The Foote Files: The HoneydrippersThe Honeydrippers consisted of Robert Plant and Jimmy Page (formerly of Led Zeppelin), Jeff Beck (from the Yardbirds and his own group from the late 60s) and Nile Rodgers (from the band Chic).
The Foote Files: Lost Hit Of The 60s With PJ ProbyProby (born James Marcus Smith on November 6, 1938 in Houston) is a rock and roll singer/songwriter and actor.
'Strongly Recommend My Kids Not Put A Uniform On': Former Soldier Mike McGuinness, Director Paul Pawlowski Discuss 'Leavenworth' Docu-Series, Clint Lorance CaseA new docu-series from Steven Soderbergh takes a look back at former U.S. lieutenant Clint Lorance's second degree murder charge and his 20 year prison sentence.
Ken Foote Congratulates New York's Legendary Harry HarrisonHarry Harrison and the rest of Radio Hall Of Fame Class of 2019 will officially be inducted on November 8, 2019 in New York City.
The Foote Files: The Go-Go'sFrom 1981-1984, the group charted five times on the Billboard Hot 100.
Alt-Pop Phenomenon Billie Eilish Cuddles Puppies Before Sold Out Show At AACAlt-pop phenomenon Billie Eilish took time out of her tour to promote the SPCA of Texas.
Ellen DeGeneres Defends Friendship With George W. Bush After Dallas Cowboys VisitEllen DeGeneres was spotted laughing it up with a former president at a Dallas Cowboys game Sunday, but the celebrity sighting received some negative attention.
Curtain Officially Opens For Ovation Academy In McKinneyA new performing arts academy for 6th to 12th grade students is now officially open in downtown McKinney.
Dallas Dining Classic, The Grape On Lower Greenville ClosingThe consistently applauded, award-winning restaurant will close after the dinner service on Wednesday, October 9th.
Alex Trebek's Cancer May Mean Ending His Time As 'Jeopardy!' HostAlex Trebek suggested in a recent interview that his tenure as "Jeopardy!" host may be nearing an end as he battles pancreatic cancer.
Ken Foote Remembers Ginger BakerWe lost British rock musician Ginger Baker yesterday. He was 80 years old.
The Foote Files: The Crazy World Of Arthur BrownArthur Brown (born Arthur Wilton in June 24, 1944 in Whitby, England) is an English rock singer/songwriter who had a big hit on Top 40 radio in 1968.
Diahann Carroll, Oscar-Nominated, Pioneering Actress, DiesDiahann Carroll, the Oscar-nominated actress and singer who won critical acclaim as the first black woman to star in a non-servant role in a TV series as "Julia," has died.
Chip, Joanna Gaines Still 'Fixing Up' Waco, Opening New Texas HotelChip and Joanna Gaines are delving even deeper into the hospitality business. The former “Fixer Upper” TV stars are now renovating a Texas hotel.
Minneapolis Art Museum Names Texas Museum Head New DirectorKatherine Crawford Luber comes to the Minneapolis museum from the San Antonio Museum of Art, which she has headed since 2011.