The show Lucifer is loved among many people, myself included. The actors are amazing in their roles, the themes of the episode are thought provoking and, something noteworthy, the soundtrack is INCREDIBLE ! The soundtrack includes many different artists such as Cage The Elephant, David Bowie, The Black Keys and Led Zeppelin (Just to name a few).

However, Tom Ellis himself, the actor who plays Lucifer Morningstar, will sometimes play and sing covers of songs on the piano within the episodes. The covers range from Bob Dylan's All Along the Watchtower  (Which was famously covered by Jimi Hendrix) to Nina Simone's  Sinnerman . The songs are beautifully performed yet, unfortunately, no professionally recorded version of these songs covered by Tom Ellis exist.

The aim of this petition is to convince Tom Ellis and Warner Bros. to record these songs professionally for the fans of the show and also for the people who enjoy brilliant covers of amazing songs. 

The show Lucifer is loved among many people, myself included. The actors are amazing in their roles, the themes of the episode are thought provoking and, something noteworthy, the soundtrack is INCREDIBLE ! The soundtrack includes many different artists such as Cage The Elephant, David Bowie, The Black Keys and Led Zeppelin (Just to name a few).

However, Tom Ellis himself, the actor who plays Lucifer Morningstar, will sometimes play and sing covers of songs on the piano within the episodes. The covers range from Bob Dylan's All Along the Watchtower  (Which was famously covered by Jimi Hendrix) to Nina Simone's  Sinnerman . The songs are beautifully performed yet, unfortunately, no professionally recorded version of these songs covered by Tom Ellis exist.

The aim of this petition is to convince Tom Ellis and Warner Bros. to record these songs professionally for the fans of the show and also for the people who enjoy brilliant covers of amazing songs. 

For Valerie June, songs are like living things. "They never leave my head and my heart,' June says. 'Once a song is born and it comes to me, then it can stay with me." Her next album, The Order of Time , celebrates that idea; the album is a collection of songs June has written over the past decade or so, and it is set to release on March 10, 2017.

Valerie June was recently in the Twin Cities to play a show at The Cedar Cultural Center in Minneapolis. The next day, June stopped at The Current to chat with Brian Oake and Jill Riley, and to play a few songs from the forthcoming record.

"The way I write songs is while I'm doing other things. I never sit down to write a song ever. If I'm writing with another songwriter and we've blocked off time in our day to sit and write songs, I'll do that. It's not always easy for me, but I'll do it, and usually I have to have a lot of popcorn involved!

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The show Lucifer is loved among many people, myself included. The actors are amazing in their roles, the themes of the episode are thought provoking and, something noteworthy, the soundtrack is INCREDIBLE ! The soundtrack includes many different artists such as Cage The Elephant, David Bowie, The Black Keys and Led Zeppelin (Just to name a few).

However, Tom Ellis himself, the actor who plays Lucifer Morningstar, will sometimes play and sing covers of songs on the piano within the episodes. The covers range from Bob Dylan's All Along the Watchtower  (Which was famously covered by Jimi Hendrix) to Nina Simone's  Sinnerman . The songs are beautifully performed yet, unfortunately, no professionally recorded version of these songs covered by Tom Ellis exist.

The aim of this petition is to convince Tom Ellis and Warner Bros. to record these songs professionally for the fans of the show and also for the people who enjoy brilliant covers of amazing songs. 

For Valerie June, songs are like living things. "They never leave my head and my heart,' June says. 'Once a song is born and it comes to me, then it can stay with me." Her next album, The Order of Time , celebrates that idea; the album is a collection of songs June has written over the past decade or so, and it is set to release on March 10, 2017.

Valerie June was recently in the Twin Cities to play a show at The Cedar Cultural Center in Minneapolis. The next day, June stopped at The Current to chat with Brian Oake and Jill Riley, and to play a few songs from the forthcoming record.

"The way I write songs is while I'm doing other things. I never sit down to write a song ever. If I'm writing with another songwriter and we've blocked off time in our day to sit and write songs, I'll do that. It's not always easy for me, but I'll do it, and usually I have to have a lot of popcorn involved!

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