The Foote Files: Shocking Blue And VenusFounded in 1967, the group Shocking Blue consisted of founder Robbie van Leeuwen on guitar, Klassje Wal on bass, Car Beek on drums and Mariska Veres on vocals.
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.
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: 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.
The Foote Files: Rosemary ClooneyThis lady from Maysville, KY really knew how to sing a song with a wide vocal range and with so much passion and emotion.
Ken Foote's Holiday Songs: Darlene LoveLegendary R&B/pop singer and film actress Darlene Love has withstood the test of time, performing for nearly six decades.
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: 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: Gene Autry & RudolphGene Autry made the song “Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer” famous during the week of Christmas 1949.
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'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.