Friday, December 30, 2005

Free Music Downloads

Free Music Downloads - download music, DVD movies, and software to any PC or MAC. Registration required with fee for unlimited technical support

Stanford University Singers

Stanford University Singers - concert choir consisting of students and community members maintained by the university. Stanford University Singers perform a broad range of Western classical music a cappella and accompanied

Say Anything

Say Anything - official site for the band Say Anything. Includes news, blog, tour dates, photos, and more

Jump-Start Big Band

Jump-Start Big Band - premier dance band/orchestra performing swing music of the '30s, '40s, and '50s, led by Ben DeClemente


Responsorium - ensemble specializing in vocal and instrumental pieces of the 16th and early 17th century. Responsorium attempts to revive Croatian baroque music by performing across Croatia. In Croatian and English - includes Eminem biography, discography, filmography, family tree, enemies, tattoos, awards, crews, quotes, release dates, tour dates, fan Mail, and forum. Also includes a section on Shady Records and its artists

Wednesday, December 28, 2005

Wikipedia: Gwen Stefani

Wikipedia: Gwen Stefani - career overview for pop singer Gwen Stefani. Includes her work with No Doubt, her solo career, and trivia

Wikipedia: Bryan Adams

Wikipedia: Bryan Adams - career overview for singer-songwriter Bryan Adams. Offers information about his music career, his work as a photographer, and trivia

Rise Against

Rise Against - official site for the hardcore punk band Rise Against. Includes news, tour dates, photos, downloads, and merchandise

15 Worst Music Releases of 2005

15 Worst Music Releases of 2005 - Pitchfork Media selects the wretched tracks that rank as the most abominable songs of 2005

Thursday, December 22, 2005


Jazzanova - collective of German electronic musicians, remix artists, and DJs; mixing dance, jazz, hip-hop, soul, funk, and folk in multitudinous ways

Wednesday, December 21, 2005

Radio Music Awards: NBC

Radio Music Awards: NBC - Radio Music Awards show site with pictures, nominees, and videos. Aired on December 19th live from Las Vegas

Jim Croce

Jim Croce - official site for the late singer-writer Jim Croce. Includes biography, pictures, memories, and information about Croce's Restaurant located in San Diego, California

Chris Brown and the Citizens' Band

Chris Brown and the Citizens' Band - poetic peacenik Chris Brown and his Citizens' Band make clever, rich, pop-folk songs with an unabashed political slant

Danny Tenaglia

Danny Tenaglia - features biography, discography, and music from the garage house DJ Danny Tenaglia

Tuesday, December 20, 2005

RockPoP Gallery

RockPoP Gallery - rock music fine art gallery. RockPoP Gallery offers limited edition prints, photographs, and collectibles by the Masters of Music Artwork

Friday, December 16, 2005


Musicmobs - Find new music, trade your playlists and track your listening habits

GuitaroJam Guitar Resources

GuitaroJam Guitar Resources - recommended guitar and music resources from GuitaroJam. Includes links for guitar learning materials, gear, discussion forums, musician's health, artist news, and reviews

Bubar Music

Bubar Music - factory rebuilt original Hammond organs and Leslie speakers. Bubar Music also carries new and used organs from Content, Viscount, Allen, and Rodgers

Thursday, December 15, 2005

Mac music record label releases new album

Mac music record label Simig Media Records has released its second and Peter Greenstone's debut album: "Something." The album spans multiple genres including alternative rock, acoustic solo guitar, and was created entirely using Apple's GarageBand software

The Smiths To Reform

Two members of the seminal Manchester pop band have announced that they will be teaming up for the first time since The Smiths split in 1987. Disappointingly, the reunion won't be involving crazy-quiffed yelping Smiths frontman Morrissey

Wikipedia: Björk

Wikipedia: Björk - career overview for singer-songwriter Bjork. Includes her work with The Sugarcubes, her personal life, and discography

Wednesday, December 14, 2005

Yahoo! Music: Sarah McLachlan

Yahoo! Music: Sarah McLachlan - offers music downloads, photos, album information, and music videos for singer-songwriter Sarah McLachlan. Videos include Building a Mystery and Fallen

Robert Pollard

Robert Pollard - official site of Robert Pollard, leader of Guided by Voices includes audio, videos, setlists, tour dates, news, and reviews

Wikipedia: Chuck Berry

Wikipedia: Chuck Berry - career overview for the classic rock and roller Chuck Berry. Includes his influence on other musicians, a list of his most famous songs, and links

Sony Music: Sly and the Family Stone

Sony Music: Sly and the Family Stone - official label site for the funk music band Sly and the Family Stone, with a discography, song samples, and wallpaper images to download

Heidi Haase

Heidi Haase - plays hammered dulcimer, an ancient trapezoid-shaped instrument that is played by striking the strings with little wooden hammers. Includes schedules, artists, and contact info

Tuesday, December 13, 2005

Aubrey O'Day

Aubrey O'Day - official site for Aubrey O'Day

She Wants Revenge

She Wants Revenge - droning guitars, pulsating synths, and a steady post-punk disco beat

Kenny Neal

Kenny Neal - official site for the bluesman from Louisiana, Kenny Neal. Includes tour dates, news, information about Kenny's fan club, and merchandise

Monday, December 12, 2005


ArtistServer is a community for musicians and music fans to come together. Comprised completely of freely-distributable, often Creative Commons-licensed music, ArtistServer hosts hundreds of tracks in more than 100 categorized genres and sub-genres. Users can search for music by genre, artist, geographic region and can stream or download tracks easily. The site also holds enormous potential for musicians, allowing registered artists to post tracks, site or blog links and even ringtones. Although the site is a bit hard to use and seems somewhat amateurish, basic memberships (ideal for music fans) are free


Songfacts is a searchable database of song information compiled by radio professionals, music enthusiasts, and visitors to this web site. We hope using this site will help you better understand and enjoy the songs you listen to, and invite you to share your knowledge with us so that others may benefit. We provide the album, year the song was released, highest US and UK chart position, and "Songfacts" about each song. The "Songfacts" are interesting tidbits like what the song is about, who wrote it, and what makes it different. Songfacts is free

Saturday, December 10, 2005

Wikipedia: John Barry

Wikipedia: John Barry - provides a hyperlinked profile of the composer John Barry, one of the "Big Four" of modern film composers. Includes details on his film scores, television themes, other works, and more

Friday, December 09, 2005

The Choice Music

The Choice Music - Free Downloads, DJ Mixes, Events and News. You can personalize this site to your musical taste. Free mp3 downloads, event listings and specialist music news to match your lifestyle. Contributors can upload press releases for free onto our site with images and audio. Our editors filter content to our global membership using matching technology


Pandora - created by the Music Genome Project and offering a selection of music streams based on your favorite and previously heard songs

Rockstar Taste Of Chaos

Rockstar Taste Of Chaos - traveling music festival featuring a variety of hard rock acts. Site includes tour dates, ticket information, and forum

Deadboy and the Elephantmen

Deadboy and the Elephantmen - fan site for the band Deadboy and the Elephantmen with Dax Riggs, a former member of Acid Bath, and Tessie Brunet. Contains biography, tour dates, news, pictures, and song samples in MP3 format

Who Really Killed John Lennon?

Who Really Killed John Lennon? - Steve Lightfoot offers a selection of conspiracy theories about John Lennon's murder in December 1980

Graham Colton Band

Graham Colton Band - official site of the Graham Colton Band includes audio, photos, video, articles, and lyrics

Teddy Geiger

Teddy Geiger - official site of the singer/songwriter and finalist on VH1's series In Search of the New Partridge Family. Includes song samples, photos, journal, and screensavers

Jeff Lorber

Jeff Lorber - official site of jazz pianist Jeff Lorber. Site features news and tour information, discography, biography, and photos

Earl Klugh

Earl Klugh - official site for jazz guitarist Earl Klugh. Site features news, tour information, albums, biography, and contact information

Thursday, December 08, 2005


Douban - Rate, tag, discover books, movies and music, and people

Wikipedia: Eddie Van Halen

Wikipedia: Eddie Van Halen - career overview for rock guitarist Eddie Van Halen. Includes details about his innovative guitar playing, the formation of Van Halen, and his personal life

Zoe Records: Kathleen Edwards

Zoe Records: Kathleen Edwards - record label site features biography, photos, audio and video clips, and tour dates

Lisa Scott-Lee

Lisa Scott-Lee - ofiicial site of the former Steps member Lisa Scott-Lee. Features audio, tour dates, videos, lyrics, and photos of the singer

Damon Dash

Damon Dash - official site of rapper and Roc-A-Fella Records co-founder Damon Dash. Site includes audio, video, bio, and photos

Black Rob

Black Rob - official site of the rapper Black Rob includes news, audio, videos, tour dates, and pics

Karen Clark Sheard

Karen Clark Sheard - official site for Karen Clark Sheard, formerly of the gospel group, the Clark Sisters

Wikipedia: Roy Clark

Wikipedia: Roy Clark - career overview for country performer Roy Clark. Includes information about his film roles, TV appearances, and links

Steve Anthony

Steve Anthony - official site of a country music band Steve Anthony fronted by singer-songwriter Steve Klein from Hudson Valley of New York. Contains jukebox, pictures, and members info

Wednesday, December 07, 2005

Wikipedia: The Zombies

Wikipedia: The Zombies - career overview for the '60s British rock band The Zombies. Includes band history and discography

Wikipedia: Marilyn Manson

Wikipedia: Marilyn Manson - career overview for shock-rocker Marilyn Manson. Includes a breakdown of his music career, details about the controversy he has caused, audio samples, and discography

Wikipedia: Tony Bennett

Wikipedia: Tony Bennett - career overview for singer Tony Bennett. Includes details about his military days, music and painting career, photos, and discography

Wolf Parade

Wolf Parade - MySpace page which acts as the unoffical home for the Canadian indie-rock band, Wolf Parade

Thane St. Andrew

Thane St. Andrew - offers biography, music, gigs schedule, photos, contact information of indie pop-soul vocalist and songwriter, Thane St Andrew, based in Toronto, Canada

Wikipedia: Brandy

Wikipedia: Brandy - career overview for R&B singer Brandy. Includes breakdown of her music and acting career, discography, and links - official site for country-western legend, George Jones. Site gives tour dates, latest appearances, news, webboard for fans, and music samples

Tuesday, December 06, 2005

Link Wray

Link Wray - official site of Link Wray, the late guitar innovator and inventor of the power chord and fuzz tone

Haifa Wehbe

Haifa Wehbe - official site of the controversial Lebanese singer Haifa Wehbe includes photos, audio clips, downloads, and news


Sugarland - official site of the pop country band Sugarland. Features music samples, video, tour dates, photos, and fan club information

Brazilian singer blasts Vatican in condom dispute

Brazilian singer Daniela Mercury, who was banned from performing in a Vatican Christmas concert, said on Monday she was outraged at a Vatican claim that she had threatened to promote condom use during the show

Monday, December 05, 2005

The Independent Artist Registry

The Independent Artist Registry is a talent scouting service for over 100 of the nation's top record labels. Its goal is to find and promote the US's top independent artists to a quarter million music industry professionals, including those A&R reps. The IAR evaluates artists in four categories and only selects the best artists for induction into the Registry

BETA Records, LLC

BETA Records, LLC - a fast growing Internet music company, maintains the goal of finding, developing, showcasing, and launching unsigned artists to the Music Industry. BETA Records, LLC uses the latest in music streaming technology to showcase and distribute its website content to visitors with traditional and broadband connections. To supplement Internet exposure, BETA Records, LLC will use traditional marketing tools to recruit and expose artists to major record labels

Music group considers share issue

UK music management business and record label Sanctuary has said it is considering a new share issue as a means of cutting its debts. The firm - whose stable of artists include Sir Elton John, Beyonce and Morrissey - said it recognised its level of debt was "too high"

Indies tune in to podcasts

Britain's independent music companies have taken a significant step towards making music available on "podcasts", the fast-growing internet broadcasting phenomenon.
Podcasting allows listeners to subscribe to radio shows, which are automatically downloaded to their computers or digital-music players such as the iPod. These podcasts can then be listened to at any time

Saturday, December 03, 2005

BET Jazz

BET Jazz - official site for BET Jazz programming and shows. Includes recent news for jazz shows and events, polls, and articles featuring jazz artists and music

Wikipedia: Gackt

Wikipedia: Gackt - career overview for Japanese pop star Gackt. Includes a look at his days with the band Malice Mizer, his solo work, and a discography


Gackt - official site for Japanese vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Gackt. Instruments he plays include the trumpet, tuba, trombone, piano, guitar, drums, and bass. Web site offers news, tour dates, audio clips, and merchandise

Greg Kihn

Greg Kihn - official site of Greg Kihn, leader of popular rock groups of the '70s and '80s and radio DJ

Wikipedia: Jermaine Dupri

Wikipedia: Jermaine Dupri - offers a hyperlinked article about record producer Jermaine Dupri

Ramy Ayach

Ramy Ayach - official site of Lebanese pop star Ramy Ayach. Features a biography, videos, discography, photos, and fan book

Tierney Sutton

Tierney Sutton - official site for jazz vocalist Tierney Sutton. Includes news, reviews, schedule, photos, and more

Wikipedia: Rick Rubin

Wikipedia: Rick Rubin - Features a hyperlinked article about record producer Rick Rubin

Friday, December 02, 2005

Wikipedia: Bootleg Recording

Wikipedia: Bootleg Recording - offering up information on what bootleg recordings are, sources of material, official bootlegs definition, and bootlegging versus piracy issues

Wikipedia: Pete Best

Wikipedia: Pete Best - career overview of The Beatles first drummer Pete Best. Includes his role in The Beatles, his career after the group, and links

Wikipedia: Charlotte Church

Wikipedia: Charlotte Church - career overview for Welch soprano Charlotte Church. Includes musical background, discography, filmography, and photos


Lazarazu - official site of the electronic outfit Lazarazu. Plays a lush mix of loops and beats, texured guitar, driving bass, and melodic female vocals

Pura Vida

Pura Vida - New York-based, Costa Rican-born Reggaeton rappers singing lyrics in Spanish and English. Features biography, pictures, and online audio samples