I had no intention of creating a regional website category for this eBook. It would take too long. However, I came across several and it makes sense to put them in one place.
Beyond YouTube: Mapping Music on the Internet
Descriptions and Links
> Album Covers
> Song Covers
> Children’s Music and Parental Guides
> Downloading, Streaming, Playlists
> Finding Live Music
> Folk, Acoustic, Americana
> Halls of Fame and Museums
> History Timelines and other Deeper Dives
> Instruments and Resources for Musicians
> Internet Radio
> Lyrics and Song Interpretations
> Maps and Recommendation Engines
> Mastering Remastering
> Miscellaneous Sites Including Indie, Girl Groups, EDM, Trap, Pop
> Music Archives
> Music News and Commentary
> Odd and Unique Sites
> Online Music Communities
> Organizing Music Libraries
> Rating Music
> Regional Sites
> Television, Podcast, Movies and Performance Sites
> Video Sites
Opinion: Descriptions and Links
The Austin Public Library offers exceptional music links and the Electric Lady Bird streaming service at which focuses on music from central Texas.
The Concert Database
Welcome to The Concert Database! This site is dedicated to documenting as much of Michigan’s rich blues, jazz and rock history as possible. Included here are:
–Concerts that have occurred in Michigan
–Concerts that Michigan-related bands/musicians have played (worldwide)
–Recording sessions that have taken place inside & outside Michigan (for MI bands/musicians.
Philadelphia: Home to a rich musical history, a unique musical identity, and one of the nation’s most thriving musical communities. In a scene filled with so many local bands worth listening to, there will always be new music to discover—and The Key is your source for finding it. Brought to you by WXPN—the non-commercial public radio station that World Cafe, and XPoNential Music Festival call home—The Key covers all local music in Greater Philly and beyond.
Keystone Rock Review
Keystone Rock Review (“Key Rock Review”) was launched in May 2012, as a successor to a former publication called DAMES of PA, and carrying on the mission to cover Pennsylvania-based rock acts. We also examine Pennsylvania artists of the past to present a more complete picture of the great musical culture of the Keystone state.
Keeping the spotlight on talented West Michigan bands and the burgeoning regional concert scene: That was John Sinkevics’ mission for years as lead music critic and entertainment writer for The Grand Rapids Press.
NYS Music is New York State’s Music News Source. Come here for music reviews, news, interviews and the latest on events throughout New York State and surrounding areas. NYS Music offers a daily mix of live music news, show & album reviews, artist interviews, videos, and much more!
Radio Free Brooklyn
Radio Free Brooklyn is a 501(c)3 nonprofit community organization whose mission is to empower Brooklyn’s underserved local communities by providing active learning in media practices, and to amplify their voices through a global Internet radio platform.
We are a non-commercial community freeform Internet radio station, streaming original content by the artists and residents of NYC’s most populous borough 24-hours a day, 7 days a week.
RockinHouston.com is an online photo exhibition featuring more than 40 years of mostly unpublished original photographs from concerts in Houston and the surrounding area as well as tickets, posters, handbills, backstage passes and other memorabilia.
Southern Mosaic: The John and Ruby Lomax 1939 Southern States Recording Trip
This recording trip is an ethnographic field collection that includes nearly 700 sound recordings, as well as fieldnotes, dust jackets, and other manuscripts documenting a three-month, 6,502-mile trip through the southern United States. Beginning in Port Aransas, Texas, on March 31, 1939, and ending at the Library of Congress on June 14, 1939, John Avery Lomax, Honorary Consultant and Curator of the Archive of American Folk Song (now the American Folklife Center archive), and his wife, Ruby Terrill Lomax, recorded approximately 25 hours of folk music from more than 300 performers. These recordings represent a broad spectrum of traditional musical styles, including ballads, blues, children’s songs, cowboy songs, fiddle tunes, field hollers, lullabies, play-party songs, religious dramas, spirituals, and work songs.
All things south, with an emphasis on music.
Texas Folklife is a statewide non-profit organization dedicated to preserving and presenting the diverse cultures and living heritage of the Lone Star State…Folklife is the accumulated traditions practiced or appreciated by members of a group who share a common history or way of life. A group’s traditions may include a wide range of skills and knowledge, from customs and belief to stories and songs, from music and dance to crafts and other decorative handmade objects. Generally, traditions are learned informally and passed on from one person in the group to the next, often orally, by imitation, or in performance.