 1, 1950 in Boise, Idaho) is a recording artist, songwriter, studio engineer, guitarist, and inventor. He has been active in the music business since 1977. He is also the leader/producer of country rock band The Tractors.


Ripley attended Glencoe High School in Glencoe, Oklahoma.As a producer, recording engineer, and studio musician, he has worked with Bob Dylan (on Shot of Love) and on the Shot of Love tour , with J. J. Cale (on Shades, 8, and Roll On), and he produced Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown and Roy Clark (on "Makin' Music".)

Ripley started Ripley Guitars in 1982. He created guitars for Steve Lukather, J.J. Cale, John Hiatt, Ry Cooder, Jimmy Buffett and Eddie Van Halen before moving to Tulsa to buy Leon Russell's former studio called "The Church Studio." In 1994 he formed the country band The Tractors. In 2002 he created his own record label (Boy Rocking Records) to produce artists including The Tractors, Leon Russell and The Red Dirt Rangers. ("Ranger Motel") In 2009 he produced a 20 part radio series on the history of Oklahoma Rock and Roll that aired on Oklahoma public radio stations called:Oklahoma Rock and Roll with Steve Ripley.


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