The Foote Files: Scorpions And I Can't ExplainToday’s song is one released by the British rock group The Who in the winter of 1964-65. “I Can’t Explain” was written by Pete Townshend and produced by Shel Talmy.
The Foote Files: Mr. Mister
The Foote Files: Songs That Mention Western UnionPeople and businesses use Western Union today for transferring money from place to another. But during the 1960s, there were a couple of songs that included their name in the title.
The Foote Files: And We Danced With The HootersThis pop/rock quintet hails from Philadelphia PA and has had some moderate success on the Billboard 100 during their tenure, even though the highest ranking they ever had was at #18 for “Day By Day” in 1986.
The Foote Files: The Boy From New York City“The Boy From New York City” was first made popular by an R&B/soul/doo-wop group from Newark NJ named The Ad-Libs.
The Foote Files: Scritti Politti And Perfect WayThe 80s were full of great dance songs and the song “Perfect Way” by dance/pop trio Scritti Politti will definitely not disappoint the dance song audience!
Ken Foote Remembers Gerry RaffertyGerry Rafferty (born April 16, 1947 and died January 4, 2011) was a popular Scottish singer/songwriter/musician known for his work in the 1970s as a soloist and as co-leader of Stealers Wheel with partner Joe Egan.
The Foote Files: The 40 Most Popular Songs Of 2018Now if I counted correctly, Post Malone had four songs in the 2018 Top 40 list while Drake had three in the list.
Ken Foote's Holiday Songs: Bobby Helms & Jingle Bell RockBobby Helms (born Robert Lee Helms on August 15, 1933 and died on June 19, 1997) was a country/pop/rockabilly singer from the 1950s.
Ken Foote's Holiday Shopping With Jack BennyWith Black Friday and Cyber Monday, I couldn't think of anything better than going holiday shopping... with Jack Benny! 
Ken Foote Holiday Songs: Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree With Brenda LeeWe just passed the 60th anniversary of the date when singer Brenda Lee recorded one of the most popular holiday songs of all: Rockin’ Around The Christmas Tree.