Stars of the local music scene, Field of Kings, have one more accomplishment to add to their growing list. Two of their songs will be featured in a documentary about historic downtown New Albany. Philip Collins and Daniel Frank are responsible for the documentary titled New Albany: City by the River. According to the press release, the documentary film "tells the story of New Albany's past and sheds some light on the people that are breathing new life into the downtown area." The film's premiere is set for Wednesday, December 18th at the Grand Theater in downtown New Albany at 7pm. Doors will open at 6pm, and a reception will follow the film from 8-9pm. Admission is $10; student admission is $8. Visit www.newalbanydoc.com for more information.
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