The Foote Files: WJM, Mary Tyler Moore & A British War SongI never thought that a 1912 war song from Ireland could make its way into the final episode of one of the most successful network TV shows in history… but it did.
The Foote Files: Remembering Ted Cassidy
Lost Hit From The 60s: "Little Latin Lupe Lu"Written by Bill Medley and recorded by The Righteous Brothers, the song was based on Medley's high school relationship with a girl name Lupe Laguna.
"Yessssssssss?" Remembering Frank NelsonThere are some actors whom you never forget, whether they be in a starring role or as a character actor. Character actors can make or break a TV show. And one such guy who was successful was Frank Nelson.
The Foote Files: Dance With CascadaCascada was formed in Germany by two DJs and Natalie Horler.
The Foote Files: The Greatest Top 40 Instrumental EverIf you grew up during the early years of rock and roll and listened to Top 40 radio, you more than likely heard this fabulous musician and his big hit of 1956.
Union Strike Stories From The PastYou may have read that the Writers Guild of America has reached a tentative agreement with the Hollywood studios. I have two stories from the past that came about as a result of union strike.
Bananarama Returns!One of the most successful British girl groups ever in the history of pop music is reuniting this year for a first time tour: Bananarama.
The Foote Files: Weekly One Hit Wonder From ChumbawambaThis week’s one hit wonder (defined as having only one hit on the American Billboard Top 40) comes from a group formed in 1984 in Leeds, England.
The Foote Files: Happy Birthday ABC!We are pleased to say “Happy Birthday” to the ABC Television Network, launched on this date in 1948.
Weekly One Hit Wonder From The JaynettsThe song was based off of one that young girls used to sing when they jumped rope.
The Foote Files: The Rolling Stones Return To The BluesThe Rolling Stones released a new album six months ago called, “Blue & Lonesome.” This is the group’s first album in eleven years.