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Saturday, January 5, 2013

Nashua native releases music video as tribute to Sandy Hook victims

Ben Proulx, a Nashua native, and Justin Cohen, a filmmaker and songwriter, have released a music video tribute to the victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings called “26 Angels.”

The video was filmed the day after Christmas, and 20 local children were used to represent each one of the students from Newtown, Conn., who died. ...

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Ben Proulx, a Nashua native, and Justin Cohen, a filmmaker and songwriter, have released a music video tribute to the victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings called “26 Angels.”

The video was filmed the day after Christmas, and 20 local children were used to represent each one of the students from Newtown, Conn., who died.

The duo’s goal is to create a viral video that will help the victims’ families heal.

The video has been uploaded to YouTube and can be viewed there at “26 Angels - Video Tribute.”

Proulx and Cohen are collecting donations for the victims’ families at presskit.to/26angels.

– ERIN PLACE