FCE is full of Music!

One of the things that we are really excited about with Four Color Eulogy is the quality of the music that is included in the film!

Abby-violinThe incredibly talented ABBY STAHLSCHMIDT is not only a fantastic violin player (you can see her perform with the Trans Siberian Orchestra Experience) and a successful model (you can see her in ads for fashion, makeup, bridal, dresses, etc..), but she is an actress and a fantastic singer.

 

clockworkCLOCKWORK has a couple of songs featured in the comic book shop of Four Color Eulogy and these amazing young musicians are definitely going places.

patrickPATRICK CONWAY worked in radio with FCE Producer Gayle Gallagher years and years ago. She was a fan of the bands he played with in St. Louis, and now that he is in Texas and doing solo work, she sought him out to include his music in the soundtrack.

manitoba MANITOBA ROCK N ROLLA was one of the first bands signed up for the soundtrack of Four Color Eulogy. MRR had met some of the filmmakers at a convention when they were touring with previous films, and when they found out a new film was in the works, they immediately offered music for the soundtrack.

rhyan3Tony from MRR then recommended RHYAN SPRAGUE as a talented young singer, and her song Cardboard City is featured in the film as well.

 

 

307357_588980566728_116708198_nThe bartender in Four Color Eulogy is played by TAYLOR PIETZ, who is incredibly multi-talented – she acts, she sings, she dances, she plays piano… and she composed and performed the opening song “Color Me” for the film Four Color Eulogy.

 

Check out this short sampling of the music featured in FOUR COLOR EULOGY.

 


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