Wednesday, July 31, 2002 - Black Sabbath songs covered by medieval music band Rondellus
Damien Jurado - official site. Includes news, tour dates, discography, blog, and links
Studmenn - pop band from Iceland. Features biography, discography, and photos
Patria Jacobs - features biography, MP3s, CDs, vinyl, Flash animation video, and more
John Ford - former bassist from The Strawbs. Includes music samples, photo gallery, biography, and show dates
Heavy Cream - offers a history, biographies, lyrics, sound clips, pictures, and more

Sunday, July 28, 2002

Rayne Country - country music song lyrics
Prometheus Radio Project - created by radio activists to facilitate the growth of the Free Radio Movement and present an organized demand for the democratization of the airwaves - music community with over 25,000 guitar tabs, music news, forums, and links
The Murmurs - official site with info, discography, images, and audio

Friday, July 26, 2002

Rock And Roll Confidential is a humor/satire site intended for adults. None of the news stories we publish should be taken seriously or considered to be remotely true by anyone

Thursday, July 25, 2002

Cakewalk - magazine for art, music, film, and sometimes the natural sciences
Punktastic - it's punk, it's fantastic. Includes news, reviews, interviews, band listings, forum, and more
Someday Never - releases, reviews, bands, and labels with an alternative, indie, and punk bent
Private Jazz Internet Radio - online station dedicated to classic commercial free jazz
Hillside Festival - music festival showcasing a diverse range of perfomers and artists - July 26-28, 2002, Guelph, Canada
Mates of State - San Francisco-based husband and wife duo playing minimalist yet robust pop melodies with elaborate harmonies
Dave Carter and Tracy Grammer - official site for the folk duo
Seismic FM - New York-based artist fusing trance, intelligent techno, and ambient sounds
Ron Kendricks - singer and impressionist whose vocal repertoire includes Johnny Cash, Roy Orbison, Merle Haggard, Willie Nelson and others

Wednesday, July 24, 2002

The Casey Jones Band - good old rock and roll band based in Texas. Includes song samples, pictures, and band member biographies
Bidaia - world music from the Basque Country inspired by traditional dance melodies and rhythms. Performed with vocals, hornpipe, hurdy-gurdy, Moroccan darbouka, and Andalusian cajon
Voices of New York - features popular songs composed by a variety of artists and celebrities sung by real New Yorkers

Tuesday, July 23, 2002

Aural Delight. . . an eclectic guide to internet radio - by Lisa Kirt
Marsden Jazz Festival - formal jazz events and informal sessions over one weekend held in the village of Marsden, West Yorkshire - official site. Australian pop singer and TV personality. Site features photos, sound bytes, and text messages from Katie
Cynthia Alexander - official website of a Filipina singer-songwriter, arranger, producer and multi-instrumentalist who released a debut album, Insomnia and Other Lullabyes
Cathy Kelly - includes downloads, background details, and more
Bernie Marsden - official site with pictures, gig info, guitar collection, and cd store of rare recordings

Monday, July 22, 2002

Dodgeville Blues Fest 2002 - Saturday, July 27
For The Design - playing progressive, indie, emotion-driven rock. Site features lyrics, pictures, bios, show information, and more

Sunday, July 21, 2002

Sept. 17-21, 2002 Poppy Mountain Bluegrass Festival - This is the grandaddy of all Bluegrass Music Festival and by far the largest. Poppy Mountain is one of the most incredible events you will ever attend
Fargo Blues Festival - August 17 and 18, 2002
The first Glynllifon Folk Festival takes place 28th - 30th June 2002, near Caernarfon, North Wales
Glassel Gig is the Northeast's largest charitable 12 hour open-air music festival featuring music varying from high-energy rock, pop, indie & bratbeat rock 'n' roll through to cajun, rhythm & blues & ceilidh style rock
The First Annual Dewey Beach Music Conference and Festival will be held on September 27 and 28, 2002 at The Baycenter located at the Ruddertowne Complex in Dewey Beach, Delaware
4th annual Santa Fe Thirsty Ear Festival - August 30 - September 1, 2002
The third annual Montreal International Celtic Festival will be presented on August 10 - 12 on the beautiful grounds of the Douglas Hospital in Montreal. There will be dozens of international and local bands, such as la Bottine Souriante and Sharon Shannon

Saturday, July 20, 2002

Trybesmen - Nigerian hip-hop group. Includes bios, videos, news, and more
Witnness Festival - official site for the annual festival
Tribute to Brian May - nonsensical tribute to the Queen guitarist featuring lots of funky animated stuff
Victor Vázquez - Official site for world renowned trombonist. Filled with exclusive photos, tour dates, interviews and news
Billie Holiday - official site. Biography, career summary, photos, quotes, and more

Friday, July 19, 2002

Exitmusik - forum dedicated to electronic music in Singapore
Gemma Hayes - Irish singer/songwriter full of wrenching melodies, lo-fi ballsiness, and refreshingly naive observations
Dean Hall - official site offering a biography, lyrics, pictures, and music and video clips
Moonshine Blues Band - plays tightly knit blues jams and wails out classic rock n' roll

Thursday, July 18, 2002

Creetown Country Weekend - provides details on the country music festival featuring 21 bands, a street fair, and children's entertainment
Irishanna - official site of the Louisville rock band
Cooshee - provides information on the alternative rock band, upcoming gigs, music clips, and pictures

Tuesday, July 16, 2002

Boombap Original Rap - focuses on the underground and old-skool hip-hop scene with interviews, reviews, news, release dates, radio, and more
Siren Music Festival - annual event at Coney Island sponsored by the Village Voice
Biohazard - official site
The dEvils - Stephen 'Tin Tin' Duffy and Nick Rhodes from Duran Duran teamed up again
Reggae Vibes - features news, articles, artist profiles, pictures, links, and more from the world of reggae
Mose Allison - official site with message board, interviews, concert schedule, booking info, and more
Kerfuffle - provides band biography, pictures, sound clips, and upcoming gigs
Chester Bach Singers - chamber choir performing in the north west of England and north Wales
Jimmie Lee Robinson - official site of the late guitarist
The Original Voodoo ChiLi - includes photos, music, tour dates and more for Tony Rio and his band

Monday, July 15, 2002

Ladyslipper is a non-profit organization whose primary purpose is to heighten public awareness of the achievements of women artists and musicians, and to expand the scope and availability of recordings by women
Kylie Minogue concert video banned In Malaysia
Celine Dreams - interpreting the dreams of Celine Dion fans from all over the world

Sunday, July 14, 2002

The International Songwriting Competition (ISC) is a new annual musical competition whose mission is to provide the opportunity for both aspiring and established songwriters to have their songs heard in a professional, international arena. ISC is designed to nurture the musical talent of songwriters on all levels, and promote excellence in the art of songwriting. Amateur and professional songwriters and musicians are invited to participate
Taylor Barton - new CD "Dry Land" out this fall coinciding with a debut book release, Hotheaded Saints

Saturday, July 13, 2002

Merritt Mountain Music Festival - inludes an artist roster, as well accomodation and ticket information for this annual country music event - based on the Big Island of Hawai`i, offers Hawaiian and World Music from the source. NativeNotes newsletter features interviews from noted artists
Least Essential Albums of the '90s - humorous look at the decade's worst music. From the Onion A.V. Club
Cerys Matthews - official site for the ex-Catatonia singer. Keep up to date with her recording sessions taking place in Nashville
Soul Power - provides information on upcoming gigs, discography, and testimonials
Dirty Vegas - official site for the UK dance trio

Friday, July 12, 2002

Reech - contains band biographies, music downloads, details of live appearances, and more. Based in Dublin, Ireland
ASCAP Foundation - dedicated to nurturing the music talent of tomorrow, preserving the legacy of the past and sustaining the creative incentive for today's creators through a variety of educational, professional, and humanitarian programs and activities - weekly listening guide to classical music, including CD reviews, beginner's guides, forum, articles, and weekly musical quiz
Artis the Spoonman - web site of the legendary spoon player
David "Fathead" Newman - official site for this saxophone player
Xuefei Yang - classical guitarist from Beijing and recipient of the Recital Diploma from the Royal Academy of Music, London
Matthew Hinsley - tenor and classical guitarist. Biography, recordings, tour schedule, and more
Daniel Gaisford - biography, reviews, photos, and video of the American cellist
Woodstock PDS - downloadable software that manages music files, convers audio CDs into MP3 files, creates playlists, and tunes in to thousands of Internet radio stations - online sales of sheet music and scores for classical and popular music
All for MP3 - provides MP3 to WAVE, midi, WMA, VQF, OGG converter, and more
Muse.Net - a service that enables complete control and playback of all your digital music or media files from any Web browser or Internet connected PC

Thursday, July 11, 2002

Les Baton Rouge - work hard and play hard to raise awareness of feminism and equal rights while fighting for musical renovation
DanceStar 2002 - international dance music awards, taking place in London, Miami, and Hong Kong
Tony McManus - Scottish guitarist draws on traditions from Scotland, Ireland, Brittany, Galicia, Asturias, Cape Breton, and Quebec, along with jazz and east European music
Gnutella pioneer Gene Kan dies
Self Preservation Music - a label for downbeat hip hop and cinematic breaks. Includes sounds from DJ Steal, interactive areas, and more. Profits go to Amnesty International

Wednesday, July 10, 2002

Dotmusic - includes news, charts, artist profiles, reviews, interviews, and more
Ronnie Wood - guitarist with The Faces and the Rolling Stones, and printmaker displaying examples of his screenprints, etchings, and drypoints
Julia Fordham - official site
Angie Stone - official site. News, bio, multimedia, schedule, and more
Amro - news, bio, lyrics, photos, and more
Juanes - Colombian singer, composer, producer, and guitarist
Repo! The Genetic Opera - official site for the musical set in 2036. Think Rocky Horror meets Bladerunner

Tuesday, July 09, 2002

Recordare - offers digital sheet music and software using the MusicXML format

Saturday, July 06, 2002

Juan Martín - celebrated virtuoso of the flamenco guitar - fan site featuring biography, albums, photos, and more
Richard Thompson - official site
Sussex Piano Trio - trio of piano, violin, and cello based in South East England, playing works with Sussex links as well as mainstream classical repertoire
Between The Notes - classical musicians exploring the fusion of a wide range of musical influences

Friday, July 05, 2002

Badgered - includes downloads, band profiles, gig details, and more
Montango - performs the works of Astor Piazzolla and other well known Tango composers with live concerts featuring dancers and vocalists

Thursday, July 04, 2002

Southwick Jazz and Music Festival - Southwick, MA - annual community based and sponsored outdoor music festival
Cross Canadian Ragweed - bio, tour dates, music, photos of the band from Oklahoma
Hammer & Tongs - film and video production company, specializing in off-beat pop videos
Media Jukebox - official site for the media player that features CD ripping, MP3 encoding, CD burning, multiple media formats, DVD playback, and more

Wednesday, July 03, 2002

Route 66 Elvis Across America Roadathon 2002 - Starting on July 1, 2002, Mark W. Curran, 44, will drive Route 66 Westward from Chicago on a 30 day whirlwind tour as an Elvis Impersonator, performing at stops along the way to celebrate the Mother Road and its unique contribution to America
From A Whisper To A Scream - the story of Irish music
DiG Radio - plays a range of blues, rock, soul, and jazz, with programs available on demand
The Rose Consort of Viols - performs extensively throughout Britain and the continent of Europe
Cambridge Guitar Orchestra - offers a photo gallery, CD details, an events schedule, and more
Vintage Walkman Museum - vintage Walkman and portable stereo information source
BluesCD - specialist music retailer featuring a searchable on-line catalogue of blues, gospel, and soul recordings
Jazz Bassist Ray Brown, 75, Dies - Yahoo

Tuesday, July 02, 2002

Dare to Breathe - St. Paul-based a cappella group which specializes in original and originally arranged pieces from all over the world
Judy Cockwell - offers pictures, CV, biography, and samples of Celtic/New-age fusion music
Nafa Urbach - official website
Wide Mouth Mason Fan Network - news, profiles, interviews, and more from the Canadian trio
Jack Bruce and Friends - with news, photos, and more
Boombox Museum - retrospective that includes photos, facts, and accounts about the rise and fall of the vintage boombox (or ghettoblaster)
Bluegrass Heritage Museum - preserving and exhibiting the history of Winchester, Clark County, and Central Kentucky. Includes information on events, membership, and the Guerrant Clinic Building

Monday, July 01, 2002

Brave New Waves - unearths and promotes new underground music, from electronica to indie rock to dance
Foothills Fall Festival - country and classic rock music festival in Maryville, Tennesee - October 11-13, 2002
Mark Wise - includes bio, music clips, gig info, and more for the singer/songwriter
Watson's Good Advice - hard driving, full frontal acoustic rock
Driven - featuring music clips, gigs, and more form the Los Angeles band