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.
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: Al JarreauToday’s featured song was the theme song for a 1980s network television show.
The Foote Files: The HootersThey were a band of the 80s, playing musical elements of rock, a little reggae and new wave. They continue to perform all over the world today, but did manage to chart three times on Billboard during their prime.
The Foote Files: The Go-Go'sFrom 1981-1984, the group charted five times on the Billboard Hot 100.
The Foote Files: Remember Nelly Furtado?Going home yesterday, SIRIUS XM 10 “Pop 2K” played a #1 hit of the Portuguese/Canadian pop singer Nelly Furtado and I started thinking, “what is she doing today?”
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.
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.
Ken Foote Congratulates LA's K-EARTH 101Last night in Dallas, the National Association Of Broadcasters awarded KRTH-FM/Los Angeles (K-EARTH 101) the Legendary Station Of The Year.
The Foote Files: The HombresThe Hombres were a garage-rock band from the 1960s and hailed from Memphis, Tennessee.
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!
Ken Foote Remembers Eddie MoneyWe lost pop/rock singer Eddie Money Friday morning. He passed away at 70 of complications from esophageal cancer.