Music Videos

 

Catonsville: Music City Maryland trailer. Song is “Stress” by Lumber. Song written by Jeff Neuman. ©️Copy right protected. Theater release slated for 2019


 

 Catonsville: Music City Maryland Trailer #2. Film is slated for release in May 2019. ©️2019.


Catonsville: Music City Maryland Trailer #3. Film release May 17th, 2019 at 7pm at Hoyt’s West Nursery Cinema in Linthicum. ©️2019.


“The Glow” by Society Fringe Players from the album Act 1: Dawn. First song on The Big Opera. Written by Dave Linantud.

Dave Linantud – Guitar, Bass, and Vocals

Ryan Bowen – Drums

T Chris Johnson – Fiddle

Engineered by Brian Lutz

Mixed by John Grant

Mastered by Ian Burke

Produced by Dave Linantud and Brian Lutz

Copyright ©️2016

Available on iTunes @ Act 11 Dawn City by Society Fringe Players https://music.apple.com/us/album/act-11-dawn-city/1316385884

Visit Society Fringe Players on Facebook @ https://www.facebook.com/SocietyFringePlayers/

Video shot edited and produced by JD Barth & Sun Rider 9 Productions LLC


Sneak peek

In this sneak peek of the film, it shows how storytelling can become powerful when combining the narrative with raw footage and music that can shake the soul. In this scene of the Rev in Baltimore in the early 90’s you can sense the vibes and the energy from the live presence of the band Juice in this song titled “The Suit” from their self titled release. As the pit rages, Kevin Beebe describes how talented bands in the Baltimore scene simply were not being picked up by any of the record companies. Put your headphones on for this one. Other than the official trailer this will be the only sneak peek of the film before its spring release. ©️2019

Thanks to Josh Bolton for providing the footage.


Sporatic Sunjam

Beginning in the early years of High School, Paul Deboy, Joe Gallagher, Dennis Barth, and Ryan Bowen formed a cover band known as Feedback. Playing all the parties in and around Baltimore and even some clubs that allowed underage band members to play. Fast forward to college as this former cover band became an original song writing power house with a new name Sporatic Sunjam. The rest as they say is history.

Sun Rider 9 Productions is presenting the complete story from the Sunjam segment from Catonsville: Music City Maryland. The unedited and uncut version as told by the song writers themselves and friends alike.

From 1991 to present day here is a glimpse into the 28 year history that has yet to have an ending as the band still lives on playing sporadically throughout the years.

Check out Sunjam music @ https://sporaticsunjam.bandcamp.com/

All material is copyrighted ©️

 


“The Invite” by Sporatic Sunjam from the album Warehouse Tapes.

Written by Sporatic Sunjam

Copyright ©️1992

Recorded and engineered by John Grant at Secret Sound Studios. http://www.secretsoundstudio.com/

Video shot, produced and edited by Sun Rider 9 Productions.


“Elvis is God” by Society Fringe Players. From the album Act 1: Dawn. Written by Dave Linantud.

Dave Linantud – guitar, bass and vocals

Ryan Bowen – drums

Copyright ©️2018

Video footage of SFP filmed at the Ottobar in Baltimore in 2013.

Video produced and edited by Sun Rider 9 Productions LLC

 


A trio of surfing, skateboarding, and snowboarding in the cosmos.

Music by the Beastie Boys from the album Paul’s Boutique. ©️1989

Featuring the songs “Shake Your Rump”, “Egg Man”, and “5-Piece Chicken Dinner”.

Surfing footage by Chris Bryan Films @ http://www.chrisbryanfilms.com

Snow Boarding footage by SnowboardProCamp on YouTube

Skateboard footage from the film Catonsville: Music City Maryland

Video edited by Sun Rider 9 Productions

Another version with the Talking Heads and Bauhaus

Music by Talking Heads “Crosseyed and Painless” from the album Remain in Light.

And Bauhaus “Slice of Life” from the album Burning from the Inside.


Live from the 40th Anniversary of the Lansdowne Bowl. From the Stone Dust Riders album Volume One written by Sean Kearney. Film produced by Sun Rider 9 Productions. ©️ 2018

 


“Where’s My Wave” by the Loving Paupers from the album Lines. Copyright ©️2019

Available on iTunes @ Lines by The Loving Paupers https://music.apple.com/us/album/lines/1454354757

On Facebook @ https://www.facebook.com/TheLovingPaupers/

Edited and produced by Sun Rider 9 Productions LLC


“Busted” by Stone Dust Riders from the album Volume One. Written by Sean Kearney and recorded and engineered by Paul Kelley at the Shed.

Promo for Oktoberfest 2019 at Jennings Cafe in Catonsville, MD. Saturday October 19th 2-9pm.

Copyright ©️2018

Filmed by Thom Stromer, Will Berry, and Christine Edwards

Video produced and edited by Sun Rider 9 Productions LLC


“Home is Home” by Society Fringe Players from the album The Product.

Written by Dave Linantud

Copyright ©️ 2013

Video edited and produced by Sun Rider 9 Productions LLC


“Rock it With Me” by the Players Band from the album Live & Direct ©️2008

Live footage filmed by JD Barth

Video edited and produced by Sun Rider 9 Productions.


“It’s Hard” by Society Fringe Players. From the album Winter 1993. Written by Dave Linantud. Recorded and engineered at the Shed by Paul Kelley.

Dave Linantud – guitar and vocals

Paul Kelley – bass guitar

Will Berry – drums

Copyright ©️ 2019

Video footage of SFP filmed by JD Barth at Mums in May 2019.

Video produced and edited by Sun Rider 9 Productions LLC

 


This outtake from Catonsville: Music City Maryland discusses the power of music and its affects on cultures and society. One of the goals of this film was to bring forward the notion of just how powerfully unifying music is and how it’s kept this group of friends from Catonsville together over the course of a lifetime.

This clip was left out of the film simply because you already get this overwhelming sensation of unity without needing this addition of explaining music’s power.

Features songs from Stone Dust Riders and Society Fringe Players.


Skateboarding

If you lived in Catonsville during the 1980’s skateboarders took over the streets of downtown Frederick Road with kids riding to and from the music and record stores as well as to a number of options for skating ramps including quarter pipes and half pipes.

Parts of Cascade which was a old public bowl was dug up back behind Sorrentos on Route 40 during this time.

In this uncut segment from the film Catonsville: Music City Maryland, Pro Skaters Derek and Cabbage talk about the lifestyle of skateboarding and how this influence ties in with the art and music scene.

 


“West Mexico”

From the Music City Maryland Festival at Jennings Cafe in Catonsville May 18, 2019. Dave Linantud performing “West Mexico”. Written by Dave Linantud.

Audio recording from Travelogue II ©️2018

Circle 9 segments courtesy of “Cracker Gets the Cheese”

Visit SFP on Facebook @ https://www.facebook.com/SocietyFringePlayers/

SFP podcast @ http://societyfringepodcast.libsyn.com/

Filmed by Thom Stromer. Edited and Produced by Sun Rider 9 Productions LLC.


“Nostalgia”

Audio recorded and mixed at the Shed by Paul Kelley on May 3rd, 2019. New video footage filmed, edited and produced by Sun Rider 9 Productions. Old video footage from Cracker Gets the Cheese 1997.

Feeling “Nostalgic” true to it’s name. From the album If It Was Up Your Ass You’d Know It. ©️1996


“Pickett’s Charge” from the album War Between the States ©️2002. Performed by Circle 9 on May 3rd, 2019 at the Shed in Woodstock, Maryland. Audio recorded and mixed by Paul Kelley.

Filmed, edited and produced by Sun Rider 9 Productions.


“Song to Kass” performed by Circle 9 at the Shed recorded and mixed by Paul Kelley May 3rd, 2019. Filmed and produced by Sun Rider 9 Productions.

From the Album Spitting Seeds Millennium

Copy right protected ©️2000


The song “Moai” performed by Circle 9 at the Shed recorded and mixed by Paul Kelley May 3rd, 2019. Filmed and produced by Sun Rider 9 Productions.

From the Album the War Between the States

Copy right protected ©️2002


Cancelled Stamps performing “Common Ground” features Shannon Cassidy on vocals and guitar, Jen Pruitt on guitar and back up vocals, Dee Settar on bass and back up vocals, and Pete Roper on drums.

From the Music City Maryland Festival at Jennings Cafe in Catonsville May 18, 2019.

Audio track is from the debut cd release “Into the Western Wind” available on Band Camp @ https://cancelledstamps.bandcamp.com/album/into-the-western-wind.

Written by Cancelled Stamps. Recorded at Waterford Digital, Severna Park, MD in May 2018. Engineered and mixed by Frank Marchand. Produced by Cancelled Stamps and Frank Marchand.

Visit Cancelled Stamps on Facebook @ https://www.facebook.com/cancelledstampsbaltimore/

Filmed by Thom Stromer and aerial drone footage by Dennis Barth. Also includes some video footage by Keta Farreal. Edited and Produced by Sun Rider 9 Productions LLC.

Song is copyrighted ©️ 2018

 


 

Did you know? That in the summer of 1993 while Sunjam was performing at Max’s on Broadway in Fells Point, 2 gentlemen walked into the bar and asked to play a song. They just happened to be Glenn Tilbrook singer and guitarist of the UK band Squeeze and his touring drummer. Since Dennis had played “Pulling Muscles from the Shell” in a prior cover band he joined Glenn and his drummer on stage to play this incredible song. Accompanied by Paul Deboy doing back up vocals, here is the sound board recording of the song from that night digitally remastered. Were you there?


“Smooth Sailing” by the Players Band from the album Halftime. Song is copyright protected ©️ 2005 https://www.facebook.com/PlayersBandSka/

 

 


 

“Rocket” by Circle Nine from the album Bawdamoor. Filmed at the “If It Was Up Your Ass You’d Know It” CD release party at Orion Studios in Baltimore, MD. Circle Nine is Dave Linantud, Joe Gallagher, Dennis Barth, and Will Berry. Song is copyright protected. Copyright ©️ 1996

 

 


DOWNER FEST 2019

Promo video for the 2019 Downer Fest taking place October 12, 2019 at the Lansdowne Skate Park in Baltimore, Maryland.

Cinematography and photos by Rex Singleton.

Aerial drone footage provided by JD Barth.

“Steve the Dolphin” written by Sean Kearney and Jeff Neuman and performed by Stone Dust Riders.

“Stress” written by Jeff Neuman and performed by Lumber.