The Foote Files: George McCraeGeorge McCrae is an American soul and disco singer, known primarily for his biggest hit, “Rock Your Baby.”
The Foote Files: Christine McVieChristine McVie (born Christine Anne Perfect on July 12, 1943) is a British singer/songwriter and keyboardist, known best as a member of Fleetwood Mac.
The Foote Files: Sing Sing Sing With Benny GoodmanBenny Goodman and His Orchestra recorded the song in Hollywood on July 6, 1937 and this version is heard frequently on SIRIUS XM 73 “40s Junction.”
The Foote Files: Tony BennettTony Bennett, born Anthony Benedetto, is one of the world’s top pop/big band/jazz singers ever, as well as an accomplished painter.
The Foote Files: LoboLobo (born Roland Kent LaVoie on July 31, 1943 in Tallahassee, Florida) is an American singer/songwriter and guitarist who was popular on the adult contemporary charts during the 1970s.
The Foote Files: Tommy RoeTommy Roe (born May 9, 1942 in Atlanta, Georgia) is an American pop/rock/bubblegum singer/songwriter going back to 1958.
The Foote Files: Lady Gaga ReturnsLady Gaga is back with a new hit that I think will do very well! The song is called “Stupid Love,” released Thursday, February 27 on the Interscope Records label.
The Foote Files: Patrick Hernandez And 'Born To Be Alive'Patrick Hernandez is a French singer who had an international hit worldwide in 1979 during the middle of the disco era.
The Foote Files: Blues In The NightThere were six recordings of this song charted by such successful artists as Woody Herman, Dinah Shore, Jimmie Lunceford, Cab Calloway, Artie Shaw and Rosemary Clooney.
The Foote Files: Stevie NicksFrom 1978-1989, she charted twelve times as a solo artist with four songs in the top ten.
The Foote Files: Eric CarmenEric Carmen (born August 11, 1949 in Cleveland) is a singer/songwriter/pianist, first known in the 1970’s as the lead singer for the pop/rock group The Raspberries.
The Foote Files: Nat King Cole And LoveAs we celebrate Valentine’s Day and honor those we love and cherish, I was pondering on what song to feature today and it was a no brainer.
The Foote Files: Peggy LeeLee got her start on local radio as a vocalist and later performed with Benny Goodman and his orchestra.
Ken Foote Congratulates Chicago's John Records LandeckerJohn Records Landecker, best known during the 70s and early 80s, has been selected for induction into the Broadcasting Hall of Fame of the National Association of Broadcasters.
The Foote Files: 60 Years Of My Three SonsThe show starred Fred MacMurray, Tim Considine (1960-1965), Don Grady, and Stanley and Barry Livingston (brothers in real life).