Keith Urban, Shania Twain And Stevie Wonder Among 62nd Annual GRAMMYs Presenters
Aerosmith Drummer, Texan Joey Kramer, Sues To Rejoin Band For GrammysHe says Aerosmith kicked him out after he was injured and missed shows. Now, Texan Joey Kramer is taking his fight to perform with the band at the Grammy Awards to court.
JJ Watt To Host Saturday Night Live Night Before The Super BowlHouston Texans star defensive end J.J. Watt didn't make it to Super Bowl LIV, but he will be performing the night before the big game.
The Foote Files: Rufus ThomasRufus Thomas (1917-2001) was a R&B/soul singer, active from 1936-1998, and charted four times on Billboard from 1963-1971, with three of those four in 1970 and 1971.
The Foote Files: Julian CopeJulian Cope — born Oct. 21, 1957 in Deri, Monmouthshire, Wales — is an English musician, author, musicologist and antiquarian... among other things. He has been active in the music business since 1978.
The Foote Files: Pseudo EchoIn 1987, Pseudo Echo recorded and release the song “Funkytown," written and produced by Steven Greenberg. The song was a hit for the group, hitting #6 on the American Billboard and was on the charts for ten weeks.
North Texan Demi Lovato To Sing The National Anthem At The Super BowlGrammy-nominated pop singer and fellow North Texan Demi Lovato will perform the national anthem at the Super Bowl.
Texas Treasures: Fort Worth Stock Show And Rodeo At The New Dickies ArenaThe Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo kicks off its 23-day run on Friday. And after 124 years, some people might think there's nothing left to see -- they'd be wrong.
The Foote Files: Billie HolidayOur twin spins will return on Thursday, but today we feature the queen of jazz from the 1930s-1950s: Billie Holiday.
The Foote Files: Jagger & BowieThe Jagger/Bowie version of "Dancing In The Streets" was released August 12, 1985 and got all the way to #7 on Billboard and #1 on the UK charts.
Singer Meat Loaf Claims He's Unable To Perform After Fall At DFW Hotel, Files LawsuitSinger and Dallas-native Meat Loaf has filed a lawsuit against a North Texas hotel and a convention after he claims he's been unable to perform due to a fall during a May 2019 event.