Help Searching Today in Music
Our Today in Music search engine has been designed to be both simple to use and powerful. Below we explain some of these power features.
General Search Tips
To search for all years type in "All Years" in the year field or leave it blank.
A maximum of 300 results are shown per page. To view more results click on the ◄ 1, 2 etc ► links below each section.
You can narrow your search by selecting only a single type. e.g. Birthdays
All result pages are unique and thus can be bookmarked and linked to. When clicked the links will deliver the same results you previously searched for.
You can use boolean operators in a search in the same way you can on Google and other search engines.
Quotes can be used to search for a phrase. e.g. "American Singer"
A star can be used as a wildcard operator in a search to return all results starting with the letters entered. e.g. Reco*
Minus signs can be used to exclude a term from the results. e.g. American -Singer
Brackets can be used to group words into subexpressions. Bracketed groups can also be nested. e.g. ("American Singer") -writer
Multiple boolean operators can also be used togther in a search. For more help in the use of boolean operators have a read through this tutorial.
You must select more than just a day.
You must select more than just a month.
All keyword(s) searches must be at least 4 characters long.
When a keyword(s) with no date information is entered and the keyword(s) match a music topic exactly our search engine will re-direct you to the topic page. To get around this you can place a plus sign in front of one of the keywords. e.g. +Folk Music
Niche Today in Music Search Engines
MusicOrb.com has a number of sister sites that display niche Today in History results and allow searching of a niche archive. These sites each represent a major category and include: