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: 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 SurfarisThe Surfaris were a teen rock-and-roll surf band from Glendora, California. Members of the band included Ron Wilson, Jim Fuller, Bob Beryhill, Pat Connolly and Jim Pash.
The Foote Files: Green OnionsBooker T. Jones, born Nov. 12, 1944 in Memphis, Tennessee, formed one of the early rock-and-roll/R&B interracial groups, called “The MG’s” or “Memphis Group."
The Foote Files: Junior Walker & The All-StarsJunior Walker was an American R&B singer/performer, in particular a saxophonist, who recorded for Berry Gordy’s Motown Records in the 1960’s.
The Foote Files: Napoleon XIVNo, this is not a historical figure in the history of France!
The Foote Files: Paul Mauriat's Love Is BluePaul Mauriat (born March 4, 1922 and died November 3, 2006 at age 81) was a French orchestra leader who scored a #1 hit on the American Billboard chart in 1968.
Ken Foote's Summer Songs: The Animals And 'House Of The Rising Sun'One of the top summer songs of 1964 came from a group formed in Newcastle, England: The Animals.