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Music

The best kept secret in music

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"Enjoy Music Festival"

"Equals Four is a solid rockin' boy/girl combo that I had never seen or heard before and they make a pretty good bar-chord heavy rock ruckus with good harmonies and big hooky choruses."

Malcolm X Abram, Music Critic, Akron Beacon Journal, September 1, 2005 - Akron Beacon Journal


"Cry Baby Bridge"

Cry Baby Bridge is a short film written, directed and produced by David Walker. The film's director of photography is William DePalma. The film was shot on Pansonic's P24 digital format and edited on Finalcut Pro. Technical assistance and sound engineering was provided by Andy Adamovich of Videopro. The principle cast members, Sarah Walker and J.P. Moraga are both theater majors from Baldwin-Wallace College's Drama School. Ms. Walker is also a professional opera singer and Mr. Moraga is currently auditioning in New York for several Broadway shows.

Cry Baby Bridge features an original title song and soundtrack by the Akron-Ohio based band Equals Four. The tracks were recorded and engineered at The Lava Room recording studio in Cleveland. Denise Taylor, Equal Four's lead singer, co-wrote the film's theme song, Start Over with fellow band mates, Robert A. Johnson II and Andy Bellios. Start Over is available on the band's latest self titled CD, One guitar player, one singer, one bass player, one drummer, Equals Four.
Cry Baby Bridge took nearly six months to film as much of the shooting took place on location. Locations included a hotel in Lodi, a Greyhound bus station in downtown Cleveland, a bowling alley in Berea and an ice skating rink in Brooklyn, to name just a few. The story revolves around a runaway teenager (Orlando Santo played by J.P. Moraga) who is looking for redemption. After Orlando's father dies without his knowing, a newspaper reporter (April Young played by Sarah Walker) is sent to find him. That's when strange events begin to unfold. The ending will have you re-thinking the whole movie. Mr. Walker first wrote the script while he was a graduate student in Cleveland State University's Creative Writing Program. As a former still photographer who taught at the famous Rockport Workshops in Rockport, Maine, Mr. DePalma's camera work is rich and visually stunning.

Mr. Walker and Mr. DePalma first formed a creative relationship while working in the Multimedia Department at American Greetings. Both have long, successful careers in advertising and various visual mediums. Mr. Walker is currently a creative manager with iQ Digital, a media production company in Akron, Ohio. Mr. DePalma is an award-winning freelance editor and videographer. He holds a MFA from Ohio University's Film School. Cry Baby Bridge is schedule to be released in early summer 2005.
- David Walker - filmmaker


Discography

Self released EP - One Guitar Player, One Singer, One Bass Player, One Drummer, Equalsfour

Photos

Feeling a bit camera shy

Bio

Influences are, The Pretenders, Tom Petty, Steve Perry and Aerosmith. We are like a fine wine, that has aged well and has gotten amazing over time.