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 Congratulates LA's K-EARTH 101Last night in Dallas, the National Association Of Broadcasters awarded KRTH-FM/Los Angeles (K-EARTH 101) the Legendary Station Of The Year.
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.
A Tribute To 3 Radio PersonalitiesThree great radio personalities who touched thousands of people they spoke to. As life goes, all good things come to an end at some point.