The Foote Files: DuffyTen years ago, Welsh singer/songwriter Duffy (born Amie Ann Duff in Gwynedd, Wales in 1984) hit the music scene with her debut album Rockferry.
The Foote Files: Berlin Rocks The 80'sIf you grew up in the 80’s, you will know the band Berlin and that it has no know ties to the capital of Germany.
The Foote Files: Sofi TukkerFormed in 2014, Sophie Hawley-Weld and Tucker Halpern met in Providence, Rhode Island while attending Brown University.
The Foote Files: Remembering Three From WCBS Newsradio 880This week we celebrate the lives of three people who made WCBS Newsradio 880 in New York a legendary all-news station.
The Foote Files: Happy HolidaysThe one song that comes to mind about counting blessings is the song written and composed by Irving Berlin, “Count Your Blessings (Instead Of Sheep).”
The Foote Files: The Larks This R&B vocal trio hailed from Los Angeles, with its leader, Don Julian, originally from Houston, Texas.
The Foote Files: The Supremes' First HitThe Supremes were probably the most successful female R&B group in their day and remain so today. Over a 13 year period, the group charted 33 times on the Billboard Hot 100 with 12 of them hitting #1.
The Foote Files: The FlirtationsThis all-girl group got their start in the early 1960’s as a quartet but ended up as a trio for the song we are highlighting today.
The Foote Files: Sweet Blindness By The Fifth DimensionThe Fifth Dimension was one of the most popular groups of the late 60’s and early 70’s, with Marilyn McCoo, Billy Davis, Jr., Florence LaRue, Lamont McLemore, and Ron Townson.
The Foote Files: Camila Cabello"s Havana
A Foote Files Concert Review: The TemptationsThis past Sunday, my wife and I went back up to Winstar in Thackerville, OK for a matinee concert from The Temptations. And I have to tell you: this group is as great today as they were back when they got started in Detroit in 1960.
The Foote Files: December BrideDecember Bride was a situational comedy that actually started on the CBS Radio Network from June 1952 until September 1953.