Bring Kesha & The Creepies To The Canfield Fair

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I know your obvious reaction is "Kesha at a country event" but hear this petition out before passing judgment. Kesha has spend a majority of the past year playing small venues about the size where the annual Canfield Fair concert takes places along with playing many fairs, festivals & college shows! Her and her band 'The Creepies' have been playing these shows to help bring more awareness to the #FreeKesha movement and so Kesha can finally have a chance to perform her popular songs how she has always wanted them to be heard to her audiences. In recent years the fair has brought Reba, The Band Perry & Halestrom all acts from the country and rock spectrums of music. Well Kesha and her new band The Creepies fit perfectly into this spectrum! Don't believe that the 'Tik Tok' girl from 2010 can pull off this style of music in 2017 and want some proof? Look up Kesha & The Creepies performances and listen to new renditions of her popular songs such as 'Your Love Is My Drug', 'Timber', or 'Blow' to hear how that rock sound can come from the girl you once knew as the early 2010's party Animal. Listen to her covers of Dolly Parton's 'Jolene' and 'Old Flames' to witness for yourself just how well this once popstar and her new band can not only make Rock N Roll hits that Joan Jett could have easily sang in the golden age of rock music but also do country legends such as Dolly Parton herself justice.

Sign this petition to bring an act to the fair that a younger generation can look forward to seeing at the yearly concert with their families and so an artist can have another chance to bring her newly formed band to a brand new audience to help raise awareness to continue her path to freedom of creative control and to be freed from her alleged abuser one glitter filled and rock feast show at a time!



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