Seattle, WA, January 07, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Campaign for a new American Idol intro song.
(Proposed intro: a Sonny and Cher style duet, with Steven Tyler and Jennifer Lopez)
Michael Parish is calling for an immediate international boycott on the new season of American Idol, "until the old, dry, soulless musical introduction is replaced with a new sensational duet with judges Steven Tyler and Jennifer Lopez."
"At a time when American Idol executives are satisfied with an old, repetitive show structure," Michael says, "viewers need to rise up and remind the executives who is really driving this show, the fans and the ratings."
"This is an international boycott because Steven Tyler and Jennifer Lopez are international celebrity figures," according to Michael. "We are looking at widespread disappointment with the new season of American Idol if Steven Tyler and Jennifer Lopez are only going to talk, this would not be acceptable. This would be like Robin Williams holding back his humor as the judge for a standup comic contest. Like going to a beach where no swimming is allowed. It would be as senseless as giving someone a gourmet hamburger and allowing them to eat everything but the meat."
Michael is certain that a new recorded music introduction "showcasing the successful, benchmark talents of Steven Tyler and Jennifer Lopez would be absolutely apropos, as in appropriate, pertinent, well timed and satisfying to the historical connection of viewers to these two celebrities."
Michael Parish is a 45 year old USMC Veteran, carpenter and owner of a new music boycott lable in Seattle, WA who has posted a youtube video performing an American Idol intro song, with captions for Steve Tyler and Jennifer Lopez singing parts, in the proposed Sonny and Cher style duet: See You Tube link below.
Michael will post one boycott song a month on YouTube, leading up to the 2012 presidential election. Updates on facebook.com/calcoic.parish
Campaign song proposal: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g2c5EH40Kh4