2 Cent Bridge is a creative audio house providing innovative musical content across multiple platforms.
Founded by William Longyear Mayo and Keith Reynolds in 2011, 2 Cent Bridge got their start composing for online ads and podcasts, before quickly securing featured placements on national television programming like “What Not to Wear,” “The Nate Berkus Show,” “Flipping Out,” and “All on the Line” within the year.
Outside of 2 Cent Bridge, Mayo and Reynolds have worked with award-winning musical artists, television networks and film directors to create original tracks for artist-driven albums, advertising campaigns, film scores and web shorts.
For more information about what we offer, or to discuss a specific project, email us at Info@2CentBridge.com. You can also get in touch on Twitter and Facebook.
2 Cent Bridge is proud to support Occupy Wall Street by donating a track to the latest video from Occupy Animators, 'What Is Occupy Wall Street About?" - via MoveOn.org, The Nation, The NY Observer.
"The NYC-based production team 2 Cent Bridge recently wrapped a number of projects. The company, founded by William Longyear Mayo and Keith Reynolds..." - via SonicScoop.com.
William Longyear Mayo, co-founder
After studying jazz and popular music performance and recording at University of Maine, Mayo started his career as a session musician in New York City in 2004. His guitar work can be heard on commercials, TV series, documentaries, webseries and Indie films, for brands such as Dimension Films, NBC, CBS, MTV and FOX.
Mayo’s work can also be heard in live music venues all over New York City and Brooklyn, having played with a variety of artists in pop, rock, soul, jazz and bluegrass groups over the years. It’s this variety of influences and an openness to all genres that has led to a fruitful career.
Mayo is a founding member of Brooklyn-based band, Black Taxi. The band tours nationally, performing to sell-out crowds, and has released 3 EPs and 2 full-length records.
Keith Reynolds, co-founder
Recruited out of high school to tour with Arista/Tommy Boy recording
artists Rustic Overtones, Mr. Reynolds soon moved to New York to study
composition at the Manhattan School of Music. Shifting his attention to
the technical aspect of production, he obtained an internship at Quad
Studios, where he met noted recording engineer and producer Robert
(LB9000) Dorsey. Reynolds signed on as Music Director for Dorsey’s
company, Brought To Life Music, where he has worked on projects ranging
from Hip-Hop to Indie Rock with clients including The Roots, Rahzel,
Solange Knowles, The Postelles, Lyfe Jennings, M.L., Beredda, Black
Taxi, Kelly Rowland, and Michelle Williams.
Independently, Mr. Reynolds has played keyboards for Lauryn Hill &
Jimi Kendrix, composed and arranged music for The
National Hockey League (King Size Music), G-Unit Records & Audible.com, and produced & co-written with many artists,
including Rell, Red/X, Africa Miranda, Drewbix (Heavy Hitters Music) & Tess. More information can be found at THEmrReynolds.com.