Submissions

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We encourage the sharing of any pertinent information of a general biographical nature, updates of current events with that artist, or the discographies themselves. These may also include omissions, erroneous info corrections or grammatical/spelling mistakes. Though we’re happy that you went to school and shared ice cream with the lead singer of Steppenwolf back in 1961, it has no bearing on the history of that artist. Submissions of usable historical data will be credited at the bottom of the artist entry.

GETTING YOUR ACT LISTED
You can contact us and plead your case. Additions to the database are at our discretion. Acceptance is not based on any specific criteria except one: a commercially released vinyl album, single (12”, 7”, 10” 78RPM), cassette, 8-track tape, CD or Digital File available through online digital platforms (iTunes, Spotify, Amazon, Bandcamp, et al) at any point between 1949 and present that was available for SALE at retail outlets in Canada and generated some type of media recognition (whether it be local in your community or nationally). And you must be able to prove this. We realize that it’s a savvy internet, D.I.Y. kind of world out there now, but garage acts burning CDs on home computers and selling them to friends at parties in the suburbs or on a MySpace website doesn’t necessarily make it relevant or credible. Effectively, we are looking for acts that consciously made an effort to reach an audience outside the confines of the basement.

DO NOT CONTACT US FOR ANY OF THE FOLLOWING REASONS:
* Correspondence to artists themselves. The Encyclopedia is a research tool and is not a dating service, Canada Post, or Classmates.com – that’s what Facebook and Twitter were designed for. We respect the privacy of these acts and as such our contact with them is minimal and professional in regards to data collection and is not to be abused for rekindling lost friendships. Sorry.

* Having the artist perform at your corporate party, charity function, or bar mitvah. See above.

* To ask for copies of out-of-print or rare songs. We won’t do it. We can’t do it. However, we WILL recommend places where you might still be able to get copies of rare and collectible albums, CDs, and singles.

PS: The Encyclopedia is not in the legal position of reproducing lyrics or posting videos or audio files of any artist songs.

PPS:
We cannot except photos unless they are being submitted by the photographers or copyright holders.

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