The Foote Files: Sweethearts Of The RodeoSweethearts Of The Rodeo is a female country music duo from Los Angeles comprised of sisters Janis Oliver and Kristine Arnold, discovered by Emmylou Harris.
The Who Cancels Dallas Concert After Roger Daltrey Comes Down With BronchitisIt wasn’t a good sign when every member of the The Who walked off stage after playing just eight songs at a concert in Houston.
Landmark Theatres, 2 In North Texas, Banning Costumes For 'Joker' Movie Amid Concerns Over Possible ViolenceLandmark Theatres, which operates two locations in Dallas, has confirmed they are banning costumes, face painting and masks when the new "Joker" movie hits screens.
Original Stars Reprising Their Roles In "Jurassic World 3"The Jurassic period ended 145 million years ago and it feels almost as long since we've seen Laura Dern, Sam Neill and Jeff Goldblum in a movie together.
The Foote Files: SpiritSpirit was a rock band from Los Angeles that were originally active from 1967-1973 but also in the mid to late 70s and from 1982-1997.
The Foote Files: The Most Famous Highway In American HistoryYou may be thinking a blog about a highway is a bit of a departure from the normal Foote Files. But not really!
The Foote Files: Piano Sonata No. 32 In C Minor By BeethovenSonata No. 32 in C Minor, Op. 111, was written between 1821-1822 and was dedicated to his friend, Archduke Rudolf.
Ken Foote Remembers Ric OcasekWe lost Ric Ocasek of the rock group The Cars on September 15th. He was 75 years old and passed away from natural causes.
The Foote Files: Junior Walker & The All-StarsJunior Walker was an American R&B singer/performer, in particular a saxophonist, who recorded for Berry Gordy’s Motown Records in the 1960’s.
Kylie Rae Harris, Country Singer From North Texas, Dies In Crash In New MexicoCountry singer Kylie Rae Harris of Wylie, Texas died in a three-vehicle crash in New Mexico Wednesday, her publicist confirmed to Billboard.
Oprah's 2020 Wellness Arena Tour Making A Stop In TexasLady O is going on a speaking tour next year and one of her stops is in Texas. This time Oprah Winfrey's arena tour will promote a healthier lifestyle.
The Foote Files: Illinois JacquetJean-Baptiste “Illinois” Jacquet was an American jazz tenor saxophonist best known for his performance of “Flying Home” along with Lionel Hampton and his band.
The Foote Files: Cozy ColeCole had three songs to chart on the Billboard Hot 100, all in 1958, some thirty years after he started to perform professionally with Wilbur Sweatman in 1928.
The Foote Files: Paul Mauriat's Love Is BluePaul Mauriat (born March 4, 1922 and died November 3, 2006 at age 81) was a French orchestra leader who scored a #1 hit on the American Billboard chart in 1968.
Academy Award Winner Matthew McConaughey Joins University Of Texas FacultyAcademy Award winning actor Matthew McConaughey can add "professor of practice" to his list of accolades.