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  • Siphokuhle Sibisi (Pianist, African and Western music composer from Durban Emlazi, Sphokuhle Sibisi was born in 17 of April 2006. His mothers name is Zonke A. Sibisi and his father's name is Siyabonga Zwane.Sphokuhle started composing music doing grade 8 by lyrics and by the time doing grade 10 he started to write his compositions on Music scores. His first composition was titled "Sinekhaya eZulwini" the African song without piano and he composed the song titled "Sine Nkosi uMisuzulu" for the king of Zulu, Now he composed the Western piece titled "Roman 8:31" for All choir Soprano,Alto,Tenor and Bass which this song belong under the [Classic period])


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Festivals, concerts and awards

  • 1994 Billboard Music Awards A version of the Billboard Awards held in 1994.
  • 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. [30]
  • 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! [31]
  • Bass Coast Festival - 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. ( [32] [33] [34] [35])
  • Beethoven International Piano Competition (Vienna) - [36]
  • Boogie-Woogie World Championships are held each annually. Requested 14 July 2021
  • Boston Fuzzstival The psych-, garage-, and surf-rock Fuzzstival is the brainchild of Illegally Blind Productions’ Jason Trefts to unite local bands across genres for two days for an accessible and affordable price. It has been held for a decade.

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  • Cata Flamenca de Montilla Music festival held during the annual grape harvest festival and wine tasting event in Montilla-Moriles [39] [40] [41] [42]
  • Dhamaka Bollywood - promotes love, peace and unity among India and Pakistan; featured Sonu Nigam, Atif Aslam and Naz Choudhury a the O2 Arena in April 2012; [43]; [44]
  • Drone Day - 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. [45] [46] [47]
  • Invincible Tour A Concert Tour by English boy band Five as promotion to their 1999 album Invincible. [48] [49] [50]
  • 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 ( [51] [52] [53] [54] [55])





  • All Access Music Group a.k.a. Might be a useful addition to Wikipedia, seeing it's used more than a thousand times ( name, domain) as a (reliable) source. The Los Angeles Times has called it "an online journal of the radio industry" ( [106] [107]). Some webpages that might be useful: [108] (at MusicRow), [109] (at Crunchbase), [110] [111] [112] çekmeköy anaokulları
  • Alternative Music Hub - An alternative music website that services Australian music fans
  • BestMusicLive - An online music webzine covering the most popular genres of music including editorial, photographs, and videos [113]
  • BestMusicLiveTV - The YouTube Channel associated with BestMusicLive, providing weekly vidoe coverage of the top stories in music [114] dead link
  • buffaBLOG - [115] - An award-winning [12] music and culture blog chronicling the Western New York Music scene often referenced for local music happenings
  • Chybucca Sounds - British-based daily internet publication devoted to music criticism; [116]
  • Concrete Loop - urban music blog; [117]
  • The Daily Vault – music review website; founded 1997; [118]
  • Dark Legions Archive - net's original heavy-metal site; [119]
  • 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. [120] [121] [122] [123] [124]
  • - A drummers website with a huge drummers and techniques lists and perhaps one of the strongest online drummers communities
  • For Folks Sake - folk-music website; [125]
  • Jeff's Musical Car - weekly music show which showcases talented singer-songwriters with an intimate in a car; [126]
  • Live in Buffalo: July 4, 2004 - see John Rzeznik
  • 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 [127]
  • 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.)
  • 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. [128] [129]
  • 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. [130] [131] [132] [133] [134] [135]
  • 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. [136]
  • Pinpoint Music – music webzine; focuses on music reviews and live concerts; features include professional music videos (both live and set) and photography; [137]
  • Pop 'Stache – A Chicago-based online music journalism publication. Their motto reads, "at Pop 'Stache, we get off on music." [138]
  • RapReviews – music webzine of rap/hip-hop related news, interviews, reviews; [139]
  • REH Publications - producers of numerous instructional videos. History? Website? Located at Seattle WA 98103
  • Review Bastard - Band of music and movie enthusiast. Daily music and movie review blog: Review Bastard Music and movie discussion: Review Bastard Discussion Board
  • Runolaulu a Finnish song tradition, related to Estonian Regilaul.
  • Scene Point Blank - heavy music webzine celebrating 10 years (punk/hardcore/metal/hip-hop/more: [140]. I have an article ready for submission if this is deemed acceptable. Lorenspb ( talk) 21:25, 19 September 2013 (UTC) reply
  • The Silent Ballet - post-rock music zine; [141]
  • Trap City - YouTube Channel dedicated to trap music
  • UK sheet music charts (Charts based on sales of sheet music for popular songs were published in the UK from the 1930s to the 1960s - prior to 1952, they were the only regular music charts in the UK, published in Melody Maker and the New Musical Express, also broadcast on Radio Luxembourg) [13] [14] [15] [142] Billboard magazine issues which include these charts are also available to view for free. NB. I wasn't sure which category this request belonged in.
  • URB Press - is a webzine completely devoted to US Black Music and culture: rap, hip hop, r&b, soul, jazz [143] [16] [17] [18]
  • VogueFM - international online radio station and online community

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Orchestras, bands, ensembles, groups

Solo musicians

Suzi Jane Hokom, singer who sang “For a Day Like Today” written by Lee Hazlewood, on the album Cowboy in Sweden, released in 1970.

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  • Samuel Aniekan, known professionally as BJ Sam, is a Nigerian singer and songwriter. [167]
  • Lynn Castle, 1960s barber, composer, musician, and singer, mentioned in our Missing Links (album) article. [168] [169]
  • Gaetano Dellepiane Peruvian-American singer-songwriter and author of the first quantum-future prediction musical artwork. [20] Inventor of the first crypto-sonorous currency in the world (2017). [21] Founder of the international catalogue of the cajón instrument (2018). [22] Owner of the Gaetanotto record label (2011–Present). [23]
  • Adi Agashé d:Q27922197 - Indian singer-songwriter and actor.
  • Charlie Bereal Member of The Soul Seekers. Reviewer note: could possibly be created as a redirect.
  • Jennifer Heemstra (pianist) [170], [171]
  • János Breitner (1915-1981) - Hungarian music composer and singer; recorded and released a cover version of Sixteen Tons in 1960 called "Húsz tonna" on 7 inch record EP. The lyrics are translated from the original, but for the number of syllables, "16 tons" is changed to "20 (húsz) tonna". ( Hungarian Wikipedia)
  • Kara Nichole African American Christian Gospel singer-songwriter. [172], [173], [174]
  • KWEAN OONTZ also known as Chris Courtney Martin Queer African American Electronica Musician, screenwriter, poet and author. [175] , [176] , [177] , [178]
  • Virginia Mukwesha [ fi - Zimbabwean singer, musician, and dancer; daughter of Stella Chiweshe
  • Melisande Pope is a Boston-born composer, producer, sound designer, and multi-instrumentalist. She currently freelance composes for Made Music Studio and Netflix Music Lab, she releases music as a solo artist and shares her playful love for all things music on social media. Pope has composed for national television through Big Foote Music + Sound and Butter Music & Sound, and she has recorded and toured as lead guitarist for emo-lounge artist Raavi, garage-pop singer Maya Lucia, folk-rock quintet Yankee & the Foreigners, and retro-rock group White Elephant. She graduated from Berklee College of Music as a recipient of the City Music Full-Tuition Scholarship. A massive picture of her playing guitar is featured at Berklee on the side of the Stan Getz Library on Massachusetts Avenue. She has worked as a production assistant for James Taylor. ( [179]; [180]; [181]; [182]; [183])
  • Ben Portsmouth - an Elvis Tribute Artist. [24]
  • Mahjabeen Qazalbash, Suriyya Khanum alias Mahjabeen Qazalbash was a noted Pashto folk artist. [25] [26] Pashto singer Mahjabeen Qazalbash fights for her life as family seeks financial help, The Express Tribune, [27]
  • Pawel Siwczak, British / Polish harpsichordist, fortepianist and conductor, teacher [28] at the Royal Academy of Music in London, director of Bach Club. He specializes in historical performance, but loves reaching out beyond his disciplines, especially in collaborations with other artists. His work with Danny L Harle of PC Music was praised by BBC among "Five of the weirdest live sessions ever" [29]. He directes Royal Academy of Music Baroque Ensemble, notably in a Gresham College lecture-concert [30] with Professor Christopher Hogwood. He runs a concert series featuring period instruments in old and new repertoire in South-West London (first as Music at St Michael's, then London Concert Society, now merged into Bach Club) and takes part in Wandsworth Arts Fringe Festival [31] [32] regularly.
    Pawel Siwczak founded Bach Club, a grass-root baroque music venue in Wandsworth, London (2020-2022), now boutique record label, concert and masterclass promoter and home to an ensemble (Bach Club Soloists).
    He released a music video with Beethoven's Adagio from "Moonlight Sonata" played on a copy of a historical piano [33] [34], as well as other recordings. He featured on BBC Radio, Riverside Radio, The Strad [35]. He performs in the UK and internationally. He recently commissioned a new piece for the harpsichord and modern chamber ensemble from Héloïse Werner.
    Pawel Siwczak is a Fellow of the Royal Societ of Arts. He was elected ARAM (Associate of the Royal Academy of Music) for his services to arts and music.
    Some other media mentions: [36] [37] [38] [39]

Chameleon. That truly describes keyboardist/composer Tim Heintz. As an artist, sideman, songwriter, composer, and programmer, Tim has blended his background in jazz, rock, R&B and church music to be known as one of the most versatile musicians in the LA music business. Becoming known as a go-to session musician during the ‘80s and ‘90s, his work as a keyboardist and synth programmer was always in demand, working for artists as diverse as Jessica Simpson, Al Jarreau, Emerson, Lake and Palmer, Natalie Grant, Aretha Franklin, and Barry Manilow. Tim’s creative efforts also led to him being involved in many projects as an arranger and songwriter. His songs have been recorded by artists such as Lee Ann Rimes (Desperate Housewives Soundtrack), Sara Evans and the Warren Bros (the film “Where the Heart Is”), John Tesh, George Benson and many others. As a film composer, Tim has contributed music to box-office hits like “Enemy of the State”, “One Hour Photo”, and “Gone in 60 Seconds”. Tim has also written, produced, and arranged music for hundreds of TV and radio commercials, Disney and Universal theme parks, and several TV series. As an artist, Tim released 5 albums during 1987-1992 in what was the fast-growing smooth jazz genre. His song “Dear Jacqui” has remained a standard in that format and is still played on radio stations around the world every day. , [187], [188] [189]

  • Nathan Sharp, American YouTuber, voice actor, musician, and label owner. [190]
  • Toddy Tee - West Coast rapper
  • Yuno Miles A meme rapper known for his intentionally poor audio quality, comedic lyrics, and animal and object vocalizations during his raps. He is best known for songs like "Road to Riches," "Pirates on a Boat," and "Dinosaur." He shares his songs on platforms such as YouTube Music, Youtube, TikTok, Apple Music and Spotify. Yuno Miles. Yuno Miles




  • PastelTune Entertainment ( draft) - Japanese music publishing companies, record companies, and entertainment production companies.
  • Rave the City - Organization for raves in the Netherlands in the 90's. At that time the biggest competitor of Thunderdome.
  • Selectadisc - independent UK record store; branches in Nottingham, London and online
  • SongwriterLink - online songwriting collaboration community. [213]
  • - [214]
  • Southeastern Guide Dogs, Inc. - Nonprofit that trains service dogs at no cost to recipients. [215]
  • Spox Talk - political and social music
  • Subtempeco Muzik - provided music clearance for Traces of Death
  • Sympho - [216]
  • Tap 'n' Tin - music venue, club/pub/bar; Chatham, Kent
  • The Shalizi Group (TSG) - Entertainment / management company that manages many top multi-genre recording artists, DJ/Producers, and songwriters, including Marshmello, Alesso, Jauz, Southside, Slushii and more. TSG provides specialized in-house teams dedicated to talent management, digital marketing, merchandising, design, label services and brand development. TSG partners with leaders in gaming, television, technology, consumer goods, fashion, and digital marketing, creating an ever-evolving platform for the success of TSG clients. [217]
  • 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.
  • Utopia Music AG - [218] Swiss music financial technology company. Recently acquired several companies with a presence on Wikipedia [219] [220]. Currently valued at 2.5 billion euros [221].
  • 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. [222]
  • Western Canadian Music Hall of Fame
  • Youth Empowered Action [223] A youth empowerment organization that runs youth activism summer camps. Relevant media articles are listed on their website.
  • Zo Indigenous Forum [224]- An Indigenous Peoples organisation in Mizoram, India for the promotion and protection of human rights among the Zo Indigenous Peoples


Note: Electronic music DJs should be listed at Wikipedia:Requested articles/music/Performers and bands.






  • Shalom "J.Storm" Miller - American, grammy nominated record producer, songwriter, audio engineer. [249] [250]
  • Sonnemm (stylized “sonnemm”) - LA-based Peruvian Music Producer. Noted for writing and producing records for numerous artists and TV shows including “ The Good Doctor” (S4 E19 “Venga”), Fast and Furious: Spy Racers (S5 E8 “The Toretto Virus”), among others. Also performs as Music Director of the Active Rock Band Zero 9:36. [251], [252] , [253], [254], [255]
  • 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); [256]; [257];
  • Trevor Kampmann Artist, Producer, and Mastering Engineer of many Temporary Residence and Teenbeat recordings including Explosions In The Sky's Those Who Tell the Truth Shall Die, Those Who Tell the Truth Shall Live Forever and Flin Flon's "Boo-B00" [258] Speaking for Trees [259]
  • Tristam (musician - music producer, released by monstercat between 2011 and 2018; in 2020 founded his own label, Onyx Four Record, and there released his album Violence - Translate from es:Tristam
  • Wayne Bennett (musician) (also known as Wayne Lotek and Lotek) - producer, 2009 Barclaycard Mercury Prize-winning album Speech Therapy by Speech Debelle; produced for Roots Manuva on a number of his albums including the 2002 Mercury Prize-nominated album Run Come Save Me as well as releasing music as part of Lotek HiFi and as a solo artist; [260]


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Recording studios

Schools and music education

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Technical and business terms

  • 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)
  • envelope designer or transient designer - [351] (Tech Talk p. 6 for technical elements)
  • Musical act - as concept (like Band). Used in many articles
  • Russian Piano School - so many articles describe pianists (e.g. Kissin, Berman) as belonging to the Russian Piano School, which is a standard term in classical music and especially piano performance theory regarding a particular sound, technique and pedagogy that dominated the piano scene in the mid-20th century.
  • Regens chori (This appears to be a particular role in a choir. It appears in a handful of Wikipedia articles. For example, the article for Hans Richter, conductor.)
  • 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. ( [352], [353], [354])


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