The Spector 45 Documentary Premieres Tomorrow in Deep Ellum

We've talked about this documentary before, and now it will be shown to the public on Wednesday, June 12 (tomorrow). 45, a film by Jonathan Buchner, will be screened twice tomorrow night at 2625 Main Street. The first showing is at 8 p.m. and the second is at 10. Seating is limited to 200, but there will be plenty of standing room. We'll have plenty more to say about the movie later this week, but for now, take it from us: Either get there early and find a seat or wear some comfortable shoes.

See also: -An interview with director Jonathan Buchner -R.I.P. Spector 45 Front Man Frankie Campagna

If you saw Spector 45 live, have been affected by the lives of Frankie Campagna and Adam Carter, or just wonder why there are so many black-and-white hearts with 45 around Deep Ellum and Fair Park, make plans to come.

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