The Foote Files: Bing & BowieToday, we leave you with a duo performance of the song(s), “Peace On Earth/Little Drummer Boy," performed by Bing Crosby and David Bowie.
The Foote Files: Holiday Cheer From The CrystalsThe Crystals were an all-female R&B vocal group in the 1960s from Brooklyn, New York.
The Foote Files: Pearl BaileyPearl Bailey (1918-1990) was a successful actress and singer from 1936-1989.
The Foote Files: Santa Claus Is Coming To TownHere’s a great version of “Santa Claus Is Comin’ To Town” by Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra from 1935 with Cliff Weston and Edythe Wright on vocals.
The Foote Files: The Puppini SistersFormed in 2004, the current members are Marcella Puppini, Kate Mullins and Emma Smith. The name of the group is purportedly a tribute to the 1940’s vocal group, The Andrews Sisters, yet they are not related.
Ken Foote's Holiday Songs: Elvis Presley & Blue ChristmasWritten by Billy Hayes and Jay W. Johnson, this song was performed by Doye O’Dell in 1948 and later by country music singer Ernest Tubb and crooner Billy Eckstine separately, both in 1950.
Ken Foote's Holiday Songs: Run Run RudolphOur rendition is performed by Canadian pop/rocker Bryan Adams from 1987.
Ken Foote's Holiday Songs: Merry Christmas BabyBruce Springsteen and his E Street Band performed this song in 1987 for a Special Olympics charity album entitled, “A Very Special Christmas.”
Ken Foote's Holiday Songs: Dean Martin & Let It Snow Dean Martin was one of the most popular and long-running singers, actors, and comedians in America. His career spanned nearly 50 years and he became one of the most recognizable of his day.
Ken Foote Holiday Songs: Wham! & Last ChristmasThe man behind the success of this group was George Michael, born Georgios Kriiacos Panayiotou, to a Greek restaurant family.
Ken Foote Holiday Songs: A Holly Jolly ChristmasThis song not only ranks as one of the all-time holiday songs on radio but also as part of the annual TV Christmas special, “Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer.”
Ken Foote Holiday Songs: The Christmas SongEvery Christmas, many radio stations that flip to an all-Christmas format add Nat King Cole's “The Christmas Song” to their playlist. As I can determine, there were four recordings made of this song from 1946-1961.
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.
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.
Ken Foote Holiday Songs: Mariah CareyWhat better way to kick off the 2018 holiday season than with what has become one of the most popular holiday songs and a staple of radio station Christmas music "format flips."