The Foote Files: Johnny MathisJohnny Mathis (born Sept. 30, 1935 in Gilmer, Texas) is a legendary smooth ballad singer and one of the top album artists of the pop/rock music era.
The Foote Files: Kenny GKenny G (born Kenneth Gorelick on June 5, 1958) is an American jazz musician and saxophonist who remains one of the best-selling artists ever, selling over 75 million records worldwide.
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: Billie HolidayBillie Holiday (1915-1959), born Eleanor Fagan, remains one of history’s finest jazz singers spanning nearly 30 years.
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: Rosemary ClooneyBorn May 23, 1928 and died June 29, 2002, Clooney was very active during the early 1950s as a singer and actress.
The Foote Files: Jackie GleasonJackie Gleason (1916-1987) was an accomplished actor, comedian, writer, composer, and conductor.
The Foote Files: Paul McCartney And 'Simply Having A Wonderful Christmas Time'“Simply Having A Wonderful Christmas Time,” written and produced by McCartney and released November 16, 1979.
The Foote Files: Pearl BaileyPearl Bailey (1918-1990) was a successful actress and singer from 1936-1989.
The Foote Files: Ella Fitzgerald
The Foote Files: Gene Autry & Frosty The SnowmanGene Autry (1907-1998) was one of those rare individuals who was born with exceptional creative talent along with a strong business acumen as well.