Ken Foote's Summer Songs: Hanky PankyThe summer of 1966 introduced a new singer and group from Niles, Michigan: Tommy James & The Shondells.
The Foote Files: The T-BonesThis is not about food nor steaks cooked out on the grill! The T-Bones were a 1960s instrumental group from Los Angeles.
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: Deep PurpleIf you were a teenager in the late 1960's and looking for some hard-charging rock and roll that might not have been played initially on AM Top 40 then, today's song could qualify for that.
The Foote Files: Fanny & Charity BallThis is a group that had a good song that should have done much better than it did on the Billboard Top 40 in 1971.
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: The 40 Most Popular Songs Of 2018Now if I counted correctly, Post Malone had four songs in the 2018 Top 40 list while Drake had three in the list.
The Foote Files: Being Friends With Marshmello & Anne-MarieThe title of this week’s blog might think that I am personal friends with these two musical artists, which of course is not true. But what is true is that they have a hit on the Billboard Hot 100 and worldwide right now.
The Foote Files: The FlirtationsThis all-girl group got their start in the early 1960’s as a quartet but ended up as a trio for the song we are highlighting today.