The Foote FIles: Classical Gas With Native Texan Mason WilliamsMason Williams (born August 24,1939 in Abilene, Texas) built his music career as a folk guitarist and as the head comedy writer for the Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour
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: Nat King Cole And LoveAs we celebrate Valentine’s Day and honor those we love and cherish, I was pondering on what song to feature today and it was a no brainer.
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: 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: 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: Paul Revere & The RaidersPaul Revere & the Raiders were a Pacific Northwest rock band based in Boise, Idaho.
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: 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: SmithSmith (that’s the full name) consisted of Gayle McCormick (vocals), Rick Cliburn and Alan Parker (guitars), Larry Moss (keyboards), Jerry Carter (bass) and Robert Evans (drums).
The Foote Files: The ShirellesThe group from Passaic, New Jersey, charted 12 times on Billboard, with two #1 hits: “Will You Love Me Tomorrow” and “Soldier boy." But right before “Soldier Boy," they released “Baby It’s You.”
The Foote FIles: A Beach Boys Christmas“Little Saint Nick” was written by Brian Wilson and Mike Love, released December 9, 1963 on the Capitol Records label.
The Foote Files: Dave Clark FiveIn 1965, this British rock and roll group was at the height of their career!
The Foote Files: Lost Hit Of The 60s With PJ ProbyProby (born James Marcus Smith on November 6, 1938 in Houston) is a rock and roll singer/songwriter and actor.