Ken Foote Remembers Little Richard And Betty WrightAs you may have heard over the weekend, we lost two R&B singers over the weekend and the announcements of their passing were within hours of each other.
The Foote Files: When WCBS Newsradio 88 Made The NewsIt's not too often that a news media outlet "becomes" the story as opposed to "covering" the story but that happened to New York's WCBS Newsradio 880 in 1967.
The Foote Files: George McCraeGeorge McCrae is an American soul and disco singer, known primarily for his biggest hit, “Rock Your Baby.”
The Foote Files: Stevie NicksFrom 1978-1989, she charted twelve times as a solo artist with four songs in the top ten.
RIP: Ken Foote Remembers New York's Harry HarrisonA native of Chicago, Harrison had been a staple of New York radio since 1959 when he joined WMCA 570AM as the mid-day “Good Guy.”
The Foote Files: Lost Hit From Three Dog NightThree Dog Night was a pop-rock vocal trio from Los Angeles with Danny Hutton, Cory Wells and Chuck Negron.
The Foote Files: The HoneydrippersThe Honeydrippers consisted of Robert Plant and Jimmy Page (formerly of Led Zeppelin), Jeff Beck (from the Yardbirds and his own group from the late 60s) and Nile Rodgers (from the band Chic).
Ken Foote Congratulates New York's Legendary Harry HarrisonHarry Harrison and the rest of Radio Hall Of Fame Class of 2019 will officially be inducted on November 8, 2019 in New York City.
CBS-FM New York Hires WPLJ Jock Race Taylor For MiddaysIf you know anything about 101.1 WCBS-FM in New York, it’s that weekday personalities openings are rare. And when they are, they are usually filled with top shelf talent. Race Taylor is one of them!
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.
KLUV, The Most Listened To Radio Station In DFWI am so thrilled for our radio partners in Dallas with the success of KLUV as the most listened to station in the DFW area this summer.
Happy Anniversary, Scott Shannon!On March 3, WCBS-FM in New York City celebrated the first anniversary of The Big Show With Scott Shannon, which airs weekday mornings. Shannon has been a favorite for years.
Garage Rock MusicIf you grew up in the 1960’s you most likely heard a type of rock music on the radio that is now known as “garage rock” or “underground garage rock”.
Remembering Rock Star Paul Revere