From their site: At Songkick we've spent a lot of time collecting data about live music, and now we want to see what you can do with it. We're currently putting together an API to allow access to much of the data available on the website. This is very much a work in progress, but we're making what we have available as a preview to participants in the Music Hack Day taking place over the weekend of July 11th and 12th 2009.
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The Songkick NodeJS SDK by Andrew Schneider allows integration with Songkick's live music database with features such as band tracking, and personalized alerts. The SDK offers the ability to go over the API's 50 result per page limit. The current version is 1.0.2.
The Songkick Node.js SDK by Andrew Jaeger allows developers to integrate the Songkick API into their Node.js applications. Developers can use npm to install the SDK or clone the repository from GitHub.