RESTful APIs from the contents of the neighbortunes database. Current API version is
All valid requests to the API will begin with https://neighbortunes.net/api/v1.
setlists- display all setlist data
latest- display most recent show setlist data
shows- display all show data
songs- display all song data
venues- display all venue data
jamcharts- display all jam chart data
There is no authentication for API calls - no token or key is necessary. No data is passed via POST or HEAD requests, only by URI and, optionally, by GET parameters.
Additional parameters may be passed via query string:
order_by: name of column to sort by
direction: direction to sort, either
limit: number, maximum number of results to return
Available formats are JSON (.json), XML (.xml), and HTML (.html).
The following are valid URLs to call the API:
If your request contains an error, you may end up with unexpected output. If your request URI contains a typos, uses improper case, or requests or sorts by a nonexistent column, you may end up with no data in your response.
If you use the HTML format – an error will display "No results found.".
If you use the XML format – you will end up with an empty
The JSON format works a bit differently. Every JSON response is has three return nodes:
data. A successful response will contain
error 0, a blank
error_message, and a
data object populated with your response. An error response will contain
error 1, a text-based
error message, and a blank
Parts of the API code are based on DB-to-API. The source code for the API is available upon request per the GPL license of the source material.