The Foote Files: Disco With Dan HartmanThe disco sound in America was still going strong in 1978 and “Instant Replay” put Hartman on the limelight as a solo artist.
The Foote Files: Pretty Ballerina By The Left BankeThe group, The Left Banke, was an early baroque rock band from the 1960’s.
The Foote Files: "Hitchin' A Ride" By Vanity FareWritten by Mitch Murray and Peter Callandar, the song was about a young man trying to hitchhike but just one little problem: he has no money!
The Foote Files: Carolina Beach MusicThe Carolina Shag is a partner dance done mostly to “Beach Music”, which is written in 4/4 time and to 100-130 beats per minute, and the basic step is a six-count, eight-step pattern.
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: 'You're The One That I Want'This week's Summer Song comes from 1978, a pop/disco style song written by John Farrar for the movie "Grease", based on the musical by the same name.
Ken Foote's Summer Songs 2017: Saturday In The ParkI was a recent high school graduate headed to Baylor University in Waco when this song hit the American Top 40 charts.
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: 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.
Lost Hits Of The '70s: The Wreck Of The Edmund FitzgeraldThe song is based on a true event that occurred on November 10, 1975 when this American Great Lakes freighter sank in Lake Superior after being caught in a strong storm.
3 Down, 7 To Go! "What's My Line?" On CBSI recently responded to someone with "one down, two to go." Well, my mind took me back immediately to the long-running game show "What’s My Line?" on CBS.