|That's Music To My Ears|
Johnny Cash and The Dancing Seat Girls
The Oldest Known Melody from 1400BC
I Only Listen To...
Johnny Cash vs. Cypress Hill
People in an airport are Greeted by a Singing Mob
People Are Strange by The Doors through Drawings
I Have No Arms and I Must Play
Lindsey Stirling: Violin Prodigy
The Johnny Cash Project
Welcome to the Jungle...on cellos
This guy is a totally awesome musician
The Turret Opera Your Ears Will Have Erections
The Darkside of Oz
Obama Extra Juicy
Man of Constant Sorrow
Justin Bieber vs. Slipknot
Gimme Shelter by Playing For Change the around the World Musicians
Awesome Dub FX Street Musician
Andy McKee "Drifting"
90's Dance Hits in a capela
Bill Graham's Concert Catalog
"Seal" Acoustic Concert
Band of Gypsys (Jimi Hendrix) Fillmore East 1970
Jimi Hendrix Live at Woodstock 1969
John Butler Trio
Johnny Cash Live in San Quentin (1969)
Pink Floyd-Live at Pompei
The Foo Fighters 4/12/11
The Blues Magoos
13th Floor Elevators
The Spencer Davis Group
The Music Machine
Syndicate of Sound
Quicksilver Messenger Service
A Fixed Natural Order to the Cosmos
Playing For Change
Drinkify a website that suggests what you should drink when listening to different artists, bands, people, etc.
Blues Name Calculator
The Beatles Anomalies List
"I Sing About Life" Marvin Gaye
The History of Country Music 1920's-2000
How to Make Your Bands Album Cover
6 Degrees of Black Sabbath Find the path that connects two artists
Festival Finder Your local event and world festival calendar of events! Find a music festival, film festival or even a jazz festival!
Text to music Translator
Steromood Behind every song there's always an emotion
You paint (flash) while the track is playing. Nice music, amazing appliance.
This Day in Music
Not sure what the name of a song is?
Tap the song rhythm and SongTapper does the rest.
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
The world's largest collection of live music audio, video and merchandise
Rolling Stone Music News
Billboard Hot 100
A sampling of some of the worst album covers ever. You can actually purchase some of these breathtakingly ugly albums for your own collection.