Front Royal native makes movie debut

Front Royal native and Country musician Ryan Jewel made his theatrical debut in a new movie Two Sinners and a Mule that was released today.

Jewel has a small acting role and one of his original songs “Rest In Peace” will be featured as the outro in the movie.

The song was co-written by Daniel Leathersich and Ralston Walls with production by the renowned John Hansborough from his own Primer Blue Studios.

The movie is a Western that follows two ladies of pleasure who nurse an injured bounty hunter back to health to help them hunt down a bandit.

Some of the actors joining Jewel include Cam Gigandet, formerly of The OC and Twilight movies, Hannah James, a Madison County native, and Buck Taylor, known for his role in Gunsmoke.

The movie can be purchased for streaming on Amazon Prime, Google Play, or Vudu.

Keep an eye out for a movie release party hosted in Jewel’s hometown at a date to be named later.

Click here to listen to his song “Rest In Peace” off the movie’s soundtrack.

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News Maker Todd Jones on Warren County

Gazebo Gatherings continue in Front Royal this Thursday night Aug. 11 with local artist Ryan Jewel performing.

We have a few more gatherings occurring before summer’s end as well.

We spoke to Warren County’s Director of Technology Todd Jones in our latest news maker.

News makers are brought to you by Warren County Together We are Community.

Todd tells us about those performances and more in historic downtown Front Royal.

He also tells us about an upcoming event at Belle Grove Plantation as well.

Todd also gives some insight on the Warren County School Budget as well.

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