Music on the Web
There’s plenty of music on the Internet you can get legally.



What the Artists and
Songwriters Have to Say

Recording artists are speaking out about people illegally copying and distributing their music.
See what they have to say...


Alliance of Artists and Recording Companies
Association for Independent Music
American Federation of Musicians
American Federation of Television and Radio Artists
Country Music Association
Christian Music Trade Association
Gospel Music Association
Hip Hop Summit Action Network
Jazz Alliance International
Music Managers Forum-USA
National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences
Nashville Songwriters Association International
Recording Industry Association of America
Recording Industries Music Performance Trust Funds
Tennessee Songwriters Association International
The Songwriters Guild of America

The explosion in illegal copying is affecting the entire music community. And contrary to what some people would tell you, it’s having a very real and harmful impact on countless musicians, songwriters, and performers—virtually everyone, from recording engineers to record-store clerks, who dreams about making a living providing music to the public.

It’s illegal and it’s a drag!
The unauthorized reproduction and distribution of copyrighted music is JUST AS ILLEGAL AS SHOPLIFTING A CD. Burning CD’s from peer-to-peer networks like KaZaA, Morpheus or Gnutella is against the law. The rules are very simple. Unless you own the copyright, it’s not yours to distribute.

Real Fans Get The Real Thing