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Compilation albums are like speed dating. You spend a few minutes meeting a variety of artists over the course of an hour. Hopefully, you find someone you want to go out with again. For this project you don’t need to travel far. Catonsville is known as Music City, MD because dozens of musicians and music stores reside in town. Life Sounds Great showcases our diverse and talented artists.
By purchasing a copy, you are supporting the Catonsville 4th of July parade and fireworks. All proceeds go directly to the Catonsville Celebrations Committee. You can also digitally download your copy on CD Baby here.
If you meet someone you like, check out the bands’ contact information below. Most play around town (some around the nation), and all are available to play your next event. You better have a big space if you want the CHS Steel Band to show up.
Mike Geist of (We Are) Stone Mason
- Carry Me – Cinder Road
- Propose a Toast – The Silverites
- Top of the Hill – (We Are) Stone Mason
- Infinity Ruby – Acoustic Limit
- Rid of Me – Gordon Fog
- Can’t Get Away – Allison Dietz
- Second Gear – Rod Sebastian
- Callin’ in Rich – The Dive Bombs
- Save Me a Chair – The North Americans
- Maybe Someday – Jeremy Gilless
- Sweet 50 – CHS Steel
This project reflects the diverse talent thriving in Catonsville, MD. The music, art work, photography, and ideas were generously donated by the artists listed above. Additional thanks go to the Catonsville 4th of July Committee, Joe Gatto’s bass, Pat “The Captain” Dement for technical advice, Greg “Wall-to” Wall for the music education, Joe “Gringo” Schwartz for engineering advice, Dave “Carl” Broscious for creative writing, and CDigital for duplication.