CE is very excited by the support, energy and feedback from DJs, radio stations and Clint Crisher fans around the globe from Run Baby Run The Remixes.
Crisher Entertainment is very excited by the support, energy and feedback from DJs, radio stations and Clint Crisher fans around the globe from Run Baby Run “The Remixes” which was released worldwide on June 17, 2008. Run Baby Run The Remixes was released worldwide on June 17, 2008. On July 21, 2008, the Danny James Radio Edit of Run Bay Run went on air across the USA when it landed on the ABC Radio Networks Fame Games Quarterfinal-show, edition 189 for the On Air/ Online Weekly International Music Competition. It landed on the 223, 224 and 225 Semi Finals on Fame Games and is currently a super contender on the weekly showcase which has the largest audience of any radio show of its kind. The Danny James Radio Edit aired in the “NEW MUSIC” rotation at PrideNation.com. “We love the song” stated PNN Radio Program Director, Corey White. “It fits our format and we believe it will be a hit with our audience”. Run Baby Run also hit the number two spot in its first week on Westsidewill.com Unsigned Artist Top Ten Countdown in Naperville, Illinois with 1000s of votes. After four weeks at number two, Run Baby Run landed on the No. 1 spot in its fifth week on the TOP 10 Chart on August 1, 2008. Run Baby Run The Remixes CD has 14 mixes from some amazing talent all around the world. The original release of Run Baby Run off Clints 15 song album Terrific Distraction went to No.1 in the UK on the Top 100 Mp3s chart on Sept. 23, 2007. The album was written by Clint Crisher and produced by Grammy Winning Producer Wayne Jobson and DJ BOOM.
DJ BOOM from Washington, DC has been a professional music producer for over a decade and has produced over a dozen tracks with Clint including Run Baby Run and the DJ BOOM remixes of It Can Happen To You. On the corporate side, he has worked for XM Satellite Radio as Production Director, NPR as a Syndicated Producer and Virgin Records in A&R. Boom is known for his classic break record series “Bare Bones” and “Boomski and Clutch” which sold over 300,000 copies worldwide. Owner of Listen Vision, DC’s 1 Recording Studio located at the entrance to Howard University. He has toured the world playing in the band The DBC (voted the best indie artist in 2001). Having won numerous awards and critical acclaim, he continues to produce for some of the hottest artist including: KRS-ONE, Jay-Z, Wyston Marsalis, Mobb Deep, T-Pain, Doug E. Fresh, Ghostface & Cappadonna, Black Buddafly & Fabolous, Eek-a-Mouse, Mr. Cheeks, MTV, Beastie Boys, DJ Rap, Talking Heads, Lil Flip, Barrington Levy, WPGC, The Smithereens, Deep Dish, BET, Roni Size, Crystal Waters and Yes
Danny James from Los Angeles, CA is a passionate, dedicated and innovative composer, producer and sound designer. For the past 6 years he has been 1/2 of the band, “Theory in Motion”. After the release of two full length albums (the most recent to be released on Systematica Records Jan 2008) and multiple performances across the US, Theory in Motion disbanded in the fall of 2007. Danny moved to composing music full-time for television, movies and commercials with Killer tracks (Universal Music Publishing), KAP Music Cues, Cleopatra Records, LA Music Project, Crisher Entertainment and Bad Ass Records. He also contributes as a sound designer for X Gen Studios, creator of online video games with over 3 million players monthly.
Peter Barona from Los Angeles first worked with Clint on the Blaine & Barona Big Room Mix of Spotlight that made Clint a Billboard Breakout Artist in January 2008. Peter began his musical journey early in life while watching his mother teach piano to young music lovers. Unbeknownst to her she was teaching her son a love of music as well, which would last him a lifetime. From that time on, he was drawn to music as a life force. After years of experience as a participant on the dance floor of clubs all over the country, he came to know first hand what excites club people; what brings them to an emotional and physical high. After deciding to become a DJ in the late seventies, Peter trained under some of Los Angeles’ best DJs and continues to remix and co-produce with DJ Manny Lehman, DJ Blaine Soileau, and DJ Rafael M. He has played a number of clubs and parties all over the country and Canada. Peter’s style can best be described as energy/progressive/tribal to meet and propel the crowd at whatever level it demands. He can feel the energy and manipulate it through his many years of personal participation on the dance floor. He continues to hone his talent and his relationship with music both as a DJ/Remixer/Producer.
Cary Stringfellow began his nightclub career in 1992 as manager of Salt Lake City’s first Super club “The Vortex” with a capacity of over 1,300. The club experienced extreme success for over 7 years. In 1999, Cary and his partners opened Club Axis. Not only did Axis win Salt Lake’s Best Dance Club for 5 years, it also was the official host to world athletes during the 2002 Winter Olympics. It was at Club Axis that Cary’s passion for music blossomed. He was the resident DJ for Salt Lake’s premier gay night with over 1,200 boys dancing with hands-in-the air every Friday night. With personal friends and mentors such as DJ’s Phil B, Neil Lewis, Twisted Dee, and Chris Cox, Cary was able to gain the technical skills and insight to mixing music flawlessly. You could always count on a musical joyride of soul, disco, driving beats, and powerful, uplifting vocals from Cary. In 2001, Cary headlined Latin Fever, Puerto Vallarta and returned every year since. Cary was always in demand playing San Francisco, Dallas, Austin, Houston, Salt Lake City, Mexico City, Monterrey, Leon, Guadalajara, Cuernavaca, Los Angeles, San Luis Obispo, Fire Island, Toronto, Hawaii and San Diego. He maintained residencies throughout the US and Mexico. Cary was selected to close the Folsom Street Fair weekend at the Real Bad 2007 party in San Francisco. He was also voted “Best up-and-coming DJ for 2008” by JustCircuit.mag. In July the Dance world lost one of the brightest stars in the new generation of DJ’s transforming the music scene but his music lives on forever. In loving Memory of our DJ for the big dance floor in the sky.
Hersh is one of the most solid and talented producers working today. He has recorded with and under the best without the name calling but all of which have appeared or own major labels around the world. After his split from the U.S. Marines in 1995 he formed his own career releasing tracks as a producer with “Streetlight Productions” studying under famed west-coast hip hop producer, ‘Fingazz’. If Hersh was to name some influences: Depeche Mode, BT, Timbaland, Neptunes and Timo Maas would be a given. Making music has and will forever be his passion.
Sam Philt from Holland who has been a dance music fan since he can remember, he was first introduced to the French house/Filter disco style at an underground party in Holland. After hearing Dutch underground superstar Kenny McLean spinning the funkiest tracks of the Daft Punk era, he knew he found his style and went and bought the entire discography of Thomas and Guy-Man. Sam started to DJ parties and festivals and slowly became good friends with Kenny. Kenny showed him the art of producing music and they even made a few tracks together under different aliases.
Richie-$-Rico from Connecticut has been producing his sound and style for several years. Born the son of a musician, Richie-$-Rico has adopted the sounds of the Latin culture. His versatility has given him the ability to cater to all genres across the board including: Hip hop, R&B, Reggae ton, Dance/house, Lounge, Reggae/ Dancehall, Dub, Jazz and Merengue. Rico has done remixes for Mary J Blige, Britney Spears, Kat DeLuna, Fantasia, Lloyd, and Jedi Mind Tricks.
Moog Lee from France is on the Indie Label DGA-FA