Ken Foote Remembers Little Richard And Betty WrightAs you may have heard over the weekend, we lost two R&B singers over the weekend and the announcements of their passing were within hours of each other.
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: 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: Rufus ThomasRufus Thomas (1917-2001) was a R&B/soul singer, active from 1936-1998, and charted four times on Billboard from 1963-1971, with three of those four in 1970 and 1971.
The Foote Files: Dave Clark FiveIn 1965, this British rock and roll group was at the height of their career!
Ken Foote Remembers Ginger BakerWe lost British rock musician Ginger Baker yesterday. He was 80 years old.
The Foote Files: The T-BonesThis is not about food nor steaks cooked out on the grill! The T-Bones were a 1960s instrumental group from Los Angeles.
The Foote Files: The Sweet Inspirations This song goes way back to my teen years and I had forgotten all about it until Shotgun Tom Kelly on SIRIUS XM 60s On 6 played it the other day, and by golly it moves you!
The Foote Files: Manfred MannManfred Mann was a British blues/rock quintet formed in England in the late 1950s. Originally, they were known as the Mann-Hugg Blues Brothers, but then changed to Manfred Mann.
Remembering Pop Novelty SongsIf you lived during the '60s and '70s, you most likely heard certain types of songs on Top 40 Radio known today as "novelty songs" or "silly songs."
Garage Rock MusicIf you grew up in the 1960’s you most likely heard a type of rock music on the radio that is now known as “garage rock” or “underground garage rock”.
Remembering Rock Star Paul Revere