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 Remembers 'Captain' Daryl DragonFor those who may not have been born by the time the 1970s arrived, Daryl Dragon and his wife, Toni Tennille, were one of the most successful pop music duos of that decade.
Ken Foote's Holiday Songs: Elton John's Step Into Christmas“Step Into Christmas” was written by Elton John and Bernie Taupin, and produced by Gus Dudgeon. It was released as a stand-alone single in November 1973 with the B-side song “Ho, Ho, Ho (Who’d Be A Turkey At Christmas).
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: Andy WilliamsBorn Howard Andrew Williams (December 3, 1927-September 25, 2012), he recorded 43 albums, 15 of which attained gold-certified status.
The Foote Files: A Lost Hit Of The 90's: 'Baby, It's Tonight'This song is truly a lost hit from 1990 and I think it should have done better on the Billboard Hot 100 than it did! And it doesn’t sound like a song of the 90’s either!
The Foote Files: An Olivia Newton-John Lost Hit Of The 80sOlivia Newton-John (born September 26, 1948 in Cambridge, England and raised in Melbourne, Australia) had a top five hit on the Billboard charts in the fall of 1982.
The Foote Files: Joe Cocker, Leon Russell, Mad Dogs & EnglishmenHow about a #1 song from 1967 originally done by the American pop-rock group The Box Tops, but was also a hit in 1970 for an Englishman named Joe Cocker?