The Foote Files: Dance With The DartellsThe Dartells were a rock band from Oxnard, California. They got together as teens in 1962.
The Foote Files: 60 Years Of The Andy Griffith ShowOn October 3, 2020, we will commemorate the 60th anniversary of the debut of The Andy Griffith Show on the CBS Television Network, one of the most beloved sitcoms of all times.
The Foote Files: Don Gardner & Dee Dee FordAs an R&B duo of the 60s, Gardner and Ford released three songs and hit the Billboard Top 20 with “I Need Your Loving” in the summer of 1962. It also was #4 on the Billboard R&B chart.
The Foote Files: BrickBrick is an American disco/jazz/funk/R&B band from Atlanta.
The Foote Files: The Beatles And 'Kansas City'The Fab Four performed the song frequently when they performed in Hamburg, Germany. It was part of “Beatles VI,” their seventh album for Capitol Records.
The Foote Files: The Wicked PickettWilson Pickett (1941-2006) was a top R&B/soul artist from 1965-1972. Born in Prattville, Alabama, he charted 16 times on Billboard with two in the top 10: “Funky Broadway” and “Land Of 1000 Dances.”
The Foote Files: Paul Revere & The RaidersPaul Revere & the Raiders were a Pacific Northwest rock band based in Boise, Idaho.
RIP: Ken Foote Remembers New York's Harry HarrisonA native of Chicago, Harrison had been a staple of New York radio since 1959 when he joined WMCA 570AM as the mid-day “Good Guy.”
The Foote Files: Jackie WilsonFrom 1958-1968 he charted 24 times of Billboard, yet never had a #1 hit.
The Foote Files: Donna SummerDonna Summer was probably one of the hottest R&B singer/songwriters of the 1970’s and 80’s, especially in the disco genre of music.
The Foote Files: The DovellsThe Dovells were an R&B/rock vocal group from Philadelphia, active from 1957-1963.
The Foote Files: RIP Robert ParkerRobert Parker, who passed away on Sunday, January 19, 2020, in Roseland, Louisiana at age 89, was an American R&B singer and musician.
The Foote Files: Julian CopeJulian Cope — born Oct. 21, 1957 in Deri, Monmouthshire, Wales — is an English musician, author, musicologist and antiquarian... among other things. He has been active in the music business since 1978.
The Foote Files: Pseudo EchoIn 1987, Pseudo Echo recorded and release the song “Funkytown," written and produced by Steven Greenberg. The song was a hit for the group, hitting #6 on the American Billboard and was on the charts for ten weeks.
The Foote Files: Billie HolidayOur twin spins will return on Thursday, but today we feature the queen of jazz from the 1930s-1950s: Billie Holiday.