Thank Yous / Credits / Info

Web Design by: Tim Cross. Additional artwork by KK. Photos thanks to: Sarah, Julian Ward, Mike Banks, Adam Gee, Claire Rabbitt, Ziggy, Reuben, KK, NASA. Other imagery (photos, logos and media) from Wikipedia, Wikimedia, Creative Commons or public domain sources used as fair use or for reference only. Childrens Music / Rainbow Collections artwork by Salvador Design. Devtunes artwork by Carita. Huge thanks also to: the talented co-writers, artists, engineers, musicians and other behind the scenes folks behind the music showcased.

All content on this website is for demonstration and reference purposes only. Some material is for educational purposes only under fair use. Informative content is under fair use. All music on this site is subject to copyright (various publishers and labels) and is for preview and reference only and may not be used elsewhere without express permission. Please contact us (or follow the 'use this music' link on any of the music pages) for a license to use our music, or any other enquiry.

(c) Kevin Kerrigan and various partner publishers, labels, libraries and production companies own or control all the relevant copyrights in the music content showcased on this site for demonstration purposes only. You may not broadcast, publish, download, distribute or reproduce any content on this site without our express permission or license granted from the relevant copyright holders.

Other images - ................ Skull : Vintage llustration of skull published in 1843 by John Lloyd Stephens (1805-1852). Original from New York public library. Public domain CC0 image (no copyright) CC0 1.0 Universal (CC0 1.0)Public Domain Dedication ................ Medieval painting / History : By Antoine Vérard - Hand-coloured print by Antoine Vérard. Archivo Iconografico, S.A./CORBIS-BETTMANN. Source information from Bridgeman, Public Domain, ................ Flower / Memory Box : Antique plant Puawananga - Clematis indivisadrawn by Sarah Featon (1848–1927). Original from Museum of New Zealand. CC0 1.0 Universal (CC0 1.0) Public Domain Dedication ................ Parasols / Woman with a Parasol, Madame Monet and Her Son (1875) by Claude Monet. Original from the National Gallery of Art. CC0 1.0 Universal (CC0 1.0) Public Domain Dedication