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John M.: a Taxi member and AAA/pop singer/songwriter whose motto is: "If you don't hear it . . . you won't like it!" Hear John's music and more at his site

E.L. Mahon: Colorado composer, producer and artist. Pop/smooth jazz

Jean Mann: the airy music and vocals of Jean Mann offers a welcome
simplicity in our world of continuous noise. Without interruption or
flourish, Mann's lilting (and sometimes haunting) voice muses over the
undiluted structure of acoustic guitar

Mara: passionate acoustic rock that takes you on a journey to everywhere you’ve been or hope to go is how one fan describes Mara’s music. This award winning singer/songwriter rocks audiences with high-energy live shows that serve to showcase her natural talents as a powerful vocalist and entertainer

Anna Marie: songs that touch and tug at the hearts of all. She has mastered the most important ingredient of good music… feelings

Katie Marie: located in the UK, a singer/songwriter and dep/session musician

Marigold Engine: located in Chicago, they combine rock sensibility with electronic textures and a soulful voice with guitars, keyboards, bass and vocals

Evan Marshall: Americana Music - Folk Lyrics - Smooth Vocals. Think: the stories of Springsteen meet the musical versatility of Ryan Adams, and throw in a voice all its own

Christine Martucci: one of NJ's most energetic rockers. Martucci works the crowd into a frenzy like a show biz veteran

Beth Champion Mason: take a little Sarah McLachlan and Jewel, mix in some Jennifer Knapp and Alanis Morisette, and you'll have a pretty good idea of Beth Champion Mason's sound. This emerging singer/songwriter packages her intriguing and moving Christian lyrics in a style that appeals to the modern listener

Joe Matera: Australian guitarist, songwriter, rock journalist and owner of DiBliss Music

The Matthew Show: pop from the nerd lunchtable, featuring "Texas" the critically acclaimed new album by the matthew show

Maximilian: his music influences encompass many styles from classical to electronic. Here you will find his debut album Atmosphere and the follow up album Time which is a composition of atmospheric ambient tunes that will both relax and inspire the listener.

Max's Music Place: Max Robinson's songs for Baby Boomers site features info on his TV show, personal recording label and streaming audio Web cast

John Mayer: singer/songwriter/guitarist/author. On these pages you will find audio, lyrics, short stories, road recollections, tales for kidz, poetry, opinions, quotes, articles, trivia, serious stuff, favorite authors, photos and links

Barry McCabe: the "Celtic-Blues" guitarist from Virginia, Co. Cavan, Ireland has never been a person who copies what others have done

Mighty Sam McClain: fan site for the Indie and Grammy nominated bluesman

Russ McDaniel: site of the talented folk artist and his Folk Art records website with tracks available for sampling and purchase

Tim McGowan: showcasing the work of experienced professional composer writing and producing instrumental soundtracks for theatre and film projects

Matt Mckay: official band site. Songlist, photos, happenings and more!

Me Charlie Joe: produces, composes hip-hop beats with a sound that ranges from up north to down south, and all the way to the bay

Miguel Mega: Brazillian guitarist who presents a fusion of styles such as blues, rock, jazz, funk , Brazillian jazz and country

Diego "GroM" Meraviglia: young Italian rock/metal drummer extraordinaire

Sean Mercer: original neoclassical intrumental guitar compositions

Sue Merchant: Southwest UK indie singer/songwriter

Mez: aka Steve Mesropian, a multi-instrumentalist/singer/songwriter in the Boston area, whose current project is the band Tunnel

Guy Michetti: about to release his latest collection of original music. Guy applies his talent to a folk rock style that carries his lyrics straight to the heart of the listener

Darrell Millar: "time capsule" includes info pertaining to his career along with pix from his personal collection from his days in the KiLLeR DWaRfS (past and present) right up to his most recent projects AUTOMAN.CA

Jim Miller Band: is a singer, song writer, guitarist and former front man of the band Oroboros,he has opened for Richard Thompson (of Fairport Convention), The Grateful Dead's lyricist Robert Hunter, Phish , Merle Saunders, Steve Miller Band, Gov't Mule, Leftover Salmon, Dark Star Orchestra, and Dickey Betts.

Annie Minogue: it's here! Annie's long-awaited new album "Love Parade." Download some mp3 samples now!

John Mizarolli: one of the UK's leading blues-rock guitarists

Morphic Resonance Music: dedicated to the music of guitarist/composer David Pritchard

Ian Moss: one of Australia's best known guitarist. Site includes the Mossy discussion forum, tour dates, links, etc.

Motorbaby.com: home of New York based alternative rock group featuring Sharon Middendorf

Jeff Moyer: an internationally-known songwriter, author and advocate for human dignity. His publishing company, Music from the Heart, provides Moyer's recordings for children, schools, communities and families. He has appeared on the CBS Evening News, 20/20, in National Geographic and in a BBC documentary on the U.S. Disability Rights Movement. Moyer is a commentator on National Public Radio's "Morning Edition"

Samantha Murphy: is the type of singer-songwriter that you can't help but be drawn to; Because her material is creatively original & non derivative , she displays all of the gifts of melodic content & unique style that others merely emulate

MY MIZERY: ambient, New Age music for the sensuous souls. check-out his new 10-song CD, MIZERY BY RAMZI

Nanyana: selected for the Atlantis Music Conference and opening for the Little River Band, NanyaNa has been creating a steady awareness around Atlanta

Norman Nardini: the epitome of rock'n'roll. He lives it and breathes it

Nathan's Piano Music: musician/artist, Nathan Martinez invites you to listen to his original piano compositions

Roots Natty: an independent reggae artist/label from the island of Puerto Rico who brings the message of Rastafari to the world through reggae music and art

Ray Naylor: the new CD, "Slow Cooker," is here. For info write.
Let a song change your heart

Natalia Nazarova: unique blend of World music by Russian-born Natalia Nazarova and Chicago's Orbert Davis

The New Tropics: made their local Debut at Ribfest 2003 opening for Mountain on the main stage in Vinoy Park, St. Petersburg FL. In August the band is in the studio for a late October 2004 release. Songs on the new album include "Carry Me Back" some group collaborations with "Trip Thru Time", "Bright Side" and "Too Late in The Game" penned by Souza and some very funky rock tunes thrown in by all of the New Tropics members, Mike Regar, Steve Griggs and Bill Peterson

Roger Nusic: previous has recorded alternative pyschedelic rock; new music is rap, hip-hop with violin solos. Raps while playing guitar with sampler (& drum machine) with lots of violin solos, and dancing

Marty O'Brien: bassist who has played for Kilgore, Methods of Mayhem, Static-X, Disturbed, and Tommy Lee's live band. He is currently recording new music with Ben Moody (formerly of Evanescence)

Vel Omarr: sings great soul music with that legendary soulful style!

Omeil: winner of the hip-hop palace awards categories "Best Female Reggae Independent Artist"and "Most Promising Female Artist"

The O'Neill Brothers: two brothers on two pianos
Over 700,000 of their relaxing piano CDs sold!

On Top Of A Cloud: the Intelligent Internet Portal upholding separation of music and state; with original musical compositions, political commentary, online shopping and Irish portal enriched by the musical documentary, "Pipes of Peace," as well as news, links and weather

One Talking Shoe: (formally Crooked Smile) is musician, singer, songwriter Mark A. Garcia and vocalist Patricia McQuarry. Imagine Ray Davies, Rod Serling, Lou Reed, Kurt Vonnegut, Neil Young, Suzanne Vega, Laurie Anderson stuck in late 60's 'Traffic' watching early 80's 'Television' listening drifting soaking up the new decades freshest college radio. Original, literate, dynamic, dark, funny, eclectic songs for those ' so much older then but younger than that now'

Ossongs Music BMI: home of songwriter Dolores O'Sullivan

Dave Osoff: a keyboardist/songwriter from Boston playing instrumental music described as deep soulful grooves, inventive arrangements and melodies, intense and unique keyboard artistry that's a crossection of many diverse influences: rock, pop, funk, fusion, R&B, gospel, blues and boogie-woogie. Visit the site for MP3s, real audio and info on his upcoming CD release

Rob Oswin: pop / folk rock. Raw B's attention to detail in the studio and his "show-don't-tell" approach to songwriting are fortified by his deep and personal lyrical content

Mark Van Overmeire: composer, classical guitar and percussion performer

Oxford Philomusica: Oxford's international orchestra

Rodd P: artist/producer/composer/arranger/performer from Racine, Wisconsin, that does a solo thing, making it sound bigger live, by incorporating electric/acoustic percussion, backed by sequencers and drum machine. His music best falls under a "trance-groove" sort of heading, with an unfalteringly laid-back vibe. It flows, gyrates, and seeps into your subconscious. It plants a seed. When harvest time comes, look out. Although he resides in Wisconsin, this is music of LA, NY and any other big-time initials

Rachel Page: has a way of delivering a song that invites the listener in like an old friend. Her music is based in folk/roots traditions and "A bit of everything I ever heard and liked." With a voice that's soulful and direct she's charmed audiences of all ages at festivals, clubs and coffeehouses that include Grammy winning musicians and songwriters

Kalyan Pathak: located in Chicagoland, a versatile drummer, percussionist, and tabla player of global scope

Lynn Patrick: acoustic guitar instrumentalist. The song "Passing Through" from her all original CD "Winnie´s Guitar" won top honor in the 2002 Independent Music Awards

Janice Payne: the "guitar pickin' mama." News, pics, awards and more

Peacock Flounders: the band was formed in the winter of 2003 as a musical outlet for the original songs of New Haven area musicians Ron Sutfin and Kerry Miller. The songs are guitar driven with a pop sensibility in the melodies. The band is currently recording an album CD at producer Ron Sutfin's Wildwood Ranch Recording Studio in Durham Connecticut.

Logan Rayne Pepper: the official website of singer-songwriter Logan Rayne Pepper. Logan's vocals were featured on one of the songs that made it into the top twenty of the American Idol Songwriting contest. The song, "You Believed In Me" was written by fellow TAXI member Perry Smith

Perth Classical Music Wedding Ceremony Entertainment: Based in Perth, Australia, specialists in classical music combining flute, strings, harp and voice. Perfect for a wedding ceremony, reception or even as corporate entertainment

Jim Phelps: guitarist and pedal steel player with his own style, a mixture of country, blues, pop-rock with a little jazz thrown in. Website includes original guitar art, FAQs and writings on musicianship

Piano Duo: Diana Shapira & Stanislava Varshavsky are winnesr of a number of prestigious national and international competitions.Since 1998, when they started to play together, Diana Shapira and Stanislava Varshavsky participated in international festivals for piano duo in Germany, Israel, Italy, Poland and Russia.

Pincer: brand new British heavy metal band whose sound is the future of British heavy metal -- TODAY!

Anthony Pisapia: official Web site of the singer, songwiter, and guitarist of the Philadelphia based rock/pop band Cosmogony

ToddPlant.com: the official outpost of musician Todd Plant

Polarity1: a genre-defying organism that layers funny and serious, politically charged lyrics over funk, hiphop, techno and Afro-pop flavored grooves. It's a tougher chew than Pop -- a brew for people who are pretty literate and whose musical tastes are eclectic

Poppermost Sunshine Pop Music Band: is an original indie adult alternative sunshine power pop rock band with music licensing & downloads on Suicide Pop! Records based in Las Vegas.

Deborah Poppink: a Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter and recording artist who performs internationally. Her songs have aired on primetime television (The X Files, Jack and Jill and The Weather Channel) and in the feature film "Love Thy Neighbor"

The Prokai Project: guitar-oriented instrumental rock by Stephen Prokai. Over 100 minutes of downloadable MP3 originals influenced by Joe Satriani, the Allman Brothers, Steve Vai, Rush, Steve Morse and many others

POTSONGS: is a light hearted comedy album....seriously funny, seriously produced, seriously satirical with a couple of serious ballads thrown in

Professor D: this funk/R&B band from Texas has been described as a "slick, highly-visual dance machine"

Project Steiger: born-to-burn "Instra-metal" guitar music...at it's best

Marysue Proveaux: recently placed as a top finalist in "LadySixStrings" songwriting contest with her song "Wishing On A Satellite"

Griz Prusik: a prolific folksinger/songwriter and author located in the Great Lakes area whose music reflects his Anishnaabe and Irish roots

PurrGirl Music: home of singer/songwriter Jayme Kelly Curtis. Deep site includes a free songwriters tutorial, links to Northern California artists and many cool music resources

Singer-songwriter Jim Quealy: emerges as an insightful boomer generation voice of experience. Quealy's melodies and arrangements hit home emotionally and are suffused with a mature vision

Doc "Mistabluesman" Quinn: unique veteran bluesman. His music on the Internet is already grabbing the attention of several music enthusiasts and at times has risen to the top of some of the major charts

Leon Quinn: his first album mainly contains slow ballads and instrumentals, the topics of which are depression, madness, loneliness, love and the struggle to be content

Selia Qynn: located in Texas, writes and sings original, acoustic folk/jazz with a soft, seductive edge

Kimberly Raadt: a unique fusion of pop, jazz, folk, and new age, featuring sultry female vocals and rhythmic keyboards

Jessie Rae: performs "roots pop with a blues edge and a funky swagger" with a flair for R&B, blues and reggae. They also have a knack for playing a more mellow, acoustic sound that incorporates jazz, folk and rock

Jaci Rae: awarded GMA's Female Vocalist of 2000, will tour Europe from February - April '02. Also offers childern's music and a music industry contact guide

Ragani: named as "100 Milwaukeeans You Need to Know", Ragani has been featured in numerous international publications including a featured interview in Recording Magazine, the award-winning book/videos Yoga: Mastering the Basics, and the kirtan music documentary movie, Sutra. Award-winning sacred world music productions, over 25 years of live Kirtan with Ragani events, film & tv compositions, and Featured Artist of TAXI

Randy Wheeler, Sonoma Sounds: beautiful smooth jazz piano standards and a sound reminiscent of Arizona's Sonora dessert. Check-out his new CD: "It's About Time."

Deanna Ransom: is anointed and blessed with a powerful and unmistakable voice with dynamic range. She posses an intangible quality about her that stands out as a beacon. As an artist, songwriter and arranger, she exposes her love for God and her heart toward him through song. She has the ability to reach your heart with her sincerity while uplifting your spirit through the Spirit of God.

Rare Blend: the only jazz fusion instrumental rock project from Cleveland, Ohio!

Ed Rashed, Big Treehouse Records: official site of singer/songwriter Ed Rashed with news, reviews, bio, photos, artist links, lyrics, mp3 sound files, and information on available CDs

Jen Rathbun: her intense stage presence and deft keyboard playing accentuate her clear, expressive voice, all of which draws the audience emotionally into her performances

Bill Ray: drummer based in Southern California and beyond, specializing in blues, funk, latin jazz, country, rock, and experimental styles

Jackie Ray: his new CD "Eternal Love" is finished and ready to ship out! Check out sample music clips, get latest news and up-to-date concert schedule

Tammy Raybould: armed with an exciting album entitled "Maybe" distributed by Sony Music and even more recent 3-song demo, Tammy promises to become a great singing and songwriting sensation

Red To Violet: indie award winning alt rock duo from the land of windmills and wooden shoes (Holland). Debut CD 'Red to Violet' was recorded on Golden Earring gear and mastered at legendary Abbey Road studios, receiving airplay on college radio (400+). Their video for "Here I Am So Far" reached millions of TV viewers in US. Site offers free mp3, video, contest and latest news

Max Renshaw: winner of Discmaker's 1996 Best Unsigned Band/Artist World Series Competition. Max and his band took the $25,000 Grand Prize in this phenomenol Taxi-sponored event! Max's original songs cut deep and compelled the 10 judges (music industry heavyweights) to cast the winning votes. Check him out!

Reverend Raven: playing the blues since 1971 when he first saw Freddy King play at the Kinetic Theatre in Chicago. He won the Wisconsin Music Industry (WAMI) award for best blues band in 1999, and 2000, and nominated again in 2002 and 2003

Joe Richardson Express: check out MP3s and watch live videos of this blues guitarist with bassist Kevin Phelan and drummer Richard Lamm

Roy Rivers: exciting things are happening with Roy's career! Sign up for his FREE newsletter. You'll get all the details, pictures, and an update on Roy's road trips

Roots Music Report: weekly radio airplay charts compiled from over 100 reporting radio stations. Featuring Roots Rock, Roots Blues, Folk, Bluegrass and Roots/Americana Country formats. CD reviews and much more

Stefynie Rosenfeld: a singer-keyboardist that composes quirky, beat-heavy jazz inflected originals that buzz with uniqueness. Her voice is dark and lucid as she exhibits her cleverly devised prose around tight, bouncing rhythms [that] reflect a hint of genius in her performance and arranging skills

John Rush: John's powerful and progressive folk/rock style got him voted "best unsigned artist 2002" by Nashville Readers Poll and "small concert entertainer of the year 2002" by Campus Activities Magazine

Vickie Russell: singer/songwriter blending a love of classical melody with a pop/folk style. Her impassioned material reflects themes of love, hope, humor and empowerment. She's shared the stage with the 10,000 Maniacs, Pete Seeger, Rick Danko, Leon Russell, Donovan, David Wilcox, was a finalist for Lilith Fair. Vicki has toured Europe and Japan, and is just completing her second CD

Janet Ryan: a singer/songwriter that's teamed-up with blues guitarist/singer Ray Chaput to create soulfull blues a lá Etta James, Janis Joplin and Buddy Guy

Dmitriy Rybnikov: prominent composer of music for film from a young age. He scored Usman Saparov's "Little Angel Make a Joy" as well as the Russian / Chinese production "The Magic Portrait"

San Francisco Blue On-line: home to the SFB / Jones Ave musical family

Satellite: indie/alternative Sacramento-based band performing songs of epic melancholy akin to Keane, Deathcab for Cutie, Coldplay, and Radiohead

Donny Sawyer: playing for small, medium and large venues, with crowds up to 10,000+, Donny always brings the crowd to their feet and leaves them wanting more. He has been described as "a true country artist - with true country voice"

Scarred IV Life: Located in Anaheim, CA, specializing in Hip Hop, Underground, Worldwide Hip Hop, Lyrical, Turntablism, Break Beats to Synths & Analog

Will Scott: singer, musician, and songwriter of exceptional depth and distinctive voice. His musicoccupies a place amidst rock, punk, roots, soul and modern country blues

The Scott Lewis Band: rock, rhythm and blues. Their original music, as well as the band's arrangements of covers, reflect a wide variety of influences, which crossover to just about any genre

Murat Ses: a keyboard player and composer with strong Eurasian electronic elements. His LP "Danses et Rythmes de la Turquie d'hier à aujourd'hui" was awarded Grand Prix du Disque by the Charles Cros Academie in Paris, France. Excellent press (US Keyboard, Audion, i/e, Expose ...) and airplay (album "Binfen" was no.7 in Ohio)

Shadow Life: modern rock band with a dynamic range along the lines of Ra, Cold, Sevendust and POD

Dan Sherwin: has been entertaining crowds in the Albany, NY area for over ten years. His music has been described as power pop with smart lyrics,strong melodies and big hooks. MP3 files, and CD purchasing opportunities available

Shonda Sue: showcased her amazing versatility when she released her sixth album "No Greater Love," a tribute to some of her favorite contemporary Christian artists, July 5, 2003, at the age of 15

Showin' Tell: originally formed in 2002 and born from the influences of musical legends from Janis Joplin to Black Sabbath. Jeska has found an eclectic group of musicians to complement her smokey style of rock music

Side FX: Florida's newest Mainstream Rock Band. Rockin' the space coast with today's hottest radio cover tunes along with their own brand of high energy original material

)( The Sign: an original acoustic duo whose musical style is drawn from rock, blues, pop and folk influences

Silvertrain: ready for the big time, whatever that is in today's market, these cats are ready for it...

SlideHammer: Mountain Metal in the Garden State

Kristi Singer: freelance entertainment reporter, photographer and publicist

Skin Flick: a punk/hardcore band from the San Fernando valley. Their site features MP3s, merchandise, contests, bio, messageboard and more

Sky Blues: rock 'n' roll from New York City. "A great hard rock band with universal appeal... unique, intelligent and meaningful," says the International Hard Music Report

Aaron Slater: electracoustic music from a 25-year old British songwriter. Son of a beauty queen and a soul singer, he writes dark melodic tracks recently described as "Fatboy Slim crossed with The Beatles". This official Web site features full-length mp3 downloads, lyrics, music for sale, biography and photographs

Sleeper: is a high-energy four-piece fun rockin' band based out of Lawton, OK that plays music you just don't hear anywhere else

Slipshod: 4 piece emo-punk band from Paducah, KY

Slyder: original soulful rock music

Adam Smale: Toronto fingerstyle jazz guitarist

Belinda Smith: songs, recordings, art, stories, poetry and skits by the award-winning artist

Snakeryder: playing the New Jersey clubs since 2002, song writer, lead vocalist & lead guitarist, AJ FedZ joined Dino Castano, Mikk Black and Karl Karlston to play songs reminiscent of the '80s

SongSpring Music Productions: original music by Steven and Lani Grigsby, Cindy Dickenson and Gary Caroll. They're located in the West Virginia Appalachians

David W Solomons: composer of tuneful instrumental and vocal music, mainly for small ensembles. Sample score pages and recordings available on site

Sonic Friction: Welcome to lively music with no loyalty to genre, Most of the music on this site is done totally on virtual instruments played on a midi keyboard in Propellerheads Reason software studio.

Charlie Souza: Former Tom Petty bass player, vocalist, writer, producer and band leader.Has had songs released on Columbia, Atlantic, Polydor, Fantasy Records, Laurie Records in New York and Los Angeles. Now on Phoenix Records in Europe and Souzaphone Records in the USA. Performed, collaborated and recorded with Tom Petty, Greg Allman, Cactus with Bobby Caldwell, Buddy Pendergrass' White Witch, Wayne Henderson of the Jazz Crusaders, Gale Force, Fred Willard, Fortress with Eric Turner and Donny Vosburg in Los Angeles, and Darrell Mansfield. Currently the Bass player and showman from The Tropics, Floridas number one show band in the '60s

Sparksongs: a Chicago-area based coalition of songwriters, lyricists, musicians and vocalists who write, arrange, record and produce music which is pitched to the music industry

Rick Spreitzer: Recent Winner of the 2004 7th Annual North Carolina Songwriting Co-Op Contest, Rick Spreitzer is a Charlotte, NC based singer-songwriter who writes songs that he describes as folk music steeped in common tones that dodge the lyrical middle ground. Rick has two self-released CDs: "Meanderthal" (July, 2002) and "Dirt Tracks" (July, 2004), which features the NC Songwriting Award winners, "Porter Wagoner" and "Invisible Wind."

Tom Staley: NRBQ original drummer's Web site, featuring his first solo release "Twitchin' N' The Kitchen." Check out some rare photos of the original NRBQ in the gallery

Stationary Willberries: blues, folk, country and rock n' roll mainly from "The Mitre," a welcoming hostelry in Kirk Michael on the west coast of the Isle of Man, an island with Celtic heritage just across the water from the Irish coast

Jonathan Steinmeier: accomplished performer on keyboards, bass, drums, percussion and vocals. Versatile songwriter with a handful of recordings which can be sampled from his sounds page

Stetina.com: music CDs, free guitar lessons, masterclasses and instructional methods by world-renowned guitarist and music educator to the stars, Troy Stetina

Cliff Stevens: a well known veteran Canadian blues guitarist. His songs "Said The Wrong Thing" and "Crying My Heart" showcase his fluid playing

Kane Steves: site of Auckland-based singer/pianist/songwriter Kane Steves. Kane has been New Zealand's Korg keyboard and piano demonstrator and has performed at corporate functions, charity events, hotel gigs and has been regularly appearing at the prestigious Alto Bar at Sky City Casino in Auckland.

Jeff Stewart: knows what living on the edge is all about. He brings that kind of "edginess" to his unique blend of country, pop and rock

Cord Stone: featured Metallix Magazine artist who writes about torrid relationships gone sour

Strange Lights: is a Crestone colorado band with music influences including folk, rock, punk and shamanic styles.

Brian Strong: instrumental, piano, and pop Christian music can be found on his CDs, The Christmas CD, and Lessons to Learn

Songbeat: Daphne Tetreault loves to write music -- especially pop with its catchy, singable melodies and heartfelt lyrics that capture a moment

Soulshaker: Austin, Texas - rock and roll soul. Sons of the classic revolution. An unmistakeable energy that waltzes into your ears and bounces out of your feet. Fronted by guitarist vocalist songwriter Mark Campbell

Harvey Summers: his extensive knowledge of composition, orchestral scoring, production and his talent as a multi-instrumentalist have set him as a driving force in the independent music industry and a dynamic new light as a film-music composer

Nicki Sutherland: a fresh attitude and sound, combining elements of folk, pop and rock. Her songs are pensive and direct, often about relationships, but not strictly romantic in nature

Gail Swanson: classically trained, rock inspired; and one of Hawaii's only screamin, rockin, electric flute flingin singer/songwriter

Alicia Tait: a modern day crossover artist, she appeals to both the country music community and the folk/pop genre with her sultry tones, high-energy and breathtaking songwriting. Her music tells a story and makes you believe

Jacky Tar: based in Wellington, NZ; they're Kiwi, Irish and Scottish musicians playing a whirlwind of 'funked-up' original and traditional Celtic music

Cat Taylor: her profound commitment to music creates unique solos that defy gravity, creating what has been called a sonic-liquid sound

Bryon Thompson: multi-talented guitarist/songwriter puts the fun back into melodic, guitar-based instrumental music. Accessible pop rock guitar

Timmins Youth Singers: founded in 1978 by Rosanne Simunovic, whose ability to create and implement innovative programming opportunities has attracted numerous artists of exception.

The Gary Tittle Band: a group of musicians from Tracy, CA., currently involved in a variety of musical projects and recording ventures

Tomcat: North Carolina blues singer, writer, guitarist

Isaiah Toran: fine art artist, composer and musician. Current works of 2D/3D art, poetry, short stories, movies, photography and sound projects of the artist

Tony Tracey: has been involved in the music scene since the age of seventeen. Predominantly a bass player, he started off playing in local rock bands on the 'pub' circuit. After a couple of enjoyable years he then stepped up to the national level, touring Ireland, with a number of recognised bands and also involved in some high profile gigs - most noticably, the wedding reception of Ozzy Osbourne's son Louis, and Louise Lennon, and also as a member of the main band for the huge Telethon production at the Olympia Theatre.

Antoinette Tredanary: a singer/songwriter performing in Cleveland whose sultry voice adds richness and depth to classics and originals

Trio Voronezh: founded in 1993, Trio Voronezh started their career playing in small concert halls in Germany, France and the Netherlands. Their repertoire ranges from the classical works of Bach, Vivaldi, Tschaikovsky and Schubert to Russian folk music and popular tunes.

the Tryp: their music initially sounds like Pop, but additional listening exposes electronic sounds a'la drum'n'bass and trip hop reminiscent of Massive Attack, and Björk; with some ideas from the psychedelic '70s

Dale Turner: specialist in inventive solo arrangements for acoustic guitar and voice. New CD features solo renditions of Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody" and the Beach Boys' "God Only Knows," among others. Dedicated to Jeff Buckley

TWOTONRHINO: praised as one of the best energetic, hard-hitting, melody-oriented bands by many professionals within the music industry

Twigs: indie/rock/pop/punk/noise

UpCellar Music: the home of songwriter and composer Stan Swiniarski

Urban EXcentrics: a three-piece Australian band who uses classical bass lines, jazzy guitar chords and electronic effects to highlight their rock / blues / folk original songs. Bowed double bass is a feature of their style

Uversa: creates a jam groove reminiscent of such legendary improv artists as Miles Davis, Jimi Hendrix, Grateful Dead, Medeski Martin and Wood, John Scofield and the Mahavishnu Orchestra

The Vague: with the release of their CD "Divorcing The Shame" they have managed to encapsulate both power and pop in their sound, combining melodic song structures with guitars that actually rock

Tullio J. Vacchio: Tullio is a guitarist, songwriter, singer and producer. TJ's guitar driven music is a must to listen to

Greg Vail: Jazz saxophonist performing and recording Smooth Jazz (and not-so Smooth Jazz sax styles) with Pop Jazz CD's available in Smooth Jazz, Christian instrumental, Pop instrumentals and Jazz Christmas music

Valentina - Download Best New Music From A Hot, New, Self Produced Singer, Songwriter: site includes best new digital music downloads and information on where to buy the hot, new, self-produced musician's mp3 music from online music stores

Derek Van Choice: an extremely versatile songwriter/composer, covering numerous instruments and utilizing the most advanced technology

Johnny Vance: a pop rock singer/songwriter with a flair for writing catchy pop melodies with strong hooks who also possesses an exciting, live stage presence

Drew Vics: a singer, songwriter and guitarist from New Jersey, Drew creates an uplifting, inspiring blend of Rock, Pop, Country and Blues. His music speaks to the heart with meaningful lyrics and catchy hooks, reminiscent of artists like Tom Petty, Barenaked Ladies, Fastball and Del Amitri. You'll be singing this stuff in the shower

John Virag: the buzz of New York City, and growing day by day! Influenced by music's true legends such as Billy Joel, Sting, and Peter Gabriel, as well as new artists along the lines of John Mayer and Dave Matthews, John Virag captures the essense of what music should be

Viva la Venus: Perhaps one of the most intriguing bands in the North Carolina Triangle area, Viva la Venus delivers a 1-2 punch to the rock scene. Their diverse, original music has been described as sounding like Elastica, The Ramones, Heart, and even a female-oriented Foo Fighters

VuduBlu: can only be described as a band that serves up the blues with a little bit of funk and a whole lotta soul

Vykki Vox: a powerful Boston-based singer/songwriter with a high energy "whole lotta groove" band, "combining sultry soul and powerhouse rock..."

John Watilo: songwriter, musician, producer, and Christian praise/worship facilitator who has called the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex home for almost 20 years.

Keith Watling: jazz guitarist playing the great American song book - standards, show tunes, modern jazz, real book, etc. A reading musician who can play anything in any situation. Works well with others. Also a talented Web designer and graphic artist

Chris Watson the Bicycling Guitarist: a guy, his bicycle, and a Fender Stratocaster guitar; offering original music, essays on various subjects, pets and family life

Bill Weinman: has been writing and performing music for just about all of his life. Recently he has decided to record an album of his own and pubish it himself via the Internet

Ash White: has a new collection of songs that are his own brand of technically advanced rock-based compositions that are influenced by classic-rockers like Motley Crue and Guns 'n Roses

Scott Whitney: So you leave a Fortune 50 company to focus on the "music stuff." Hear over 50 examples of why his friends and family didn't have him committed

BenWillmott.com: multi-instrumentalist, composer/songwriter and recording artist based in the UK. Funky original songs and records, speed-arranging and music for screen and stage

David Wilner: Chicago-based keyboardist / singer / songwriter launched
his solo career in November 2002 with his pop-rock album "Never Too
Late." MP3s, lyrics, fan forum, and booking info on his website

Teri Wilson: a singer songwriter whose style is reflective, introspective and cynnical; while framed in alternative pop, adult contemporary and lite funk -- with a vocal ability that rises to every musical occasion

Ray Winch: a singer songwriter from the NYC area whose music is similar in style to the Eagles, Jackson Browne, America, Dan Fogelberg, etc. Full-length RealAudio clips, lyric sheets, photos, and touring information are available at his website

Lucan Wolf: haunting, pulsing music, a stylish blend of song and sound that is frightfully fun for all ages. CDs, posters, t-shirts and more!

Erik Wøllo: Norwegian composer and musician playing electronic and acoustic music in ambient, jazz, rock and minimalistic classical genres. Music for films, ballets, theatres and diverse multimedia available as well

Word of Mouth: Original poetry by Joan Baranow and David Watts, accompanied by Robert Markison's interpretive jazz riffs. This site offers animated music clips, complete poems (including one of David's NPR poems), a poetry with jazz CD, several poetry books and news of upcoming events and workshops

Whyjacks: Their debut CD, "Shine and be Free", is fused with the variety that comes from being inspired by rock, pop, R&B, blues and jazz. Live or on CD, MP3, the Whyjacks place a special importance on the sound quality, with an emphasis on songcraft. Whyjacks is a band whose music moves across all genres

Xinema: not just another melodic/progressive rock band

Xyra & Verborgen: celebrate the past, while setting a compelling trend for the future. "The lavish instrumentation of an accomplished 6-piece progressive rock ensemble looms behind the poetic prowess of a beautiful, blonde chanteuse."

Chris Yale: acoustic-based rock that is well crafted and straight from the heart. His songs are glimpses into an inner landscape of light and shadow; joy, loss, sorrow, irony and hope

Laurie Z.: keyboardist/composer with three contemporary instrumental albums containing depth, passion, and melodic flow










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