Jaimie Vernon - The Canadian Pop Music Encyclopedia - Volume 1: A-K

The 2012 eBook from Jaimie Vernon called The Canadian Pop Music Encyclopedia.  This is the first volume with artists from A through K.

Over 13 years in the making, 'The Canadian Pop Music Encyclopedia' was conceived by Canadian music biographer Jaimie Vernon through the original Toronto Sun website on July 1st, 1998. And since it's launch, Canadian music fans have demanded the resource in book form. Understandably, a fragile publishing industry in Canada has been unwilling to take on such a massive project.

Bullseye Canada, in co-operation with ZUNIOR distribution, has now made the books available in .PDF form: 'VOLUME 1: A Thru K' is a 400 page 8.5 x 11 formatted file containing discographies and biographies for more than 1,200 of Canada's most celebrated major label and independent music acts spanning 60 years of Canadian popular music with a focus on Pop, Rock, Folk and Singer-songwriter genres.

Learn more about Jaimie Vernon at http://jam.canoe.ca/Music/Pop_Encyclopedia/

Bonus! - This eBook is presented here as a full high-resolution PDF to maintain the layout of the original book, and provide images at the highest quality.

eBook File Size - PDF Format - 11.9 MB