Frequently Asked Questions
Can I shop online at Alabama Music Office?
Yes. Your online shopping can support Alabama Music Office. Alabama Music Office (AMO) has agreements with independent online retailers that enable visitors to alabamamusicoffice.com to purchase music, books and other related merchandise mentioned on AMO through third party sites. A portion of that revenue is designated to AMO.
Purchases made through these third party sites are subject to the policies and procedures of those sites. Order fulfillment and customer service relating to orders placed at any of those third party sites, including the collection of applicable sales taxes, are the sole responsibility of such sites. Any concerns regarding order fulfillment, customer service, privacy policies or other issues relating to these third party online retail sites should be directed to the Webmaster or site administrator of the site.
How do these relationships work?
AMO has agreements with multiple online retailers to offer a wider variety of merchandise through links on our site. Purchases made through these links result in a portion of your total purchase being given to AMO, called a revenue share. These funds are used to support AMO. AMO only receives this money if you shop through one of the links on alabamamusicoffice.com. The Alabama music artist also will make monies when you purchase. Once you've entered the third party site, AMO receives a revenue share from all products you purchase during that visit.
Why shop through alabamamusicoffice.com?
The links provided on alabamamusicoffice.com are specially coded to designate you as an AMO supporter. This is the only way to ensure that your purchase goes to supporting AMO.
What happens to my personal information?
When shopping at one of the third party retail sites with which AMO has a relationship, you are subject to that site's privacy and security policies.
How do I get a listing or make a correction to an existing listing on the Alabama Music Office website?
Alabama Music Office publishes articles on musicians who were either born in or resided in Alabama as well as music-related businesses and organizations based in the state of Alabama. Current acts must have had 3 or more paid performances in the last 12 months.
Did you have a role in Alabama's music history? If so we want to hear from you.
- To contribute corrections or additions to existing articles, send an email to:
- To suggest a new listing, email
and include the following information (for the appropriate type of listing) in the body of your email.
After we get your submission we'll either get back to you with questions or publish your listing. We get listings up as soon as we can, depending on the volume, so please be patient.
Please tell us if there is any information you are sending that you DO NOT want posted on our website.
Location where the band/musician is based
Name of band/musician
Bio of band/musician
Discography including release years and label(s)
Band members and instruments
Picture of band or recent release (jpeg or gif files no larger than 300 pixels wide)
Photo credit if available
Where your music can be purchased
List the locations of at least 3 paying shows over the past year
You are also welcome to include supplemental links to interviews or other band publicity published on the internet.
Businesses and Non-profit Organizations
Name of company or organization
Type of business or non-profit
Please describe what you do in 200 words or less
Name of venue
Booking contact (name and contact info)
What kinds of music do you book?
Do you supply a PA?
Describe your venue in 200 words or less
Event date (month and days if available):
Sponsoring organization's name:
Event location: city, venue(s), address
Annual event number:
Featured music genres:
Booking contact (include submission guidelines if not on your website):
Type of event:
Event description (include driving directions if not on your website):
Station call letters:
Type of music/programming (genres):