The Foote Files: Bryan Adams And Run Run RudolphMany other artists have performed this song, such as Kelly Clarkson, Lynyrd Skynard and The Grateful Dead. Yet the Bryan Adams version from 1987 really rocks!
The Foote Files: Bob Chester & His OrchestraToday’s holiday song from Chester and his orchestra is “The Fattest Man In Town,” written by Lois Daniels and Arnold Stanton.
Post Malone Arranges To Give Out Free Pairs Of His New Crocs At His Old Job - A Texas Chicken Express RestaurantPost Malone is paying it forward and handing out free pairs of his new Crocs to employees, fans and customers at a North Texas Chicken Express restaurant where he used to work.
'I Don’t Smoke Anymore': Wille Nelson Gives Up Marijuana For Health ReasonsTexas country music legend Willie Nelson says he's stopped smoking pot -- 65 years after he rolled his first joint.
The Foote Files: Mel Torme’Mel Torme’ (born Melvin Howard Torme’ on September 13, 1925 and died on June 5, 1999) was a singer, musician, composer, arranger, drummer, actor and author.
Diana Ross Set To Perform During Free Concert In Dallas Friday NightLegendary singer Diana Ross is set to perform in Dallas Friday night, headlining a free World AIDS Day concert at The Bomb Factory.
The Foote Files: Johnny MathisJohnny Mathis (born Sept. 30, 1935 in Gilmer, Texas) is a legendary smooth ballad singer and one of the top album artists of the pop/rock music era.
The Foote Files: Kenny GKenny G (born Kenneth Gorelick on June 5, 1958) is an American jazz musician and saxophonist who remains one of the best-selling artists ever, selling over 75 million records worldwide.
Boot Store Owner Preps For 'The Best Day' As George Strait Headlines Dickies Arena“We’re gonna try to flag him, tell him, ‘George come get you some free boots made. Free!"
The Foote FIles: A Beach Boys Christmas“Little Saint Nick” was written by Brian Wilson and Mike Love, released December 9, 1963 on the Capitol Records label.
Diana Ross 'Coming Out' To Dallas For Free World Aids Day ConcertDiana Ross is headed to Dallas this month to headline a free World Aids Day Concert at the Bomb Factory.
Texas Treasures: Gaylord ICE! Brings Back Family FavoriteVisitors can enjoy larger-than-life ice sculptures of Charlie Brown and friends carved from more than two million pounds of colorful ice in a 9-degree setting.
The Foote Files: Rosemary ClooneyBorn May 23, 1928 and died June 29, 2002, Clooney was very active during the early 1950s as a singer and actress.
Lizzo Leads 62nd Annual Grammy Awards Nominations With 8The nominations for the 62nd annual Grammy Awards are out and apparently The Recording Academy is screaming “Cuz I Love You”.
Disney Plus Blames Past Hacks For User Accounts Sold OnlineThe company reiterated Wednesday that it found no evidence of a security breach and that account problems are limited to “a very small percentage of users” of Disney Plus.