The Foote Files: The HootersThey were a band of the 80s, playing musical elements of rock, a little reggae and new wave. They continue to perform all over the world today, but did manage to chart three times on Billboard during their prime.
The Foote Files: The Go-Go'sFrom 1981-1984, the group charted five times on the Billboard Hot 100.
The Foote Files: Remember Nelly Furtado?Going home yesterday, SIRIUS XM 10 “Pop 2K” played a #1 hit of the Portuguese/Canadian pop singer Nelly Furtado and I started thinking, “what is she doing today?”
Ken Foote Remembers Ginger BakerWe lost British rock musician Ginger Baker yesterday. He was 80 years old.
The Foote Files: The Crazy World Of Arthur BrownArthur Brown (born Arthur Wilton in June 24, 1944 in Whitby, England) is an English rock singer/songwriter who had a big hit on Top 40 radio in 1968.
The Foote Files: Sweethearts Of The RodeoSweethearts Of The Rodeo is a female country music duo from Los Angeles comprised of sisters Janis Oliver and Kristine Arnold, discovered by Emmylou Harris.
Ken Foote Congratulates LA's K-EARTH 101Last night in Dallas, the National Association Of Broadcasters awarded KRTH-FM/Los Angeles (K-EARTH 101) the Legendary Station Of The Year.
The Foote Files: The HombresThe Hombres were a garage-rock band from the 1960s and hailed from Memphis, Tennessee.
The Foote Files: SpiritSpirit was a rock band from Los Angeles that were originally active from 1967-1973 but also in the mid to late 70s and from 1982-1997.
The Foote Files: The Most Famous Highway In American HistoryYou may be thinking a blog about a highway is a bit of a departure from the normal Foote Files. But not really!
The Foote Files: Piano Sonata No. 32 In C Minor By BeethovenSonata No. 32 in C Minor, Op. 111, was written between 1821-1822 and was dedicated to his friend, Archduke Rudolf.