The Foote Files: KC And The Sunshine BandThis disco band from Hialeah, Florida was popular from 1975 to 1979, successful on the Top 40 charts and definitely embraced the disco sound.
The Foote Files: Diana RossBorn Diane Ernestine Ross on March 26, 1944 in Detroit, she is one of the most successful R&B singers/actresses in American music/movie history.
The Foote Files: Van McCoy & The HustleOne of the most successful songs of the summer of 1975 had very few lyrics but was right on point for the upcoming disco age that would last another five to six years.
Ken Foote Summer Songs: Billy Preston's 'Will It Go Round In Circles'“Will It Go Round In Circles” was released in March 1973. It was on the charts for fourteen weeks and stayed at #1 for two consecutive weeks.
The Foote Files: The CarpentersDuring the summer of 1970, a brother and sister pop music duo came on to the scene and right out of the box with a #1 hit.
The Foote Files: Daddy DewdropDaddy Dewdrop is an American singer/songwriter who had only one song on Billboard but it was a top 10 hit: a novelty song!
The Foote Files: Andrea True ConnectionAndrea True (born Andrea Marie Truden on July 26, 1943 and passed away on November 7, 2011) was a dance/pop singer from the 1970’s disco era.
Ken Foote's Friday Fun Songs: Gilbert O'SullivanGilbert O'Sullivan was a successful contemporary pop music singer/songwriter/pianist during the early to mid 1970's.
The Foote Files: Al Stewart And Song On The RadioAl Stewart is a Scottish singer/songwriter/folk rock musician who was popular during the late 1970s.
The Foote Files: Donna SummerBorn La Donna Adrian Gaines on December 31, 1948, Summer was probably the best known singer/songwriter/actress of the 1970s disco era.
The Foote Files: Joe Cocker, Leon Russell, Mad Dogs & EnglishmenHow about a #1 song from 1967 originally done by the American pop-rock group The Box Tops, but was also a hit in 1970 for an Englishman named Joe Cocker?
The Foote Files: One-Hit Wonder Wednesday: "Dynomite"The song was inspired by a word used by actor Jimmie Walker on the CBS hit show “Good Times” which ran on the network from 1974-1979 with 133 episodes.