The Foote Files: The TremeloesThe Tremeloes are a British pop/rock band whose current members (and former members) span more than 60 years.
The Foote Files: Scorpions And I Can't ExplainToday’s song is one released by the British rock group The Who in the winter of 1964-65. “I Can’t Explain” was written by Pete Townshend and produced by Shel Talmy.
The Foote Files: The YardbirdsFormed in 1963 in Surrey, England, the group consisted of Keith Reif (vocals, harmonica), Top Topham (guitar), Chris Dreja (guitar), “Sam” Samwell-Smith (bass and keyboards) and Jim McCarty (drums).
The Foote Files: Mr. Mister
The Foote Files: 25 Years Of SportsRadio 1310 The TicketOn Thursday, January 24, Cumulus Media’s SportsRadio 1310 The Ticket (KTCK-AM/FM) celebrated its 25th anniversary as the pre-eminent sports radio station in the DFW area as well as nationally.
The Foote Files: Songs That Mention Western UnionPeople and businesses use Western Union today for transferring money from place to another. But during the 1960s, there were a couple of songs that included their name in the title.
The Foote Files: A Decade Of Digital TVThe title of today’s blog takes a look back to the date when federal law required all U.S. television stations to shut off their analog signals and commence broadcasting exclusively with high definition digital quality.
The Foote Files: And We Danced With The HootersThis pop/rock quintet hails from Philadelphia PA and has had some moderate success on the Billboard 100 during their tenure, even though the highest ranking they ever had was at #18 for “Day By Day” in 1986.
The Foote Files: The Boy From New York City“The Boy From New York City” was first made popular by an R&B/soul/doo-wop group from Newark NJ named The Ad-Libs.
The Foote Files: Shocking Blue And VenusFounded in 1967, the group Shocking Blue consisted of founder Robbie van Leeuwen on guitar, Klassje Wal on bass, Car Beek on drums and Mariska Veres on vocals.
The Foote Files: Rosemary ClooneyThis lady from Maysville, KY really knew how to sing a song with a wide vocal range and with so much passion and emotion.
The Foote Files: Christmas Cheer With Kenny GBorn Kenneth Bruce Gorelick on June 5, 1956 in Seattle, Kenny G is one of the top and most successful smooth jazz/adult contemporary musicians today.