Deleted. Have to play nice apparently. Not sure why that doesn't apply to everyone...

No to Artist (of Band) : RSG §2.5.10
No AKA RSG §2.13.1
Groups under real name RSG §18.5.3
Generic groups RSG §2.11.1
Surname change = change of PAN RSG §2.5.4
Entirely wrong artist credited RSG §1.7.2
No to list of members in 'Real Name' file RSG §18.1
Profiles not to be reams of self-hyping crap copied from Facebook etc RSG §18.2.1

DtF advises on voting on last edit

DtF advises on some common sense when profiles have been long-established even if originally created for another artist

DtF comments on rolling down generic John (999) profiles

DtF comments on consolidating multiple PANs into the best, not necessarily always whichever came first

DtF comments on 'established' profiles in relation to a merge

DtF again confirms OK not to pick the original owner of the PAN

DtF says an 'ANV only' PAN is worth having to get the better data of full name
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