Tag: sustainability

Neil Young : “Who’s Gonna Stand Up and Save the Earth?” Challenge

Activist-Musician Donates His Song Freely For Other Musicians to Use SEP 30, 2015 – Last year Neil Young wrote a song called “Who’s Gonna Stand Up and Save the Earth?”, and he gave permission to any person, musician, whoever out there to use the words and music freely on social media, video and music, and […]

“Paradise/Keystone Pipeline” by the Keystone Pipeline Kops Calls for Massive Protest and Petition Against Keystone XL Pipeline

APR 2013 – To protest the Keystone XL Pipeline and Fracking, the Keystone Pipeline Kops have come together to say "Halt!" to the construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline, and recorded John Prine's great classic, "Paradise", with the lyrics updated for the times. We wanted the song to connect the trips to the outdoors we had as a child, and how we came to love the outdoors and become environmental activists to protect the rivers and woodlands we love so much. Because of the inevitable oil spills and the loss of wildlife and woodlands, as well as our air and water being poisoned, this song calls for a massive protest against the Keystone XL Pipeline, against the Tar Sands development, and against the dirty practice of Fracking. Check out the song below, and sign the JTMP petition on Change.org calling on President Obama to stop the construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline. We are looking for 100,000 signatures, which we will then present to the White House, so please sign today! Also, start or join a discussion on this issue at our JTMP Facebook Site: www.Facebook.com/JusticeThroughMusic.

PARADISE/KEYSTONE PIPELINE – Click the Gear Icon and watch in 720p or 1080p HD!

Earth Day 2012 on the National Mall Music Videos on JTMP Green!

APR 25, 2012 – Musician activists performed at Earth Day 2012 on the National Mall here in DC last Sunday to promote a green and sustainable lifestyle. The Chad Hollister Band was there and had DC legend tenor sax player Ron Holloway blowin' sax for them. Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Dave Mason brought his guitar and great songs, along with Cheap Trick who played a few of their classics for the sparse but dedicated activists who braved the rain calling for better treatment of Mother Earth. JTMP asks our supporters to try and "Mobilize The Earth" and do one green act today. One can switch out and incandescent light bulb with an LED or a CFL, we can walk to the store today and bring a cloth bag. We all can do small things to try and be as green as possible.

Check out the music videos over on JTMP Green!