Ken Foote Holiday Songs: The Christmas SongEvery Christmas, many radio stations that flip to an all-Christmas format add Nat King Cole's “The Christmas Song” to their playlist. As I can determine, there were four recordings made of this song from 1946-1961.
Ken Foote Holiday Songs: Mariah CareyWhat better way to kick off the 2018 holiday season than with what has become one of the most popular holiday songs and a staple of radio station Christmas music "format flips."
The Foote Files: Elvis Presley Remix Of 'Blue Suede Shoes'In 1956, Elvis recorded and released the song “Blue Suede Shoes”, written and first recorded by Carl Perkins.
The Foote Files: Shaun Cassidy And Hey DeanieThis talented singer/actor was the brother of the late David Cassidy and son of actors Jack Cassidy and Shirley Jones.
The Foote Files: Annie Lennox & Walking On Broken GlassOne of the most talented musical performers of the 80’s and 90’s of all time is definitely Annie Lennox.
The Foote Files: Remembering The Patty Duke Show
The Foote Files: Tommy Dorsey & His OrchestraTommy Dorsey was one of the most prolific big band musicians and orchestra leaders from the 1930s through the mid 1950s.
The Foote Files: Radio Bumper MusicHere's a story behind the music that serves as an intro or close to a radio show and before and after segments during the show, and as one suitable to talk over.
The Foote Files: The Last TimeFor rock n’ roll fans from the 1960s, you will remember this song by one of the world’s best rock and roll bands ever, if not the best.
The Foote Files: Do Gentlemen Really Prefer Blondes?The title of this blog isn’t a poll! But in the 20th Century Fox movie from 1953, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, they also like brunettes like Jane Russell, in addition to Marilyn Monroe
The Foote Files: One Hit Wonder From The Mary Jane GirlsThe Mary Jane Girls were an African-American girl group whose specialty was in the funk/dance/vocal style.
The Foote Files: John Cafferty & The Beaver Brown Band