The Foote Files: (Meet Me In) The MiddleOn CHR (Contemporary Hit Radio) radio stations around the country, one of the best songs on their playlist now is “The Middle” released on January 23, 2018.
The Foote Files: Remembering Mary Jane CroftIn “I Love Lucy,” she played two roles: one was a passenger on a plane from Europe to New York, sitting next to Lucy, who pretends to have a baby but instead it is a big hunk of cheese!
Ken Foote's Summer Songs: Summer In The City“Summer In The City,” written by John Sebastian, Mark Sebastian, and Steve Boone, was released July 4, 1966 on the Kama Sutra record label.
A Foote Files Concert Review: Steve Miller Band & Peter FramptonNow I am not a professional music critic by any means, but this concert was just plain fantastic.
Ken Foote's Summer Songs 2017: California SunIn 1962, six guys from Central High School in South Bend, Indiana formed a rock band called The Rivieras.
The Foote Files: Summer 2017 Songs: American Girl Bonnie McKee Bonnie McKee is a true veteran of the pop music scene for someone who is only 33 years of age.
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.
Ken Foote's Radio/TV Files: North American Radio TidbitsThere are more than 15,000 licensed radio stations in the U.S. today.
Meet The Darts!It is my pleasure to introduce to you, our readers, a fabulous garage-pysch, all-girl rock band quartet from Los Angeles and Phoenix: The Darts!
3-Letter Calls For RadioCall letters for radio go back to the days of telegraphy, when operators would identify each other with just a few characters.
Remembering The DNC From 1968I don't typically cover politics for obvious reasons, but this month's conventions made me think about the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago and some of the TV history that it made.
Booker T. & The M.G.'sFormed in Memphis, the group was the house band for Stax Records. The group backed up some successful singers such as Wilson Pickett and Otis Redding.