Petition Tag - music

1. Bring twentyønepiløts to the Middle East!

I'd start with simply start with outlining that twentyønepiløts have never vpcome to the Middle East to perform so we the middle eastern clique want them to be here in this world tour of theirs.

We want them to come perform in Dubai or at least somewhere in Dubai, so to twentyønepiløts, Josh Dun, Tyler Joseph, Fueledbyramen, and the tour organizers oh and Mark as well please bring twentyønepiløts to Dubai!

2. Create the Kingston Atelier Arts and Agri-culture Center

The Kingston Atelier is a non-profit organization preserving the Princeton Nursery heritage by cultivating an art and nature community center.

The Princeton Nursery Historic District will be the perfect home for the new Kingston Atelier and Culture Center, “The place where arts and nature thrive”.

The KAC center will be symbiotic with the Mapleton Preserve maintaining fields to support organic gardening, wild-crafting activities and sustainable sculpture. Leveraging the historical significance of Flemer’s innovations and vision, the Center, working with the Atelier’s Micro-farmers will have an ongoing educational, cultural and live entertainment series that will serve the local community and school systems as field trip and recreational destinations.

Mapleton Preserve contains the historical heart of the Princeton Nurseries lands. In 2005, this 53-acre property was jointly purchased as open space, by the New Jersey Green Acres program and South Brunswick Township

Princeton Nurseries encompassed 1,200 acres in Plainsboro, Kingston, West Windsor, Princeton and South Brunswick and was the largest nursery in the world — and one of the most innovative. Mr. Flemer achieved international renown in the nursery and horticultural professions through his innovative selection and distribution of improved cultivars of shade and flowering trees.

3. Save the Broadview Public School Music Program

It has recently come to the attention of the parents of children at Broadview Public School that the current music teacher at the school, Ms. Leslie Bricker, will be retiring at the end of this academic year and Mme. Deschambault has made the decision to not replace her.

This news came as quite a disappointment and surprise to the parents as Ms. Bricker has done a phenomenal job of providing the students with an enriched music program that includes vocal and instrumental music, musical theatre, dance, as well as music theory. Several hundred students are involved each year in the extracurricular music programs at Broadview.

It is our understanding that, despite the change in French Immersion programs, there are several schools in the OCDSB that have added a position for a music teacher next year for K-6 students. Several other schools have increased the amount of music that is being taught by a specialist. If other schools can do this (and some of those schools also had teachers who were surplus to their schools), we ask why this is not the case at Broadview.

Were the french teachers consulted about whether they wanted to teach their own music, drama and dance? Do the teachers feel comfortable doing this? NO. The choirs, musicals, and extracurricular singing outings currently offered by the dedicated music director would certainly cease to exist as French teachers couldn't reasonably be expected to juggle their classes as well as offer a high-quality music program.

Music requires knowledge of musical language and vocabulary, and requires specialized experience to deliver the curriculum, which is quite complex. Furthermore, at this age the students need more direction with music than with many other subjects. It is a skill-based discipline.

Numerous studies and brain research have been undertaken that indicate the direct correlation between performance in music and higher scores in standardized testing in Math and Language. If our school board wants to improve Math scores, we should be increasing the presence of music in our schools, taught by qualified specialists. But there is more to it than that. Music fluency increases emotional resilience, increased empathy, increased self-confidence, and increased attention span and focus. There is also no substitute for playing or singing music in a group with your peers and friends.

We do not feel that music should be cut from programs. We do not feel that music should be sacrificed for other subjects. We strongly feel that music deserves its rightful place as a full part of the academic program, taught by a qualified music specialist.

4. HomeTown to Amsterdam

With this petition we want to show the Irish 6-piece-boyband 'HomeTown' how loved they are in the Netherlands and make many Dutch Homies' dreams come true by getting them to perform there.

Because everyone deserves a chance to see their favourite band live, right?

5. Bring Saied Music Store to Owasso!

When have you ever been in need of a simple box of reeds, or a replacement flip-folder for that Friday night football game just a couple of hours away? Now, this would usually be an easy fix, just run to your local music store, right? This is where the issue is.

Owasso is a busy and growing suburb and we are in dire need of a reliable, name-brand music store. Yes, there are two locations of Saieds Music in Tulsa, but that's a 25 minute drive there, and 25 minutes back, not to mention the traffic.

Placing a Saieds Music Store in Owasso would bring great service to the musical community, and a lot of business to the store. For instance, from the 6th grade through the 12th grade, in Owasso public schools there are roughly 900 band students alone, not to mention the many other mucisians outside of this school organization.

6. Yes! Anchorage Wants The Writer's Block Bookstore & Cafe.

This petition is intended to show widespread community support for bringing the Writer's Block Bookstore & Café to Anchorage, Alaska. They have acquired the property formerly known as Adults Only in Spenard.

The Writer's Block will be a community-oriented Alaska-focused bookstore, café, and restaurant, featuring events related to literature, local music, and the arts.

They are currently in the final stages of financing and need our signatures in support of this important addition to our community.

7. "We Didn't Start the Fire" 1989-2016

Billy Joel is one of the greatest American singer/songwriter's of our generation.

In 1989 he released an iconic song, "We Didn't Start the Fire" that chronicled American history from the time of his own birth to the present day.

8. Support our Own National Artists

For too long the Artists, Singers, Song Writers, Musician and others in the Creative Arts industry have suffered due to the lack of Copyrights. The direct effect of this has cause this industry to suffer year after year.

The main protection for the people who venture into this industry is Copyrights and Intellectual Property Rights. Without Copyrights and Intellectual Property Rights, we face extreme hardship trying to make a profit or any return on funds invested into this trade. Businesses and Corporations, big and small, decline to invest in us based on this mere fact.

We are underpaid and disrespected by big companies and promoters who exploit or creativity for their own financial gain. Even at a Governmental level we are treated as third class citizens, and there is a high level of discrimination as it pertains to shows held on behalf of the Government. The organizers for these events constantly choose the artist for these events and payment methods based on friendships and association.

As citizens and tax payers, we deserve to be afforded protection by law to our intellectual properties.

9. Keep Poi Story at Home

Camp Okihi has been the home to the Central Valley’s first and only arts and music festival, Poi Story, since 2012.

People travel from all over California to be a part of this festival and anticipate it annually. The local economy is boosted with visitors and locals buying camping equipment, groceries, fast food, gas, decorations, art, and so much more. Poi Story encourages attendees exploration of their individuality and creativity by decorating their campsites, creating art installations, interacting in activities such as painting in the fully themed art area, writing a positive statement on an art wall, chakra clearing, reiki readings and much more.

There is a drum circle using recycled water containers, old buckets, and acoustic drums around the fire pit to promote comradery and music, with the idea that as soon as you lay your hand on a drum, you are a drummer. The event also utilizes art vendors, local food and drink vendors, and non profit organizations that bring awareness to alcohol and drug abuse and education on keeping our lands clean. Using the "leave no trace" term, the event encourages campers to clean up after themselves and others using various methods such as "moop" cleanup (material out of place) to help make sure even a candy wrapper gets picked up and allows clean up crews to collect recyclables to recycle for themselves. In addition, safety is also considered by using security and a local retired fireman to watch over things.

In addition, Poi Story provides entertainment from Polynesian inspired performances and belly dancing performances at the amphitheater and a wide variety of music to dance to at a stage. There's even been a wedding at the amphitheater during Poi Story because Poi Story meant so much to the couple.

Camp Okihi has a uniqueness that Poi Story needs; camping, feasibility, a unique amphitheater for performers, barbeque pits and the burn pits for the drum circle each night. It has what people have come to expect.

A small amount of residents in the area have complained about the annual event because of the noise. Not any type of violence or impending danger... noise. A valid noise complaint this past year did not even exist, yet Poi Story is in danger of not being able to be held there any longer and a petition was unknowingly signed against the event. We (the promoters) understand that they live in a remote area for a reason, but we also know that it is not always quiet as the Bakersfield Soccer Park is directly across the river from Camp Okihi. Poi Story is one time a year for two nights and there weren't even substantiated problems this past year. In fact, a ranger voluntarily came out to make sure nobody was bothering the event. In past history, park rangers have made comments about liking what the event offers, being irritated at the complaintants calls because they could see we were within the sound permit and were cooperating with the rangers, and also liking what the event is bringing to Bakersfield.

We ask the residents be rational knowing this is only one time a year for two nights and see what the event actually brings to the community. We ask that the County Park and Recreation Department reconsider their decision to stop the event from using Camp Okihi. The decision was made without contacting Stereo Type Productions or investigating what this event actually is or provides and promotes to the community versus claims of a simple correctable issue of noise two days of the year.

10. Stop Government Assaults on Music

(To keep the petition short and concise we have posted our fully referenced, extended Preamble on our website )

To the Honourable President and members of the Senate in Parliament assembled:

We are a group of Australian Residents, Mums, Dads, Grandparents, Family Members, Organisers, Promoters, Business Owners, Musicians, Artists and Young People who are opposed to the alienation and marginalisation of youth in Australia, in the form of Government 'crackdowns' on music events.

The petition of the undersigned shows:

The current attack on Electronic Dance Music events (specifically) has caused community wide witch-hunts to shut down anything and everything that youth find even remotely entertaining or interesting - thus driving them further towards unfulfilling and deeply depressing lives where drugs and/or alcohol fill the void.

Fuelling community vexation, NSW Premier Mike Baird, NSW Police Minister Troy Grant and numerous Police Commanders and Commissioners have all repeatedly impressed on the public that the 'nature of the entertainment [EDM] is intrinsically linked to illicit drug use', commonly labelling EDM events as 'a breeding ground for wild behaviour, sexual assaults, violence and underage drinking' among other derogatory and Ad Hominem attacks.

As any loving family member well knows, consistent negative dialogue can only serve to CAUSE anger, resentment and mental health issues in young adults, as does reducing quality of life and choices of entertainment.

Additionally, Australians are being prevented from privacy and undisturbed use of their own homes and many tax-payers (promoters, organisers and venues) are loosing business and/or going bankrupt due to forced closures for no other reason than hosting dance parties for youth.

Hence, we beg the Honourable President and members of the Senate to recall, throughout history it has been proved time and again that assaults on entertainment and music are ineffective in addressing drug-culture. And to please also consider those who are being adversely affected, some to devastating degrees, by the current assault.

11. Support Melton Theatre – Sign our Petition!

Melton Theatre; part of Brooksby Melton College, is delighted to be celebrating its 40th birthday this year. As one of the town’s biggest attractions the Theatre has a rich history of providing the local and wider communities with a wide range of shows, events and entertainment all year round, and has welcomed many well-known and well-loved guests over the years.

Brooksby Melton College is committed to ensuring its facilities are entirely fit for purpose for the communities that it serves, and therefore plans to develop Melton Theatre to provide a much more modern and user friendly facility. The new facility will allow them to further build on the exciting programme of shows and events currently on offer and will provide a state-of-the-art training space for all Performing Arts students too.

The development itself would take around 6 months to complete and they will work hard to minimise the impact that this development will have on our communities.

Melton Theatre’s audience grows year on year, and in 2015 they welcomed over 26,000 people, which brings significant benefits to local businesses, with 18% of the audience travelling from outside of Leicestershire. The Theatre also supports 18 community groups to deliver a series of shows throughout the year.

We are starting a petition which will demonstrate the importance of allowing this development to take place, not only to Melton Theatre and future students, but to a large number of community groups, local businesses and Melton Mowbray itself.

We would very much welcome your support, please take a few moments to sign this petition.

You can view the plans via the following link: http://publicaccess.melton.gov.uk/online-applications/simpleSearchResults.do?action=firstPage

Thank you.

12. Remaster and release David Cassidy's Old Songs and Vintage Concert Footage

David Cassidy took the music world by storm like no one else, with his unique voice, electrifying concerts and passion for his art.

The millions of fans who saw David during that incredible and unforgettable era will know he simply offered the best experience. Today we ask that the vintage concert footage and previously unreleased songs are unearthed, digitally restored and released.

We know all those concerts were filmed in their entirety from Madison Square Garden to the Melbourne Cricket Ground along with all six shows at Wembley's Empire Pool, Manchester, White City and concerts from across the world.

13. Pre-Release "All God's Children Have Knives" To Your Fans! We Can't Wait Another Month!

J. Han Will Release His New Album "All God's Creatures Have Knives" on the 30th of March. As fans of Cotton, we are impatient.

We demand him to give us access to a pre-release stream.

14. Make ShawnAccess an App

This is a petition that will be heard by Shawn's record so that ShawnAccess can be made into an app.

15. My Chemical Romance reunion 2019+!

My Chemical Romance (often abbreviated as MCR) was an American rock band from New Jersey, formed in 2001. The band consisted of lead vocalist Gerard Way, guitarists Ray Toro and Frank Iero, bassist Mikey Way and keyboardist James Dewees. Shortly after forming, the band signed to Eyeball Records and released their debut album I Brought You My Bullets, You Brought Me Your Love in 2002.

They signed with Reprise Records the next year and released their major label debut Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge in 2004; the album was a commercial success, and was awarded platinum status a little over a year later.

A fan on the internet has noted some very interesting changes to the My Chemical Romance Official Website. According to the post, things on the site such as bio updates and suspicious hyperlinks referencing an upcoming tour have all been altered on the site. Check out the post – see for yourself.

http://www.flippenmusic.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/mcr.png

16. 5sos come to Nigeria , Africa

You guys would not believe how unlucky we are, like no-one ever comes here (Nigeria) the only place stars go to in Africa, is South Africa which sucks cause they have fans in Nigeria too. You guys don't know how much I have cried because when they are in South Africa , they are so close yet so far and it is really painful . for 3+ years now , been anticipating to meet them.

5SOS HAS JUST BEEN SO AMAZING AND THEY'RE GROWING UP LIKE I WAS HERE SINCE LUKE WAS WITHOUT A BEARD AND NOW HE'S GOT ONE HAIRY ONE LKE OMFG THEY'RE GROWING UP SO FAST AND IHAVE NOT EVEN CAUGHT A GLIMPSE OF THEM.

Even if its just for a week or 2 days. I just want to experience that feeling of meeting your idols, just to say thank you for everything they've done for me and our amazing fandom. If you sign this petition, you will be giving me the support to meet them.

PLEASE SIGN THIS PETITION AND SHARE WITH YOUR FRIENDS. THANK YOU . EVERYONE THAT SIGNS THIS I TRULY, TRULY APPRECIATE IT, AND I LOVE YOU. XOXO

17. Bring the ear buds back to Pine Forest High School

The principal has made more rules for the High school, I understand for during classes not to have them because education comes first.

I at least want them to allow them back for the commons or during lunches, that's when they took mine.

Music for me is a stress relief and wearing ear buds is better than blaring the music through the school or having others look at you badly for it.

How do you feel about the removal of the ear buds?

18. Bring Joe Walsh to Fort Wayne!

It has been rumored that Joe Walsh is going to be playing in Fort Wayne in the near future, however, as far as I know there has not been a date set.

It is my dream to have him come to Fort Wayne and I really want to encourage this show to happen!

19. Get The Video Diaries Back

Did you enjoy One Direction's video diaries? We miss them so much so we tought that it was necessary let them know it.

We are a strong fandom and we can do everything.

20. Petition for Mike Davis to Make a Tutorial

Because in the music community, especially in the gospel music community, there are literally hundreds of thousands of church musicians that rely upon their ability to play the organ or piano in such a way that they are in accordance with the contemporary styles of this era! Meaning, it is essential to learn the current array of chord voicings!

Mike Davis, a renowned and gifted musician from the State of Connecticut has the right ability and chord voicing vocabulary that is so prevalent for today's musician! His videos are extremely popular throughout the country and featured on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube etc! This petition would perhaps coax him into providing us with some sort of video tutorial that would inspire, educate and bless, if you will so many of us who really want to learn!

Mike Davis is extremely gifted and has found the right combination of chord voicings that would grace the music ministries throughout this country and the world!

In short, he has the goods, and would love for him to share it with us! This, coming from an accomplished musician myself, with a published music instruction manual no less! So, I can sincerely vouch for the validity of this proposed petition!

21. Cefnogi Llanffest / Supporting Llanffest

Helpwch alleogi Llanffest i parhau a tyfu!

Help Llanffest continue and thrive!

22. Save The World School of Rock and The 7 C's

People and passion vs power and money.

Sandy and Aldie have poured their passion, love and conviction into the creation and development of the 7 C's Foundation.

Mike Cilliers is leading a breakaway group to take the dream away from the originators. This breakaway group does not have the passion or the commitment to the 7 C's to even apply them! In fact, one of the first things they have removed is communication and they continue to do so.

The goal of this petition is simply to get the rock school tutors, the trustees, Mike and Lee to get together and discuss about the best way for the 7 C's to move forward, bearing in mind the events that occurred at the last board meeting.

To avoid distortion of the facts from both parties, we wish the meeting to be recorded on video.

If the petition brings this goal about then it can be considered a success.

Please, please sign, otherwise Sandy and Aldie are going to lose their dream.

23. Bring Back American Idol

It has come to my attention that Fox has cancelled American Idol, its most popular show and the highlight of my year since age 10.

I believe that Fox is making a big mistake.

American Idol is one of the first TV talent competitions in the USA and deserves to continue on the air.

24. Change MTV back to a music channel or change the name

MTV stands for Music Television. In 1981, MTV launched showing predominantly music videos, music related news, and other music related programming. This format remained until the early 90's when, "The Real World" and other programming not related to music began to emerge.

This non-music programming has completely devoured the MTV programming schedule.

I recently reviewed currently daily ramming schedules to find that not one moment was devoted to music.

25. BTS TRB IN COLORADO

BTS are going to have a tour in the US and they've chosen 4 lovations; NYC, CHICAGO, DALLAS and LA. However, there are a lot of kpop and BTS fans in Colorado and we would like our own TRB concert.

Also, other fans from our surrounding states would appreciate it if they had a closer choice considering Colorado is in the middle so it's easier for those fans who are also in the central states.

Please help CO armys get the chance to see their favorite idols.

26. Bring Google Fiber to Augusta

For too long we have been held back by the monolpoly of Comcast and their sub-par performance and customer service. Unscheduled outages, low speed peak traffic hours, and overpriced internet are a thing of the past. Google Fiber is launching, and they are coming out fast.

We deserve internet speeds that can support our ever growing technological lives. Many people pay $70 to $80 for internet speeds that are promised to reach "up to 50 Mbps", but those speeds are far and few between and intermittent at best. Google Fiber is $100/month and can take care of all of your home networking needs. Your television streaming eliminates the need for cable or satellite services.

Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP) telephone services eliminate the need for ATT, Comcast, and other telephone providers. With Google Fiber, all of those needs are not only satisfied, but the expectations are well exceded. With speeds of 1 Gbps (that's 1000 Mbps; more than 20x's faster than the fastest internet you can purchase today) for only $100, you can eliminate the need for those other bills.

It becomes infinitly easier to stream your television shows, surf the web, download music, upload pictures, and more. That 1 Gbps speed is not only the download speed, but it is the upload speed as well. Compare that to the 15 Mbps that you may be getting now, and it becomes clear that this is a technology that we need in the this rapidly expanding economy. Sign the petition, and lets get the internet speeds and freedom that we deserve.

27. Creating a Lasting Tribute to Oscar Hammerstein

Grandson Will Hammerstein wants to preserve Oscar Hammerstein's home in Bucks County to become a living arts center.

http://www.newsworks.org/index.php/local/item/77233-grandson-thinks-big-to-save-oscar-hammersteins-farm-in-bucks-county-photos?l=cf

Article and link to Academy Awards tribute to Hammerstein's work

http://bucks.happeningmag.com/oscar-hammerstein-sound-music-doylestown/

28. Save The Goddess of Love

For the Love of Music.
For the love of our community.

The Goddess of Love has stood strong for 8 years and Reigns high above any other virtual Music space in Second Life. We would love the opportunity to keep this wonderful club, which many call 'home', open and serving the vast community it reaches around the world, 24 hours a day 7 days a week.

Each of us has our own individual memories of being at 'GOL' and we want the club open so we can go forward and continue making new ones.

29. Save live music at the pub

This petition is to raise objections to the proposed development of the land next to The Pub, Lancaster. The proposed development will include domestic residences.

If these are built the surrounding area, which includes The Pub will be re-classed as a residential area. This means that anyone living in these flats will be able to complain about any excessive noise in the area and this could very well mean an end to what we all love - live music at The Pub.

30. Keep Michael Jackson in the R&R Hall of Fame

It has been confirmed that Michael Jackson is going to be removed from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on January 24, 2015.

This is not only upsetting to his many fans, but also unnecessary.

The King of Pop belongs in the Hall of Fame as a historic icon of music.