1980s band Interior Castle can be heard in the FX period drama “The Americans.” Episode 608 “The Summit” will feature the band’s Abba-esque “Diamonds And Emeralds.” Don’t miss “The Americans” May 16th, and be on the lookout for an upcoming Interior Castle re-issue on Fervor Records!
Ethan Hawke, Mark Strong and Noomi Rapace star in director Robert Budreau’s new film “Stockholm.” The independent feature premiered at the 2018 Tribeca Film Festival and features six period recordings from Fervor Records. Heard in the crime comedy-drama is the 1959 Ram Records single “Cheaters Can’t Win” by Margaret Lewis With Grace Tennessee, the 1971 Darlene Records single “Function Underground” by We The People, The Steam Machine’s 1971 Ariola single “Get Back to The West Side,” Sebastian’s 1973 Mountain City Records single “Goin’ Home,” and Target’s 1974 psych masterpiece “Get What You Need.” Also featured is Canadian violin virtuoso Steven Staryk’s 1964 recording of Bach’s “Sonata in E Minor.” Be on the lookout for “Stockholm,” and click the song titles to enjoy!
Iconic premium Tequila brand Patrón has turned to Fervor Records for their new product video ad campaign “Patron Core Gran Roca.” The title track from Flamenco guitarist Alberto de Almar’s Fervor Records release “Para Mi Bonita” is featured in the spots. Enjoy some Patrón while you experience Alberto de Almar’s “Para Mi Bonita” across Apple, Amazon, or Spotify!
Showtime’s period comedy-drama “I’m Dying Up Here” has turned to Fervor Records for more era specific classics. Four songs from the label appear in Episode 202: “Plus One.” From 1968 is Jackie Stewart’s “World’s Champion Lover,” from 1971 The Counts’ “Get It On,” and from 1972 “I Need You” by Lloyd Conger, and “My Old Texas Home” by Jay Ramsey. Don’t miss “I’m Dying Up Here” May 13th, and click the song titles to enjoy on Spotify!
Two vintage Country tunes from Fervor Records’ stockpile of period recordings appear in the CBS comedy “Young Sheldon.” Episode 122: “Vanilla Ice Cream, Gentleman Callers, And A Dinette Set” features “Old Dreams,” from Deadly Earnest & The Honky Tonk Heroes’ 1982 LP “The Modern Sounds of Deadly Earnest,” And Lloyd Conger’s 1980 recording “Drifter.” Don’t miss “Young Sheldon” May 10th, and enjoy Lloyd Conger on his Fervor Records release “Beer Bar Blues” available across Apple, Amazon, Spotify and beyond!
Period drama “The Americans” will feature more music from Fervor Records’ arsenal of authentic 80s treasures. South Florida sextet Freewheel tore up the scene in the early 80s sharing the stage with the likes of Bob Seeger and Pablo Cruise. Thirty some odd years later the band’s songs are still resonating with “Feel it In My Bones” appearing in Episode 607: “Harvest.” Tune in to “The Americans” May 9th on FX Networks, and look for Freewheel on an upcoming Fervor Records re-issue!