The Foote Files: Martha & The VandellasThe group was active from 1963-1967 and while they didn’t have a #1 hit on the main Billboard charts, they had one that hit #2 in September 1964.
The Foote Files: Ain't Too Proud To BegOur blog isn’t begging per se, but about a song with that name that was popular in 60’s!
The Foote Files: The Supremes And Silver BellsHere’s a beautiful rendition of “Silver Bells” from one of the most successful female R&B groups ever.
The Foote Files: Christmas With Stevie Wonder“What Christmas Means To Me” was written by Anna Gordy Gaye, George Gordy and Allen Story, produced by Henry Cosby and recorded on Motown’s Tamla Records label.
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: Remembering Shorty LongShortly Long passed away (along with a friend) on June 29, 1969 in a boating accident on the Detroit River. Stevie Wonder played the harmonica at his funeral, then placed it on his coffin as a tribute to Long.
The Foote Files: The MarvelettesThis 1960’s female R&B group was from Inkster MI and was one of the most successful girl groups of its time to transcend the fast changes in pop music of that decade.