Saturday, February 13, 2016

Extreme singer shoots video for Mumia film

Tigre Hill is shooting a video with Extreme frontman Gary Cherone on Sunday morning in Center City. The video is for a song that Cherone is contributing to Hill's upcoming film "The Barrel of A Gun," about the controversy surrounding Mumia Abu-Jamal, convicted in the 1981 murder of Police Officer Daniel Faulker.

Extreme singer shoots video for Mumia film

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Tigre Hill is shooting a video with Extreme frontman Gary Cherone on Sunday morning in Center City. The video is for a song that Cherone is contributing to Hill's upcoming film "The Barrel of A Gun," about the controversy surrounding Mumia Abu-Jamal, convicted in the 1981 murder of Police Officer Daniel Faulker.

The film premieres Sept. 21 at the Merriam Theater (250 S. Broad). Tix are on sale tomorrow, at kimmelcenter.org.

They're priced at $46.99 (4699 was Faulkner's badge number) or $100 for a VIP ticket, which gets you a good seat and an after-party at the Irish Pub (1123 Walnut). Faulkner's widow, Maureen, is here for Sunday's 23rd annual Irish Pub Tour de Shore, which supports the Daniel Faulkner Education Fund. Bicyclists leave the Irish Pub (2007 Walnut) for a 65-mile-ride to its sister location in A.C.

Click here to read more from our column in Thursday's Daily News.

 
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