Please read this page before you send us an e-mail. It answers the basic questions that are asked over and over again and gives you tips on how to look for the answers yourself.
WHO SANG THAT SONG?
WHERE CAN I FIND THAT SONG?
Please try our song title search page
. It is linked with Amazon.com
. Simply type in the song title for which you are searching and you will be given a list of artists with album titles on which the song is currently available.
DO YOU KNOW THE LYRICS TO THAT SONG?
has a large selection of classic song lyrics available.
I WOULD LIKE TO BUY AN ALBUM/VIDEO.
IS THIS ALBUM/VIDEO AVAILABLE?
Solid! does not sell items directly. Amazon.com
is our partner. Please check their site if you want to buy a particular item or want to find something not on Solid!
DO YOU HAVE AN ADDRESS FOR THIS STAR?
Though we often hear from representatives and family of those who are listed in Solid!, we don't keep a list of public contact information. If there is an official fan site, or a very well-done non-official site, we will listed it in the artist's bio. You can also visit Reel Classics
, which does have a large listing of addresses. If it is an artist that we have been in contact with previously, we may forward e-mail, at our discretion.
WHEN ALL ELSE FAILS.
. Chances are, if we can't find the answer in any of our sources, that's what we'll do.
WHAT ARE YOUR SOURCES?
We use a variety of sources, including:
- Jazz: The Ultimate Guide, edited by Ronald Atkins
- History of Movie Musicals by Thomas G. Aylesworth
- Who's Who in Jazz by John Chilton
- The Dance Band Era by Albert McCarthy
- The Big Bands by George T. Simon
- The Wonderful Era of the Great Dance Bands by Leo Walker
We also use biographies, autobiographies, liner notes, radio logs, discographies, and numerous clippings gathered from countless hours of staring at old periodicals on microfiche. Personal correspondence from the artists, their family, and their representatives also plays a part in our site.