The Foote Files: Summer With The Beach BoysWhat would summer be without the music of The Beach Boys? From 1962 to 1988, they had four number one hits and fifteen hits in the top 10. And they still perform today!
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.