tf Song List

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tf Song List is an easy-to-use song listing plugin for bands and solo musicians.

Author:Thorsten Frommen (profile at
WordPress version required:3.0
WordPress version tested:3.9.34
Plugin version:1.1.0
Added to WordPress repository:05-04-2013
Last updated:16-07-2014
Warning! This plugin has not been updated in over 2 years. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues when used with more recent versions of WordPress.
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Total downloads:3 507
Active installs:50+
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tf Song List is an easy-to-use song listing plugin for bands and solo musicians.
Conveniently manage your song list directly from within the WordPress backend, make use of the nifty CSV import/export functionality, and style the actual output entirely to your liking.

Take a look at the live example, read through the documentation, or just download the plugin right now.


Manage Songs

  • add new songs to the song list
  • edit/delete existing songs
  • delete the entire song list
  • set song status to public (listed both on frontend and backend) or private (listed on backend only)
  • filter the song list by the song status (all songs, public songs, private songs)


  • import songs from a CSV file and insert them into the current song list (duplicates will be detected)
  • import songs from a CSV file and replace the current song list with the import
  • export the entire song list as a CSV file
  • export only the public songs as a CSV file


  • provide an optional introduction to the song list (some HTML tags allowed)
  • order the song list by artist or title
  • choose the column order “artist | title” or “title | artist”
  • define custom names for the artist and title columns
  • show/hide column names (i.e., table head)


  • make use of the integrated class names and IDs
  • copy the frontend stylesheet to your template directory and thus be independent of any plugin updates


The plugin originally comes with English, German and Spanish language.

If you would like to provide a translation for a currently not included language, please go ahead and do that! I would highly appreciate it, and include the file in the next update.

You may either download and work with the current POT file that is located in the languages folder, or use a plugin (e.g., Codestyling Localization) to read the relevant text portions from the plugin files. Then send me the respective PO/MO file via e-mail.