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Support - Good quality article with references. Interesting in that it's not the usual "anglo-saxon" article about anglosaxon-originated music. Would bring some colour to the portal and tell people that music is not entirely about mainstream American pop-rock.... - --TeemeahGül Bahçesi 20:32, 8 November 2007 (UTC)
Lil Darkie is an Indian-American Rapper from California, he founded a group of rappers titled 'Spider Gang', which has ~10 rappers and 3 producers as members. He has released 3 albums, 3 EPs, a mixtape and many singles, first gaining recognition for his 2019 song HOLOCAUST, which got popular on soundcloud, he also gained more recognition after releasing his 2019 single HAHA and 2020 single GENOCIDE, both of which got a considerable boost from tiktok. Animated music videos of his have been released, some self-animated and some animated by solo animator Liven & Limel Productions. Lil Darkie
Lyn Lapid (Katelyn Lapid) (born October 24, 2001 in Baltimore, Maryland) is a Filipino singer and songwriter. She gained popularity on the video sharing app TikTok, where she recorded covers of various songs, and teased her debut single, "Producer Man". Lyn Lapid
Richard Lenz Richard Lenz, born in Amsterdam, started to play the guitar at the age of nine. In the Netherlands Richard studied at the Conservatorium in Alkmaar with Tamara Kropat and subsequently at the Conservatorium in Rotterdam with Dick Hoogeveen. He won two scholarships to help him further his studies overseas in Wales. As a student of the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, Richard undertook his postgraduate studies in Cardiff with guitarist John Mills and also studied vihuela and period performance practice, visiting early music specialist Nigel North in London. Throughout his studies, Richard played in numerous festivals and master classes with many of the world's leading guitarists. Richard maintains a busy performance and tuition schedule and has appeared in recitals both as a soloist and in various ensembles, including a Royal Performance. As part of Duo Lenz, Richard and his wife Ruth have established themselves as one of Australia's leading classical guitar duos and have given recitals worldwide. Duo Lenz has been invited to play for many prestigious events and festivals and their performance schedule has been extensive. Together they have made television appearances and receive extensive radio airplay. Richard has written many works for guitar solo, duet and ensemble and his compositions receive regular airplay on ABC Classic FM. He is the director of several award-winning guitar ensembles and has acted as an adjudicator in addition to being an examiner for the Australian Music Examinations Board and the UWA Conservatorium of Music. 
Josef Liebeskind (1866-1916) There is very little information on the composer, who was primarily a musicologist. He was born in Leipzig April 22, 1866 and died in Leipzig on August 10, 1916. He has co-authored the thematic catalog of the works of Christpoh of Alfred Wotquenne Willibald Gluck (1904). He studied at the Leipzig Conservatory with Reinecke, Hermann, and Jadassohn Sitt. He directed the publication of a large number of works by Gluck, Mozart and Dittersdorf. It brought together a vast library rich in documents Gluck, several manuscripts. Works: Lobe den Herrn, motet for chorus, Op 1; String Quartet No. 1 in E minor, Op 2 (1888); Trio for piano, violin and cello in D minor, op 3 (1893); Symphony No. 1 in A minor, op 4 (1894); Zwei Fugen für die Orgel, Op 6 (1895); String Quartet No. 2 in C major, Op 7 (1896). Not found: Opus 5. If there is a Symphony No. 1, is there also a symphony 2, thus possible Opus 5?
Kali Malone Stockholm based American composer whose solo works implement unique tuning systems in minimalist form for analog and digital synthesis often combined with acoustic instrumentation. Her 2019 organ album "The Sacrificial code" made the year-end lists of Pitchfork, The Wire, and 2019 Album of the Year from Boomkat 
Tom Speight - British singer-songwriter based in London. Tom's songs from debut album 'Collide' have been regular features of BBC Radio 2, including Graham Norton's featured artist of the year in 2018 . He also headlined Glastonbury's Acoustic stage in 2019  and had a number one single in Brazil before launching his debut album 
Floyds Row - A folk collective that explores the connections between early, classical, folk, bluegrass/newgrass, and world music. "The Oxford Sessions" was recorded at St Hilda's College, Oxford, and released by Centaur Records in 2018.
Critics, historians, journalists, and publications
Culture Captures (Culture Captures is a media and marketing company. Focused on showcasing and curating the latest in music and pop culture. Culture Captures has been involved in marketing campaigns for artists such as Playboi Carti, Juice Wrld, Joyner Lucas, 21 Savage, Future, and more.) 
Lyrical Lemonade (Music Blog and media company that is based in Chicago Illinois. Created by Cole Bennett, Lyrical Lemonade has grown from a personal blog into a music video production and concert organizer.)
1001Tracklists 1001Tracklists is a user-generated tracklist database for electronic dance music that enables their users to view playlist information of public performances by DJs and radio shows. The website is integrated with several streaming services including Spotify, SoundCloud, YouTube, Mixcloud, Apple Music & Beatport. 
In The Loop Magazine - An Independent, Eclectic music publication based out of Chicago Illinois that reports on local and national music entertainment, established by James Currie in 2014. In The Loop Magazine has grown to international recognition and has several notable contributors on its staff. They are the only 100% music focused publication in a tristate area. They also have a YouTube TV channel that plays live concerts, interviews and special events. They have done several breaking news stories on the music scene that have been shared and promoted through many bands, agencies and other music new outlets. 
The AU Review - Independent Australian music, arts, lifestyle and travel publication, established by Heath Media's founder Larry Heath in 2008. 
Audiation Magazine - Eclectic magazine for the expression of music and the creative arts. For the love of music.. we interpret this passion through variations including fashion, art, lifestyle and words from the heart of the industry. 
In The Loop Magazine - A Chicago-based music publication and media company founded in May 2014. Its primary focus is showcasing music news in the Chicago market. It focuses on all music genres and styles as well as promotes local bands, artists, clubs and venues. 
Hello Asia! - Australian based publication looking at the world of Asian Music and Culture, run by editor-in-chief Johnny Au as part of the Heath Media group of publications 
Fake Shore Drive - a Chicago-based music blog and media company founded in October 2007. Its primary focus is showcasing Chicago's hip-hop and R&B scene, but its scope has since expanded to cover the entire Midwest urban music scene (as of February 2013). 
I Probably Hate Your Band - An Australian online music magazine focusing on news, music reviews and interviews steeped in comedy and satire. Started in 2014 as a countercultre music news website to contrast the saturated Australian music media. 
Slasher Club - An opinion-based website that focuses on offering insightful opinion about all sorts of different films, video-games, and graphic-novels with horror operating as the helm of the site's content. 
Southern Country Life - An Indie Christian & Country Music promotion website that helps Indie and local artists get their music and projects out there for more people and potential record labels to find out about them. 
RevCutt - An online music blog that reviews music on a scale of 1-10. The genres have varied in the music reviewed. They also post their own articles called "Rev's Pieces." 
Roots Music Report - Online magazine that compiles weekly radio airplay charts from airplay spins reported by radio stations around the globe. Founded in 1998 by Robert Bartosh. Roots Music Reports founder Robert Bubba Bartosh is credited with starting a new music genre "Roots Rock" in 1999 by publishing the first ever Roots Rock airplay chart. The genre is commonly used now to describe music throughout the world. RMR also post cd reviews by 3 well known music critics. Roots Music Report has recently expanded to compile charts for all genres of music being played and reported by Satellite, terrestrial AM, FM and internet radio stations globally at http://www.rootsmusicreport.com]
Mike Maxheat Mosley - Known as MaD MaX from Akron, Ohio is the Director of Operations, Audio Video Engineer, Webmaster, PR Specialist, Radio DJ, Remix Specialist, Motivational Speaker, Program Director, Journalist, Graphic Designer, Recording Engineer, Digital Music Editor, Music Arranger, Multi-Instrument Musician Producer, Underground Music Ambassador and the lead performer for M3 Records Ohio with a B.A. in Media Production and a minor in Pre Law from the University of Akron. Co-founder of M3 Records Ohio and the internationally syndicated Pro Flow Fa-Sho Show radio program on Pro Flow Radio.
Carl B. Schmidt - American musicologist, music historian, author, professor
Liv Simister - seventeen year old creator/writer of Planet Stereo, a website dedicated to promoting musicians (wix.com/planetstereo/music) as well as a writer for the New Jersey-based indie-magazine "Danny Says!" (dannysayszine.tumblr.com).
Aliya-Jasmine Sovani - host and journalist for MTV Canada; possibly an Ismaili Muslim of South Asian of East African descent
Dave Stelfox - British music critic, journalist and DJ; specialises in roughneck rap, bashment and deep house with a funky twist
Drooble - Drooble is an online social media and social networking service for musicians that enables its users to search for and connect with other musicians from all over the world, promote their music and develop their talents. The idea for Drooble was conceived by founder and CEO Melina Krumova in 2012. Since then, the company has been working towards its goal of giving a voice to all musicians, no matter their level of skill and popularity, and creating a place where people from all over the world can come together to work on music projects, discuss their work, develop their talents and creative musical potential. 
Jeff's Musical Car - weekly music show which showcases talented singer-songwriters with an intimate performance...live in a car; 
LunchBox LunchBox is Australia's leading independent music feature site championing Australian, New Zealand and Tasman musicians. Covering interviews, live reviews, album reviews, live music galleries, opinion pieces and more 
Moxie and Mayhem - Music blog with emphasis on indie, folk, and alternative. Interviews up-and-coming bands, reports music news, and reviews CDS. Growing gathering. 
Music Ally - London-based music intelligence company focused on tech and digital spaces. Founded in 2002 with industry-level paying readership and subscribers (Universal Music Group, Sony Music, Vistex, and more at corporate subscription level). Media partner for major industry events (MIDEM, Reeperbahn and more). Content includes a daily publication, a bi-weekly report on digital tools and campaign highlights, and a monthly comprehensive report on a specific industry subject. 
Music Life Radio - Music Interview podcast featuring Jason Everman (Nirvana, Soundgarden), Stephen Tobolowsky, Kurdt Vanderhoof (Metal Church), Marc Maron, Jon Herington (Steely Dan), and more. 
Pinpoint Music – music webzine; focuses on music reviews and live concerts; features include professional music videos (both live and set) and photography; 
Pop 'Stache – A Chicago-based online music journalism publication. Their motto reads, "at Pop 'Stache, we get off on music." 
Runolaulu a Finnish song tradition, related to Estonian Regilaul.
Scene Point Blank - heavy music webzine celebrating 10 years (punk/hardcore/metal/hip-hop/more: . I have an article ready for submission if this is deemed acceptable.Lorenspb (talk) 21:25, 19 September 2013 (UTC)
The requests are disambiguated in two forms; requests for mean we have no content and should, requests from mean the main article has a disproportionately large discography that should be split from the article to stand alone.
KamerFEST Music Festival - KamerFEST Music Festival is a 3-day Music Festival which occurs in Atlanta, GA. This music festival features some of the biggest Recording Artists from Cameroon, Central Africa, who travel to the United States to showcase their talent to an international audience. The KamerFEST Music Festival includes Music Contests, a Music Business Workshop, an All-White Welcome Event, and the main event, the Live Concert.
Bass Coast Festival An independent international exhibition of electronic music and art. Founded in 2009 and held in Merit, British Columbia, Canada. From being the first event of its kind to take a stance in favour of respect for First Nations by banning gaudy headdress to introducing harm reduction strategies long before the concept was universal (2015) and adopting serious environmental practices, this has been a staging ground for a great deal of progressive partying. 
Drone Day Drone Day is an international celebration of experimental and drone music, that takes place every May. Since its inception in 2014 events have happened in every Canadian province and Territory, including 4 international events. 
Italy Percussion Competition The Competition takes place since 2003. Every year international renowed percussionists judge in the following sections: Marimba, Vibraphone, Timpani, Sanre Drum, Drum Set and Composition. Together with the competition there are concerts, clinics and masterclasses given by the judges and invited guest-artists - the festival Days of Percussion Italy)Hosted by Italy Percussive Arts Society, a non-profit-cultural-organization and part of the worldwide network of "Percussive Arts Society". The Competition and the festival take place in Montesilvano Pescara Italy - annual in September 
Sunflowerfest - SUNFLOWERFEST in Hillsborough, County Down, Northern Ireland is a magical weekend festival of music, arts and entertainment. With over 120 acts across 6 stages, SUNFLOWERFEST delivers a truly diverse and immersive experience offering a superb range of music, comedy, poetry, film, dance, family fun, and much more.
Allston Village Street Fair - Annual street festival that takes place in the Allston neighborhood of Boston in September each year. The festival is produced by the non-profit organization The Parents and Community Build Group, Inc. and is free and open to the public. The festival attracts more than 100,000 full-time Boston area residents and students and provides fusions of music from 2 outdoor stages, an international food court, family entertainment amenities, a vendor's market, and a public art street mural area. 
Balkan Trafik festival - Balkan Trafik Festival, turns the Centre for Fine Arts in Brussels into a real festival hall, welcoming over 7,000 loyal visitors every year. The emphasis is always on music: major international artists perform alongside ‘living legends’ from the Balkan region. There is also Roma music, militant rock, soul wrenching jazzy melodies, traditional and electronic music, as well as films and theater, workshops and debates, wine and gastronomy. Each year, more than 200 artists play on the festival‟s different stages, coming from Romania, Serbia, Bosnia, Hungary, Turkey, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Kosovo, Greece, Albania, Moldavia, Slovenia but also France, the Netherlands and Belgium. The programme covers all the music genres, including local traditions, contemporary brass bands and rock and jazz. The best of the Balkans, four days in a row! 
Erwin Bodky Awards - The Erwin Bodky Award was established in 1968 to encourage young performers to seek professional careers and to pursue excellence in the field of early music. The awards are given by the Cambridge Society for Early Music.
Saigon Soul Pool Parties - The liveliest, ongoing Saturday Pool Party in District 1, Saigon, Vietnam! Relax by the pool with some soulful house music & meet amazing people. 
KOI Music Festival - an annual 3-day rock music festival in Kitchener, Ontario. Over 100+ bands perform every year, and 2015 will be the 6th year of the festival. 
Gospel Music FanFair - Somerset, KY; Combined two events into one FanFair (Southern Gospel Music FanFair & Country Gospel Music FanFair); 10th year in concert/awards show for gospel singers; 2014 moved to new location with name change; Randall Wilds- Wilds & Associates, LLC., 12 division company; 
Lancaster Music Festival - annual music festival taking place in the city of Lancaster, UK every October at over 30 different venues. The festival's overall mission is to put Lancaster on the map locally, regionally, nationally and internationally as a world class music location by celebrating the diversity and quality of musicians, music venues, and music organisations - 
Listen out (festival) - Australian music festival, with international and local Hip-hop and electronic acts
Middle of the Map Fest -  Middle of the Map Fest - taking place in Kansas City, Missouri - annually curates and cultivates the unique arts and creative culture of the Midwest, bringing together a sense of community in local and national talent in an annual festival featuring music, forum and film. In addition to The Record Machine and Ink magazine, the Music Fest is also curated by promoters Steve Tulipana - The Record Bar, Neill Smith - The Riot Room and Terry Taylor - Mammoth Production. 2014's Music Fest took place April 3rd - 5th in Kansas City's Westport entertainment district. The three-day fest featured more than 120 local, national, international and emerging artists including The Get Up Kids, of Montreal, Gary Numan, J. Roddy Walston & the Business, Kate Nash, Del the Funky Homosapien and many more. Venues for the music fest included: The Record Bar, The Riot Room, Ernie Biggs and Westport Saloon, as well as an expanded outdoor stage. "Middle of the Map Fest puts KC, area artists on the map" 
Quest Festival - An annual 3-day camping music festival featuring live and electronic music, arts, workshops, cinema and performances. Held in Son Tinh Camp, Ba Vi, Vietnam, Quest Festival is the country's largest music festival.
Slingshot Festival - Athens, GA annual music festival that serves as a showcase for innovative music, art, and technology in one of the most famous music towns in the US. The talent gets more premiere every year. 
Music for All National Festival A festival held in Indianapollis, Indiana in March includes the National Concert Band Festival, the Middle School National Festival, the Sandy Feldstein National Percussion Festival, the Orchestra America Festival, the Chamber Music Festival, the National Choir Festival, and features the Honor of Orchestra America, the Jazz Band of America, and the Honor Band of America. 
Women Of Rhythm. A series held in different parts of India. Started in 2016. Highlights and promotes percussionists and drummers from across the country by curating collaboration among the musicians. 5 editions have been concluded in cities like MumbaiPuneHyderabadSurat and has featured artists from 15 to 60 years of age.
Baldwin SD-10 - historic competitor to Steinway Concert Grand - the SD-10 was the official piano of the Boston Symphony, the Cincinnati Symphony, the Metropolitan Opera, the Tanglewood Festival, the piano preferred by Leonard Bernstein, Andre Previn, Walter Gieseking, Earl Wild, Jorge Bolet, Abbey Simon and others.
Clay Whistle - currently redirects to Whistle - Ceramic whistles (such as "Clay Bird Whistles"), typically shaped as humans or animals, are known from all around the world. In Danish such whistles are known as "piv-i-røv" ("toot-in-ass") whistles because one whistle into the rear end of them. I have found a few references to such clay whistles in Ceramics of Jalisco, Emaischen, Filimonovo toy, and other examples could probably be found. Yet a comprehensive Wikipedia main article on clay whistles is yet to be written.
List of Fender players - There's a list of Gibson Player and a list of strato/telecaster players but there are much more Fender Players out there. N.B. Stratocaster and Telecaster are Fender guitars, thus people who play them would be "Fender Players."
Focusrite Forte - mixing console, very specialized and intricate, only two were produced
Fresher Guitars - Japanese made guitars from the late 1970s and early 80's. Many of which were involved in the so-called "lawsuit" guitars, when multiple Japanese manufacturers were sued by the Gibson corporation for copying their designs and using equal or better materials and selling for a fraction of the price.
G-60A - Guitar produced by Yamaha late '60s, early '70s
Gaskell Guitars Australian guitar manufacturer that manufactures left handed guitars only of guitar models that are extremely rare or impossible to find in left hand by other manufacturers.
California Audio Technology - Founded in 1990, CAT - California Audio Technology is the global engineering and custom audio manufacturing firm internationally recognized as the world's premier craftsmen of custom ultra high performance loudspeakers, amplifiers, DSP's
Jonathan Harnum - wrote "Basic Music Theory: How to Read, Write, and Understand Written Music", "Sound the Trumpet: How to Blow Your Own Horn", and "All About Trumpet: A Fun and Simple Guide to Playing Trumpet"
Latin chord progression - The "i bVII bVI V" chord progression (e.g., E-minor D-Major C-Major B-Major), routinely used in Latin American music. Please see Andalusian cadence which seems to be the origin of the Latin Progression.
Literalism (music) - late-20th-century method of composing music using physical representations of elements of musical composition to create everything from classical orchestral pieces to apparently formless moments of noise
The ASCAP Foundation - ; non-profit arts and culture non-profit foundation - legally separate from ASCAP - that gives out prestigious awards to budding songwriters that have gone on to become big stars (such as John Mayer and Lin-Manuel Miranda)as well as supporting music education and appreciation to underserved communities; 
Academy of St Cecilia - ; takes its name from the Accademia di Santa Cecilia, in effect the musicians' union in 17th-century Rome of which Corelli, Pasquini and Alessandro Scarlatti were members. Although the Academy covers all periods of music, the principal sphere of interest is early music, interpreted loosely as music dating before 1825. General Meetings (convocations) are held twice yearly. An admission ceremony is followed by a concert, recital or workshop. Members receive the Academy's journal, VOX, and a regular bulletin containing details of forthcoming events. Members are invited to submit articles for publication. The Academy is a social and learned society and not an examining body. From time to time the Chapter awards Honorary Fellowships in recognition of an individual's musical contribution.
Amati Studios - ; group of mid-range recording studios based all over the UK, which also provides famously cheap in-house mixing and mastering services
Blood is Blood Movement On 14 December 2015, Jordan Moll-Vigrass, Congressmen Brian Higgins and the Pride Center of Western New York held a community rally in Buffalo, New York to rally against the Food and Drug Administration policy that bans blood donations by gay and bisexual men. Moll-Vigrass, who is openly gay and had been in a committed relationship for four years, was refused as a blood donor after disclosing his sexual orientation during the questionnaire screening process. Outraged by the federal policy and disappointed by being refused as a blood donor, Moll-Vigrass started to advocate for change. "The government's unfounded policy is hurtful to the people being turned away solely based on sexual orientation and the millions of others who will be in need of a lifesaving blood donation," said Higgins. "Eligibility should be based on risk-based science rather than outdated, fear-based speculation. Blood is Blood" is dedicated to encouraging the FDA to seek and implement blood donation policies that are non-discriminatory towards the Gay & Bi-sexual community in an effort to save lives by holding annual blood drives and events to spark conversation and change. http://www.wkbw.com/news/gay-man-fighting-for-right-to-give-blood
Bach Festival Society of Winter Park -  - Organization that produces choral and classical music. Founded in 1935, this regionally and historically significant group maintains a community choir, professional orchestra, presenting program and educational programs. The organization was the first to perform Bach's B Minor Mass south of the Mason-Dixon Line. Dedicated to the legacy of J.S. Bach, the society specializes in choral masterworks and continues the choral tradition commissioning and performing new music.
bandFIND.com - ; social utility for the entire music industry, from Joe to Pro. They are attempting to completely renovate the Music Industry. Providing a bridge between the analog business model (that has devastated the industry) and the digital music future.
Bluegrass Music Association of Canada (B.M.A.C.)  - The governing body for the preservation and promotion of Bluegrass and Oldtime music in Canada. This Association takes in All of Canada in these genres and is the only national body in Canada.
BOP Recording Studios - ; World-class recording studio in South Africa best known as the studio used to record the award-winning "The Lion King" soundtrack.
BolBihari - ; A community for hr people of Bihar, India. This is approved by RHSD(BJP), Bihar. This community helps to up bring the people of Bihar and show their talent to world.
ChristianMedia.ca - ChristianMedia.ca was a national community of Canadian Christians and an online database created by David M.R.D. Spencer in the year 2000. ChristianMedia.ca provided the history of Canadian Christians working, volunteering and ministering in music, radio, television and media in Canada. Members continue to believe in Jesus Christ as the Messiah and Son of God. They are motivated to share the Good News through arts, media and music. References: "ChristianMedia.ca" David Spencer's Media Spin. 1 September 2009. 17 August 2010.  and "ChristianMedia.ca" Archive.org 17 August 2010 
Creative Edge Music - Articles on mixing, mastering, pro studios, gear, reviews, artist interviews, the local scene, and more.
Culture Captures (Culture Captures is a media and marketing company. Focused on showcasing and curating the latest in music and pop culture. Culture Captures has been involved in marketing campaigns for artists such as Playboi Carti, Juice Wrld, Joyner Lucas, 21 Savage, Future, and more.) 
Earn It Yourself - (EIY) - E.I.Y.is an all-encompassing philosophy and musical movement that allows a band, company, or person to set his/her own goals and reach whatever level of success he/she desires, so long as they have achieved their success by sticking to their values and learning what it takes to reach their goals through a hands-on, do-it-yourself approach.
Europe Jazz Network A Europe-wide nonprofit association of over 140 festivals, clubs, concert venues and national/regional organisations who specialise in creative music, contemporary jazz and improvised music supported by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union (http://www.europejazz.net/)
FreeNewMusic.Net A Mp3 Search Engine for Creative Commons Licensing Music you can stream and share online with friends, create playlists and register for free. To promote talent worldwide that are independent or unsigned.
Further Listening [furtherlistening.co.uk] Music website formed to find artists from around the world and promote their music in the UK'
Indiefeed - yes, the article was deleted in 2005, but now indiefeed became one of the most popular podcasts.
The Innervenus Music Collective - American metal, punk, industrial, doom collective; based in Pittsburgh, PA; established; 2001; strives to work with like minds in putting out records, booking shows, advertising, creating merchandise; a 99.9% D.I.Y. operation, family owned and orchestrated; ; ; ; 
International Confederation of Music Publishers - International Confederation of Music Publishers is the only international trade association that represents the interests of the global music publishing community. Members encompass individuals and music publishing associations from around the world, including independent multinational and international companies, regional and national music publishers.Their work includes addressing intellectual property and copyright issues in six primary areas of focus, including Free Trade Agreements, Global Repertoire Database, Exceptions to copyright and WIPO, Collective Rights Management, Europeana and Orphan Works, Private Copying Levies and Cloud Computing. The organisation publishes a bimonthly newsletter, entitled "Global Briefing" that summarises industry news from around the world. Their head office is located in Zurich, Switzerland, while its secretariat operates from Brussels, Belgium - 
International Entertainment Buyers Association - non-profit trade organization for talent buyers, booking agents, and venues. Founded in 1970, hosts a large annual conference in Nashville every year. Represents over $1 billion in annual buying power. High profile, covered by industry publications such as Pollstar, VenuesToday, Billboard, and MusicRow. 
Jack Audio - Have you ever wanted to take the audio output of one piece of software and send it to another? How about taking the output of that same program and send it to two others, then record the result in the first program? Or maybe you’re a programmer who writes real-time audio and music applications and who is looking for a cross-platform API that enables not only device sharing but also inter-application audio routing, and is incredibly easy to learn and use? If so, JACK may be what you’ve been looking for. Jack Audio is an opensource platform used to route audio internally and externally over a network and is recently getting a lot of fame for its program "Jacktrip" due to people's need for over the network low latency audio. 
Let Music Preach KE- is committed to using music to spreading the Gospel all over the world. Based in Kenya. Founded on April 11 2014. Posts current lyrics, involved in gospel events. Keeps all in the loop about current gospel related news and events. 
Manhattan Concert Productions - is dedicated to excellence in music making, hospitality, and travel details. Manhattan Concert Productions is a New York City-based production company in its 16th season of performance opportunities for deserving choirs, bands and orchestras at famous venues throughout the United States and abroad. . ; ; ; ; ; ; ; 
The Mixtress Online - ; "Changing the way music is privately traded and artists are publicly promoted, one mix at a time"
Mjproduction (MJproduction (formerly also Mjproductions) is a production company founded in Estonia in 2013, which deals with arranging artists, organizing concerts, writing music and ticketing for events.
New York Piano Society The New York Piano Society is dedicated to discovering and developing talented non-professionals pianists whose primary professions or fields of study are in non-musical areas.
Santa Rosa Symphony (Santa Rosa Symphony is the largest California regional symphony north of Los Angeles. The 80-member professional, union orchestra is the resident orchestra at Weill Hall at Green Music Center.1 The Symphony, established in 1927, is also the third-oldest professional orchestra in California and has one of the most comprehensive music education programs in the state. The orchestra received national recognition with a First Place Award for Adventurous Programming in the 2012-2013 season from American Society of Composers Authors and Publishers. Season 2018-2019 will see the Symphony's fifth music director in its, then, 91-year history. In addition to its seven classical music sets (totaling 28 concerts per season), the Symphony produces a four-concert Pops series, three-concert Family series, youth concerts and an annual community concert. The Symphony's youth ensembles include: SRS Youth Orchestra, Young People's Chamber Orchestra, Repertory Orchestra and Preparatory Orchestra. Its Education programs, which reach nearly 23,000 students include: Simply Strings, Elementary School Listening Program, free concerts for youth in Weill hall and in schools, It's Elementary! music education in local schools. HISTORY: Founded by Music Director George Trombley in 1928, with 32 members, its first concert, held in the Elks Club in downtown Santa Rosa was so well-received that they moved to the much larger Santa Rosa High School auditorium, where they remained until 1982. The Symphony then performed at the Luther Burbank Center for the Arts, until the completion of the Green Music Center in 2012. Music Directors, in order: George Trombley 1928-1957, Corrick Brown 1957-1994, Jeffrey Kahane3 1995-2006, Bruno Ferrandis4 2006-201.7 Grants: Hewlett Foundation, the James Irvine Foundation, National Endowment for the Arts, the Heller Foundation and the Community Foundation Sonoma County. Awards: Met Life Award for Community Engagement, 2002, for its collaboration with Santa Rosa High School on Sir Michael Tippett's A Child of Our Time multi-media performance project and documentary film. First place for adventurous programming from American Society of Composers Authors and Publishers 2012-2013. Member: Association of California Symphony Orchestras)(1 Petaluma Argus Courier:  New York Times:  SFGate:  Wikipedia: Sonoma State University 2  3  4  Reviews in Metropolitan paper, San Francisco's SFGate:  and  StarkInsider: )
Spirit of San Antonio -  It's the marching band for The University of Texas at San Antonio, and as part of the University's efforts to become a bigger name in college football, this ensemble is challenged to keep up and attempt to become known in the world of College Marching Band. Many other Marching Ensembles have articles, this one should be included.
The Other Guys (comedy octet) - a cappella group, mens octet, comedic group. The premier mens octet at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. The group has a 50 year history and is credited with the creation of the famous "Morrow Plots Song," a comedic tribute to the University's experimental cornfield, the Morrow Plots. More information can be found at (otherguys.org)
The Shalizi Group - The Shalizi Group has quickly become one of the top entertainment and management companies in the industry. We live to break boundaries which has allowed us to manage some of the top multi-genre recording artists, DJ/Producers, and songwriters which includes house hold names like Marshmello, Alesso, Jauz, Southside, Slushii and more. We support our growing roster through specialized in-house teams dedicated to talent management, digital marketing, merchandising, design, label services and brand development. TSG has partnerships with leaders in gaming, television, technology, consumer goods, fashion, and digital marketing, creating an ever-evolving platform for the success of our clients. 
Tunguska Electronic Music Society created by several musicians and composers on the threshold of centenary of the Tunguska phenomenal catastrophe, in order to capture the public attention to such an extraordinary event.
Upton Bass String Instrument Co -  - Upton Bass specializes in building award-winning custom handmade double basses with designs developed over years of working closely with some of the worlds finest upright bass players, such as Gary Karr, Eric Revis, John Patitucci, Marc Johnson, Travis Book, Todd Parks, Lynn Seaton, etc.
Viola da Gamba Society of America - a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the support of activities relating to the viola da gamba in the United States and abroad. It is a society of approximately 1000 members, consisting of players, builders, publishers, distributors, restorers and others sharing a serious interest in music for viols and other early bowed string instruments, which has been existence since 1962. 
ViolinOPEN - an organization of violinists performing instrumental covers of popular music 
VogueFM - international online radio station and online community
Wilcox-Gay Corporation Manufacturer of radios, tape decks, reel-to-reel systems, televisions, police radios, record players, transcription recorders and a pioneer in home recording, recordio was there first line of hardware.
Youth Empowered Action A youth empowerment organization that runs youth activism summer camps. Relevant media articles are listed on their website.
A2Z Studio - Prague based recording studio founded in 2018. It is offering all kinds of services related to music.  They work with well known artists as Jaywon, Reekado Banks, Onyx , and more. 
arstrx - Bangladeshi Producer-songwriter based in Dhaka. . He founded country's 1st Trap Music Record label WeDaRevolution, that pays on behalf of poor artists. 
Andrew Fenton Kazdin (born October 20, 1934-died November 28, 2011)-Grammy Award-winning Classical music producer; composer, audio producer NY Philharmonic, Live from Lincoln Center; CBS Masterworks; Producer for Glenn Gould, Morton Gould, E Power Biggs, Murray Perahia, many others.
BREYER - Breyer White (BREYER) is a West Virginian music producer, artist, and songwriter based in Los Angeles. He is a long-time collaborator with Jesse Smith (musician) and played and lead guitar in Smith's band Jesse Smith & the Holy Ghost.  BREYER and Jesse have since started a new electronic duo Serpent Servant Slave and are set to drop their debut album on vinyl through Mind Over Matter Records.  BREYER is actively releasing new tracks and working with other artists in California.
Channel (music) - like a pre-chorus, but as long as a verse, and instrumentally could fool someone into thinking that it is the chorus until the actual chorus breaks through; (I have no documentation but this is taught in songwriting books and classes)
Childen's metal - a subgenre of heavy metal music, mainly for children. The first band ever to start this genre is the UK-based group Sharky Sharky, which was formed in 2013 and makes a combination of pop, rock, punk and power metal with light-hearted fantasy themed lyrics, mostly about oceans and sharks.
Eric Medley - Long time music producer-audio engineer from LinOma Nebraska; Tremulant Records - Eric Medley Music Productions
E-Sassin - Los Angeles based drum & bass music producer/dj whose work has been featured on Dieselboy mixed CDs. Has worked with or done work for drum & bass artists, Dom & Roland, Gridlok, AK1200, The Angel, 60 Channels, Hive, Raiden, Dieselboy, and has release on various labels including Moving Shadow (UK), Formation (UK), Palm Pictures (US), Renegade Hardware (UK), as well as his own label Sound Sphere Recordings (US). Recent media coverage and interviews include, DNB Vault , Kmag,
Howard X (High profile Hong Kong-based Australian Kim Jong Un impersonator , who is also a professional music producer of Chinese Brazilian-style band Bossa Negra. He was also featured in a viral music video by Russian rave band Little Big and Kuwait-based Zain group's controversial commercial for Ramadhan.)  (Requested 30 Jun 2019)
Isosine - mashup producer most known for "Justin Bieber vs. Slipknot - Psychosocial Baby," which was posted on YouTube in 2011
iZLER - film and television composer and songwriter/performer; (television includes: Revenge, Shameless, ER, The Chicago Code; film includes: On the Ice, Natural Selection, Humboldt County; songwriting and performing: Robbie Williams, Ryan Adams, Imogen Heap, Dave Stewart, Jesse Malin, Kim Caldwell, Kylie Minogue, Tom Jones, Brian May, Holly Johnson; 
J2 - producer and composer with credits ranging from Shakira's "Dare La La La', and Cassie's "King of Hearts", to iconic remixes like Michael Jackson's Man In The Mirror" and Elton John's "Goodby Yellow Brick Road" 
Jason Corsaro a Recording Engineer. He has been associated with such artists as Robert Palmer and The Powerstation.
Jef Moll - American producer, engineer, editor, mixer; member of producer Michael "Elvis" Baskette's recording team
Jeff "Critter" Newell (died 2012-1-2; age 45) - sound engineer; worked with Nine Inch Nails, Ministry, Lard, (Facebook links f.w.i.w.: Critter Newell memorial/Irish wake. Monday, Jan 9 at 9:00pm; ; ; 
Jizza Pro - R&B and pop producer; based in London, UK, where he owns a recording studio
Johnny R Goode III - American lighting designer; lighting director, Skydog Gypsy (2001–2002), Disco Biscuits (since 2002); lighting designer, Austin City Limits Festival 2004, 2005, 2006; lighting crew chief, Willie Nelsons Family Picnic 2005; lighting board operator, ESPN Boxing 2005; lighting designer, Progressions DVD, The Disco Biscuits; won a Jammy - Tour of the Year 2008, DVD of the Year 2008, Lighting Designer; lighting board operator: Snoop Dog, Sheyrl Crow, Robin Williams, Lewis Black, Robert Randolf, Pat Green, The Roots, The Duo, Keller Williams, Antibolis, Al Green, Paul Wall, Slim Thug
Lou Whitney - Influential late 20th century musician and producer (Jonathan Richman, Wilco et al.). Some musical/historical illiterate deleted an existing article on Whitney as "apparently not notable."
Mantis (musicians) - electronic music producers from Atlanta, GA; known for metal-infuenced dubstep; multiple charting albums, including Epsilon, which hit overall Beatport top-five releases at #4 on the second day; ; ; 
Mike Maxheat Mosley (also known as MaD MaX) - from Akron, Ohio; director of operations, audio video engineer, webmaster, PR specialist, radio DJ, remix specialist, motivational speaker, program director, journalist, graphic designer, recording engineer, digital music editor, music arranger, multi-instrument musician producer, underground music ambassador and the lead performer for M3 Records Ohio; B.A. in media production, minor in pre-law, University of Akron; co-founder, M3 Records Ohio and internationally syndicated Pro Flow Fa-Sho Show radio program on Pro Flow Radio
Nada Recording Studio - located in New Windsor, NY; owned by John Naclerio (My Chemical Romance, Brand New, Polar Bear Club, Just Surrender, The Audition, Midtown); studio has fostered the careers of many large mainstream rock bands
Nathan Lanier, the artist/composer that is responsible for many songs played on on so you think you can dance. Songs include Torn and Sand among others.
Norby Walters - agent (The Walters Group) who branched out into sports agent work; gained "notorious" reputation for making cash payments to college athletes (see Cris Carter); convicted (with partner Lloyd Bloom) on racketeering and mail fraud charges
Razor K1 - An English music producer; best known for his dance music and hit "This is MC"
Reckkl3ss (Musician and Producer) Artist Born And Raised in Louisville, KY.Carl Mack III Also known as "Reckkl3ss" is a American Star Producer And American Rapper. [Reckkl3ss http://g.co/kgs/bA1ttR] He began making music and instrumentals in 2012 and Released his debut Album Named "KKrossfaded" [KKrossfaded http://g.co/kgs/kxVgr9] in 2018 with a Label and Production Company Named [DoItLive Productions LLC] Owned by Terrance Edwards Reckkl3ss now creates music and spends his time working on his Music Marketing and Promotion Business in Jefferson City MO also Called Reckkl3ss.
Rikki Farr - Organized the Isle of Wight festival in 1970, has MANY gold records hanging on his wall, currently working with a company called RIVA making audio gear. Mentioned in several articles, but no dedicated article. Would be nice to see a list of everything he's been involved in.
Robert T. Pooner (born July 7th, 1988)raw1 productions, scum money music and pooner productions
Tony May (born Ross Anthony May, 1937) - New York City recording engineer, songwriter and producer; engineering career spans many genres, included Broadway musicals, film soundtracks and television, and stretched from the 1950s analog tape mono era to early multi-track digital, as well as analog restorations and transfers to digital formats; many of his mid-1970s recordings were later sampled for rap and hip-hop ("Hot Wheels (The Chase)", from the soundtrack to the film Gordon's War; "It's Your Thing", from the Isley Brothers album It's Our Thing, to name two); ; ; (the links to these searches include results from the British photographer of the same name, which need to be disambiguated)
Tre Nagella - record producer, engineered Kirk Franklin's Grammy winning albums, The Fight of My Life (2008), Hello Fear (2011) and Losing My Religion (2016), as well as albums with Erykah Badu and Tamela Mann; chief engineer, Luminous Sound in Dallas, TX, with Paul Loomis 
Trevor Kustiak - record producer, produced both Evans Blue albums, The Melody and the Energetic Nature of Volume (2006) and The Pursuit Begins When This Portrayal of Life Ends (2007), as well as their third album (2009); producer of debut album from Rains (Stories, 2009); co-owner, The Pocket Studios in Toronto, with Mari Dew and Mike Turner; former guitarist/songwriter, Cool for August
Umru Rothenberg (also known as umru) - electronic music producer, produced for Charli XCX and associated with PC Music, A.G. Cook and 100 gecs
Veteranbeatz - Atlanta Based Hip-Hop Producer from the San Francisco Bay Area; Credits: Lil Baby, Lil Duke, Career the Brain, Gaz The Rapper
Yai y Toly - otherwise known as 'Los Nativos'; owners of the independent, reggaeton focused label - Nativos Music; Producers, Songwriters and Mastering Engineers based out of Carolina, Puerto Rico.
Ambition Records - ; Record label/store based in the UK specializing in the selling of records from Pop-Punk, Emo, Post-Hardcore genres and from bands such as Neck Deep, The Story So Far, Citizen, Enter Shikari, Basement etc.
Bad Stain Records - ; Bad Stain Records in an independent record label based out of Phoenix, Arizona that started in 1996. Bad Stain has released 42 albums from over twenty bands, and was best known in the late 1990s for their compilation albums, primarily their “Punk Til Ya.....” series of compilation CD's that featured various popular independent and underground recording artists at the time, such as Less Than Jake, At The Drive In, FYP, The Weakerthans, Big Wig, Buckwild, and many more. The label was founded by twin brothers, Kris and Kelly Johnson, and Chase Rodgers (better known as Chase Stain) in 1995, although due to the fact that none of the three founders were 18 years old at the time, they did not legally obtain a business license until January 2nd, 1996. Chase Stain purchased the Johnson brothers portion of the label and became sole owner of Bad Stain Records in late 1996. The label has primarily focused on punk rock, pop punk, humorcore, post hardcore, anti-folk, skate punk, folk punk, anti-punk, rockabilly, hardcore, ska, and those musical styles closely related to the same genre. Active bands on the label include: Numbers On Napkins, Rose Sunshine, Johnny Laundromat and The Drycleaners, 946 West, Doping, Daisy Moonshine and Her Redneck Brothers, Chase Stain, Mr. Plow, and many more. The label is run by its President, Chase Stain, and Vice President, Stain's daughter, Nova Kaine Stain, as well as the rest of the staff, Moe Money, Johnny Laundromat, Justin Bleach, and “Mohawk” Brian. LIST OF BANDS ON BAD STAIN RECORDS: Numbers On Napkins / Johnny Laundromat and The Drycleaners / Rose Sunshine / Chase Stain / Doping / Daisy Moonshine and Her Redneck Brothers / Mr. Plow / 946 West / Ask The Man (ATM) / United Magnetics / Swallow This / The Imports / All Mouth No Trousers / Yellow Sloth Chicken Broth / Dirty Laundry / Subject Mad / D.I.X. / Left Right Combo / Corrupt Citizen / Scratch N’ Sniff 
Casanova Records - is an American record company. Casanova was founded predominantly as a Hip-Hop music label in 1999. It later expanded its scope to include diverse musical genres including pop, alternative rock and rock. Historically, the label has housed popular acts such as Lost Factor, Here's To and Royale. , 
DIAGNOSTIC - artists include Bat Paper, Dark Dark Black, Gitmo!, Greedo's Revenge, Doctor Galopagos;
Dissention Records and Artist Management - Punk-influenced independent record label based in the UK with US expertise specializing in punk, post punk and rock 'n' roll; artists include RedRacer, Eighteen Nightmares At The Lux, John Hogg Music and Jesse James Wood. 
Dolph Hamster Music - independent label; artists include Napolien, Morning Departure, The Anarchists Pogo Party, SpyGame, AC Violator, The Apocalypse Method and S&M; 
Dubophonic - Independent label community based in Cyprus featuring artists from all around the globe, operating since 2013, exploring the art of dub music (reggae, dub, bass, fusion, world music, electronica). Provides mainly free downloadable releases under Creative Commons License, high quality digital releases and limited edition CDs. ; ; ; ; ; ; Reviews:; Airplay:
Heartcore Records Berlin-based independent record label created by the guitarist and composer Kurt Rosenwinkel that is dedicated to the release of high quality music, regardless of genre or style. 
MUSICAL DEVILZ - An independent record label, Which provides free of cost releasing and give the artist 45% of their royalties.
Magick Eye Records - An independent music label focusing on dance/trance. Has released music from Another Green World, Astralasia, Black Hole, Children of Dub, Cybernaut, Flutatious, Magic Mushroom Band, Spacehopper, Spiralhead, SYT, Under the Honeytunnel, UVX. 
Melée Recording Group (MRG) - Independent Hip Hop label from Birmingham, UK. Founded in 2015 by Hip Hop artist Synikall (Chris Brown) and Nathaniel Thompson & represent Trademark Blud (Hip Hop), Lady Sanity (Hip Hop), Franklin Armstrong (Hip Hop), TZ (UK Garage/House) & Synikall (Hip Hop). 
Muti Music - San Francisco based label since 2002 founded by Dov1, artists include Kraddy, ill.Gates, Mimosa, ill-esha, Sizzla, An-ten-nae, Mista Savona, Andreilien, Heyoka etc
MUZAI Records Independent record label originally based in New Zealand that predominantly worked in the all ages music scene around the Auckland area. A number of artists on MUZAI went on to form other bands including Superorganism, DOPRAH and Yumi Zuma. 
Puma Strut - founded 2000; independent label; based in Brighton, England; specialises in funk-fuelled hip-hop inspired by the original elements of the culture; founded by DJ/producer Macca (aka DJ Beathoven); 
Radius Records - Independent Record Label that operates in London, United Kingdom; Formed in 2019 it’s worked with 30+ artists and accumulated over 100,000 streams in the last year. Website: 
Raw Tapes Records - Record Label based in Tel Aviv, Israel; Formed in 2008 by Rejoicer & Plusga, and today is a home for many local producers / bands such as Buttering Trio, Mo Rayon, Cohenbeats & Many more. Website: 
Ray Ramon Records - Australian Independent Record Label, Newcastle, Australia; Formed by husband and wife, Ray and Jenni Ramon; Home to Artists such as Ray Ramon, Jenni Ramon, Big Mannie and Andromeda. Website: 
R&C Japan - Japanese label; released several of Fayray's and other Japanese recording artists' albums; 
Redefinition Records - ; label co-owned and operated by Washington DC-based artist Damu The Fudgemunk; indie label; distributes music on vinyl, CD and digitally (digital through The Orchard); (previously somebody made a page with this name but it was a group that did not legally own the company name nor conduct business as Redefinition Records, LLC; page removed for not non-notability)
The Record Machine -  US based label established in 2003. Has released over 70 albums. Curates and founded Kansas City's Middle of the Map Fest.
Rollercoaster Records Ltd - ; UK based label specialising in 1950s and 1960s rock'n'roll and quirky releases on CD and vinyl. Including high quality sound releases from Buddy Holly and Crickets. Publisher of books on music with accompanying CD releases
Sandcastle Records - California-based independent label; supports D.I.Y. bands and helps local artists artists: Such A Mess; unreleased artists: Happy Harbor, Seasons Change, Captives; ; 
Sinnbusrecords - ; Berlin-based independent label, publisher, concert-promoter and artist-collective; features indie, post-rock and electronica; artists: Bodi Bill, Alarma Man, Audrey, SDNMT, Ter Haar, Troy von Balthazar, Beach, Monotekktoni, Kam:as, Torchous, Ampl:tude, Kinn, Barra Head, Toboggan, I Might Be Wrong, Masonne
Sound Sphere Recordings Los Angeles based independent drum & bass record label. Founded in 1996 by Eric Hull (aka E-Sassin). Credited as the first record label on the west coast dedicated strictly to drum & bass music. -  -  -  - 
Wise 'Trip' Records - global online independent record label driven to improve social welfare through supporting new music artists and music education & therapy programs; all subgenres of electronic(a) music; 
XCI Records - Los Angeles based Record label and major studio; pop,r&b, rap, and hip hop based expanding into rock and electronic based records, artist and bands; ; 
Zobe Records - USA based international independent record label with a diverse roster in all genres of music, publishing company, entertainment and media company; a division of the international company Zobe Models & Talents Agency; owned by music executive and celebrity booking agent Alonzo Black; artists include Kenn Retro, Re-Arna, J.R. Holmes, Liana, Kayisha, Staccato, and Prince Lunatic;.
Adrija Gupta (Adrija Gupta, born September 4, 1994 is an Indian musician, music producer, singer-songwriter, performer and an artist. The only girl child to a musician father, Adrija grew up in a musical environment. She passed out from The Trinity College Of Music, London, with a specialization in classical guitar, and returned to India
to compose and sing for several Bollywood Films, Television Shows, Punjabi Films, South Indian Films, and numerous Advertising Projects.) 
Tom Speight - British singer-songwriter based in London. Tom's songs from debut .album 'Collide' have been regular features of BBC Radio 2, including Graham Norton's featured artist of the year in 2018 . He also headlined Glastonbury's Acoustic stage in 2019  and had a number one single in Brazil before launching his debut album 
Jennifer Heemstra (M.M. in Piano Performance, Cleveland Institute of Music | B.M. with honors, College of Music, Michigan State University
A professional pianist and entrepreneur, performer to over 65,000 children and adults from India and other countries where classical music may be hard to find for most people – and a few water buffalo who wander through the open-air concerts.
Jennifer Heemstra is founder of the Kolkata Classics Trust in India, which provides free health services for trafficked women, educates children and exposes the citizens of Kolkata to classical music. In 2017, she founded the Pitch Pipe Foundation, a US-based NGO through which Heemstra organized and headlined “On the Road,” a patriotic salute to our veterans. She most recently organized 50 concerts to support the National Salute to Veteran Patients at Veterans Affairs medical facilities nationwide.
Heemstra received the Secretary of State Award for Outstanding Volunteerism Abroad from John Kerry, was recipient of the MSU College of Music Distinguished Alumni Award and was its 2017 Commencement speaker.
Marshall University Marching Thunder - college marching band based in Huntington, West Virginia. Their history of shows, notable songs, notable alumni, past directors/current director (Adam Dalton), uniforms, etc...
Hear and Play Music Group - specializes in the delivery of video based tutorials on learning contemporary piano playing with particular attention to the Gospel music genre. The company website claims to teach the students the ability to learn any song by ear after the tutorials have been completed. Hear and Play Music Group currently serves over 189,200 musicians in over 120 countries and provides up-to-date information and resources for gospel musicians all around the United States. (website)
Rickover Naval Academy - Rickover Naval Academy is a college preparatory school established in 2005 on the north side of Chicago .
Spode Music Week - There is a link on the page for Robert Sherlaw Johnson for Spode Music Week, which he used to be director of, but the link is marked 'page does not exist'. There definitely used to be an entry for Spode Music Week, so either there is some typing or direction error, or the article has been mistakenly removed. It should be easy to reinstate.
The Black Suits (musical) - Music and lyrics by Joe Iconis. "A rock musical about a high school garage band on suburban Long Island trying to win The St. Anne's Battle of the Bands. The story of two teens and their struggle to learn how to be real friends as the inevitability of adulthood threatens to pull them apart. A musical about dreams, blood, Pop Tarts, records, drug runs, blue hair, the St. Anne's Battle of the Bands, and the undying transformative coolness of rock and roll music." - 
Supertown (musical) - 2014 musical premiering in Leeds in 2014, produced by LIDOS, written by James Sidgwick & Robert Sanders.
Fugitive Songs - 2010 musical; music and lyrics by Nathan Tysen and Chris Miller. A musical about six different people running from six different things.
USHERS: The Front of House Musical - 2014 musical; Music by Yiannis Koutsakos, Lyrics By James Oban and Book by James Rottger premiering at the Hope Theatre (London Fringe), Charing Cross Theatre and The Arts Theatre, London. A new and original musical about a group of ushers and their trials and tribulations as out of work actors. Produced by Kouban Productions Cast recording by SIMG Records.
Musical act - as concept (like Band). Used in many articles
The Standard Repertoire - It's not unusual to hear this phrase used by people who play classical/baroque/etc. music. The idea of a standard repertoire appears to be used in many places in Wikipedia (List of Operas in the Standard Repertoire, for example). Now I wouldn't be surprised if this is a bit of a nebulous and genre-specific term, but it seems to me that even simply having an article that says so would be useful to those who are curious.
Scoring Stage - "Scoring Stage" appears to be a technical term for a place used to record movie scores. It appears in news articles and Google searches for the term used in this way. "Sound Stage" has an article, but this is a different concept. (, , )
Butterfly Messiah - Needs formatting. It appears as though the bulk of the page was directly copy+pasted from the official site. --Blu Aardvark 23:46, 10 July 2005 (UTC)
The page appears to have been formatted, though there's very little information. Is it time to remove this page from the list? --Niwikki 09:21, 16 December 2005 (UTC)
Boys Night Out - This page is awful. Its been tagged for NPOV, clean up, and wikify. The person who wrote the majority of it seems to write like a music critic. --Windsamurai 21:47, 9 September 2005 (UTC)
Dangerous Toys - Semi Disbanded is a made up section header (Current Projects seems more appropriate). Much of the Section content promotes upcoming commercial product releases - including some for other bands. Needs a shift in focus to actual (i.e., current or previous) Dangerous Toys releases.
Deadsy - This page has potential. It has alot of easily accessible information, but everything is unsourced. Some things are easy to find, well others are not so much. Lamentingvampire09 07:20, 21 November 2006 (UTC)
Poison - This article has an extreme fan pov, and is riddled to the core with ridicules statements, trying to make the band sound like its one of the greatest groups on the planet. Avador 19:31, 16 March 2006 (UTC)
Shattersphere - This page is very biased. Just look at the intro, "Imagine the ultimate combination of Rock and Metal, a genre of music that can dominate the Mainstream world and still have enough capacity to steamroll into the Underground. Now take a quintet of driven, talented, and professional musicians and the result is Shattersphere.".
Queens of the Stone Age - Just joined this WP ... QOTSA's page is full of good facts and is somewhat cited but it needs an overhaul. I am going to dive in head-first! Any and all suggestions are more than welcome -- I'm going to need some help along the way! AC (talk) 03:00, 26 August 2010 (UTC)
Christian Death - Numerous problems...Mainly that NONE of the information is cited, and the references is full of unreliable sources that are mainly heresay. The article is also extremely biased, and most of the contributors have a biased either towards Rozz Williams or Valor Kand. The article needs a neutral person to come in and clean it up...I've tried and failed. rzrscm (talk) 23:10, 27 August 2010 (UTC)
Monyaka - I've been told that you may be able to help me out with finding good references for this.--126.96.36.199 (talk) 18:53, 29 August 2011 (UTC)
As of 6/2006, there are pages for four (5-7-8-9) late symphonies. (The early ones are much less frequently heard; someone who owns them could reference their record notes ... short articles are better than nothing for starters, they will get filled in eventually.)Twang 02:31, 27 June 2006 (UTC)
Robert Schumann - Same here, only very few of his major works have their own articles as of now. MikeCapone 22:36, 30 Dec 2004 (UTC)
Antonio Salieri - Quite a few issues here; see its talk page for details. In summary, very POV, disputed facts (like Mozart accusing Salieri of attempted murder). --C S 02:26, Jan 3, 2005 (UTC)
Robert Hardy (bassist) — The last two sentences about this artist's webbed feet and his lies seems farfetched. Could somebody check these facts? Thank you. — RJH 22:37, 10 Mar 2005 (UTC)
Guru Surajananda - apparently an eminent Indian musician, appeared on AfD due to difficulties in researching and establishing notability. There is copious material on the web, but it needs someone better able to understand the cultural references to expand this beyond a stub.
Alright, his birthdate has been fixed per grove, I removed a broken external link from Sopranist (which he wasn't). Giambattista is just a common contraction of his given names, so I've left that alone. I think that's all. Makemi 00:19, 8 March 2006 (UTC)
The Space music article urgently requires outside opinions on a number of matters relating to definition of the term and its context with the ambient music continuum. --Gene_poole (talk) 23:44, 8 March 2008 (UTC)
The Dark Cabaret article is in need of some serious TLC. It had four infoboxes on it before I got ahold of it; now it has a fifth. Please, if you can, fix this article. In its current state, it's a blight. 188.8.131.52 (talk) 22:12, 7 March 2008 (UTC)
There's an RfC going on at Talk:Pop music - input would be greatly appreciated! Sssoul (talk) 12:10, 7 November 2008 (UTC)
The former featured article blues and in particular its section musical style needs much cleanup and references. Could some music expert have a look at it. Thanks. Vb 11:32, 5 February 2009 (UTC)
Help! Anybody interested in taking a pop at Dream pop with me, this article is driving me nuts, people just fill it up with any old rubbish, see my comments on talk page, firstly it is a vaguely defined, almost non-existant genre, never heard of it before myself and it's mainly OR with comments like "the Velvets, Husker Du, the Cocteau Twins, Bauhaus" etc. were all influences on it.
None of the bands listed in the lede as the main proponents have any article, reference or bio referring to them as dream pop. CaptainScreeboParley! 19:53, 7 February 2012 (UTC)
I made a bunch of headway with the writing & grammar, but the article is still pretty thin. Bubamara 09:59, 31 Mar 2005 (UTC)
Geoffrey Oryema includes only a rewording of his amazon.com description (from CD cover) and external links, as I don't have access to any biographical sources - any takers? - Kwill 16:53, Jun 12, 2005 (UTC)
Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan - He was a major Qawwali singer. The article needs to be improved a lot. I would do it myself, but I have little knowledge of music. Anyone who studies music will find working on this article very interesting, as his music is uniqe and this man was famous the world over. Anyway, the lead needs expansion, better description of his music in technical terms needs to be given, and the article needs more references. --Zaindy٨٧ 12:21, 9 March 2008 (UTC)
Diana Ross's Diana Ross' Greatest Hits album article has a two questionable paragraphs: the one starting "Diana had no less than 4 albums on the charts at the time..." because it refers to albums and songs that came out years later and the grammar and meaning is questionable; and the one starting ""Diana Ross Greatest Hits" included one of the first mega-mixes created by a club dj" because the album contains no such mix. It would seem that these paragraphs were intended for a different article.--Pmarkush (talk) 13:40, 14 August 2013 (UTC)
Woodford Folk Festival - The woodford folk festival is a massive annual event that involves hundreds of thousands of people and has been around for almost 20 years in some form but the entry is absolutely tiny and does nothing more then acknowledge its existence.
Music of La Femme Nikita: the article lacks sources (documentation for verification) and appears to be the product of original research: WP:NOR. (See "Broadcasting" section above.) --NYScholar 22:51, 23 June 2007 (UTC)
This has the potential to be a very useful article, if only any information on its origins can be supplied. Even the identity of the recording would be a major step. Matthew Platts 02:22, 25 Feb 2005 (UTC)
Article is well written, heavily sourced, much too long, and incomplete. Organization is incoherent. Says more about Klezmer than Jazz. This has the makings of a featured article that went astray. Part of the Arts of the United States series. Durova 19:44, 10 December 2005 (UTC)
Article lacks coherence and import. The sections vary considerably in content and focus, with some amounting to little more than lists. Someone with a broad understanding of modern Italian music, including its influences, could really help this one along. Vineviz 15:08, 14 February 2006 (UTC)
Lacking enough source information, was only able to build up a basic bio of his life from a obituatry in the Chicago Sun-Times from 2000. Internet sources are very minimal, so other alternate source will have to be found with more information. Also, I was unable to find anything on his birth date, though in the obituary, his exact death is mentioned. Compuguy1088 19:33, 21 January 2007 (UTC)
For over one year now, Rhythmic mode has required someone who knows something about music to take a looks at it. Hyacinth has presented specifications of what is required on the article's talk page. It would be cool if someone could head over there and help out.--Commander Keane 21:23, 14 April 2006 (UTC)
I've translated Arioso from fr:Arioso. Being not a specialist in music, I thought I'd bring it to your attention, to see if it makes any sense at all! --Wonderfool 10:29, 22 April 2006 (UTC)
This article needs considerable attention. It makes some sense, but is very incomplete, and in some instances inaccurate. The French article as of today's date is certainly somewhat improved from the version translated two years ago - a new translation would be a good starting point. Vicar98230 (talk) 18:45, 25 March 2008 (UTC)
Read it and weep. Almost non-existent article, I've heard they are quite popular. meltBanana 01:04, 20 November 2006 (UTC)
I've added it to Wikipedia:Requests for expansion and stubbed it, so hopefully it will get more attention now, especially considering it has well over 500 articles linking to it. Madder 19:09, 22 November 2006 (UTC)
Not referenced, and past versions have received complaints from professors and students in the field. -- Zanimum 17:27, 22 November 2006 (UTC)
This article mentions Reinhardt and Farkas. Both of these people have written books on the subject of embouchure, and permission to cite these texts could probably be easily attained. Another great reference is David Hickman's "Trumpet Pedagogy". This book retails for about $44. Being a trombonist, I would also recommend Ed Kleinhammer, Reginald Fink, and the Alessi/Bowman edition of the Arban Method. --Mdwilber (talk) 19:13, 24 December 2007 (UTC)
Sound production and choice of equipment (mouthpiece) is highly dependent on mouthpiece placement. What I mean is that a player with a 70/30 upper/lower embouchure is going to be able to play lower more easily, while the other way around enables the player to play higher more easily. For this reason, this fact should be given a greater amount of emphasis. --Mdwilber (talk) 19:23, 24 December 2007 (UTC)
I am currently trying to get this to GA status and eventually featured article status, but I am having major problems with the section on the band's music and its themes, after having done major work on the history section. Any help would be appreciated.-h i ss p a c er e s e a r c h 17:17, 23 June 2007 (UTC)
This article failed the WP:FLC due to the ongoing dispute of the format of the article. Please, we need to resolve this dispute ASAP, and the only to do it is by voting. Voting is occurring at the talk page. It would be nice to have your opinions on this. We need to have scope and opinion from other non-Carrie Underwood fans who can provide useful criticisms. Please contribute! Cheers. σмgнgσмg(talk) 08:58, 27 February 2008 (UTC)
Smacks of a promotional piece with inflated claims ("the Madonna of Russia"?). Could use some help on this, esp. from anyone conversant in the language; I've posted a similar request at WP:RUSSIA. I want to assume good faith but I've had little luck with Google; hopefully someone can help prove my instincts wrong this once. —Hello, ControlHello, Tony 16:32, 3 March 2008 (UTC)
Could somebody please take a look at Susan Hurley (composer)? I am in a bit of an edit war with a very stubborn newbie who refuses to follow Wikipedia style formatting. I've never heard of this composer, and I have no opinion as to anything about her, but the article reads like a resume, full of sentence fragments, and the newbie owner of the article is repeatedly attacking me for having the temerity to suggest that his prose is not deathless. Corvus cornixtalk 23:16, 14 April 2008 (UTC)
If this article is in any way useful it should be linked on the music portal.
Though, I don't think in its present state it is useful. It's not neutral. It should either be a mere link list of articles on the individual years in music or - if some events are pointed out there- someone should make sure that only really significant events are mentioned, not the birth of some musicians or the release of some albums. At least, if people think some event is important enough to be mentioned there they should make clear why. Could someone from the music project please have a look at this?--Sylvia Anna (talk) 21:56, 5 October 2008 (UTC)
The article on Sofia Rotaru features a claim of her having declared an income of $100 millions for 2007. This would make her the highest earning solo performer in the world in that year, compared to e.g. Madonna earnign 37 . The claim is based on a synthesis of two unlinked claims by the Deputy Chairman of the State Tax Administration of Ukraine. The annual incomes of similar Post-Soviet entertainers did not exceeded $9 millions (Alla Pugacheva, Filipp Kirkorov, Maxim Galkin). See all the evidence on Talk:Sofia Rotaru. --Jaan Pärn (talk) 12:38, 17 November 2009 (UTC)
The above mentioned problem is just one example out of many. The article features more outrageous claims (including Rotaru being the first ever rapper in the 1970s), weasel words (Rotaru is considered a Pop Queen etc) and unencyclopaedic content (info about her impersonators, friends etc). All of the issues have been raised on the respective talk page accompanied by a nasty edit war resulting in every possible improvement reverted by a raving fan of Rotaru. A 3O process was initiated which failed completely, mostly, because it is solely a content issue. The article in its current shape is a parody of what a wikiarticle on a musician should be and therefore in bad need of attention. --Jaan Pärn (talk) 13:48, 23 November 2009 (UTC)
Need someone more familiar with the subject to please visit Talk:Song#Edit_dispute and see if perhaps a third party can comment and help clarify the issue of whether or not a song must have words (as opposed to an instrumental). - SudoGhost (talk) 00:26, 29 April 2011 (UTC)
Someone is inserting wrong info regarding the Victor Talking Machine Company. A new unrelated entity calling itself the Victor Talking Machine Company was formed last year and a problem editor keeps treating the two companies as one and the same. Please monitor the Victor Talking Machine article and revert erroneous postings. Thank you. Steelbeard1 (talk) 22:30, 28 March 2015 (UTC)
I write article Dare Straits Tour and I create stubs on redlinks and in discussion there was a question on sources.
I lean against soundly worked site, on it is much posters and tickets.
The opponent doubts reliability, but it is not enough its arguments to overpersuade me.
This question somewhere was discussed?--Andrey! 09:22, 19 February 2010 (UTC)
Aloha! Just FYI and to brighten your day: I big win for free knowledge! A federal judge ruled that the Happy Birthday To You lyrics are in the public domain . Yeeeeha! Happy Birthday To You..... :-) --Hedwig in Washington(TALK) 17:51, 23 September 2015 (UTC)
Opinions needed. I've created a draft of an article in my sandbox for Jim Bacchi. Does it meet the criteria for WP:MUSICBIO? I'd like to know what others think before I publish it. Thanks!-- — Keithbob • Talk • 18:44, 13 November 2015 (UTC)
WikiProject 19th-century American Music invitation
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an editor deleted most of the article on experimental rock . As he says on the talk page, he aims to rewrite it, and could find three sources, including Allmusic and a book on the band Yes. 7 months later, his version doesn't include a single reference to most of the important developments, including psychedelia, post-punk and industrial, but gives major weight to something called "post-progressive". The version of the article from February was mostly unsourced, but comparatively long and detailed and looked competent enough. I suggested improving on it instead of writing from scratch, but the editor didn't express his will to cooperate, saying only that I should "go for it". I don't have enough time to see to all this, so I decided to notify you of this issue. Chilton (talk) 12:06, 5 September 2016 (UTC)
It should be noted that the original version of "experimental rock" had been tagged with issues since 2007, and that it contained only 6 refs. Virtually the entire 22KB article was OR.
@Chilton: In response to this comment: "I suggested improving on it instead of writing from scratch, but the editor didn't express his will to cooperate, saying only that I should "go for it". I don't have enough time to see to all this ...", please read WP:BURDEN:
All content must be verifiable. The burden to demonstrate verifiability lies with the editor who adds or restores material, and is satisfied by providing a citation to a reliable source that directly supports the contribution.
By "go for it", I mean you are welcome to provide citations – if you can find them. I have tried looking for sources that directly support most of the claims from the original article. I have not been successful.