More greats from Fervor Records’ amazing stash of 1970’s vinyl are featured in Showtime’s “I’m Dying Up Here.” Appearing in Episode 207: “Call Me A Ham,” is the 1972 Blue Ram Records single “Floating On A Cloud” by Christopher Blue, and the 1974 Trend Records Canada 45“Lover’s Nova” by Sebastian. Don’t miss “I’m Dying Up Here” June 17th, and experience Christopher Blue on their Fervor Records release “Happy Just To Be Alive,” available across Apple, Amazon, Spotify and beyond!
Zoey Deutch, Glen Powell, Lucy Liu, and Taye Diggs form an all-star ensemble in the new Netflix romantic comedy “Set It Up.” Also featured in the film are two throwback jams from Fervor Records. The Triplett Twins’ 1970 Thomas Records single “Pretty Please,” and the 1979 recording “Love Enough” by Bill Burgess. Netflix premieres “Set It Up” June 15th. You can experience The Triplett Twins on their self-titled Fervor release, and Bill Burgess on the Fervor release “Cult Hits of the 1970s Gold: Masterpiece Of Love,” both available across Apple, Amazon, Spotify and beyond!
In 1966 singer, guitarist, composer, producer, and Billboard chart-topper Donnie Owens released “Heart Attack” on Ramco Records. Billboard spotlighted the record, predicting Donnie would repeat his previous chart success and the song would break the Hot Country Singles Chart. Unfortunately, that didn’t materialize but Donnie’s amazing song can now be heard in USA Network’s hit science-fiction drama “Colony.” Don’t miss episode 307 on June 13th, you can also enjoy “Heart Attack” on the Fervor Records re-issue “Amazing Hits of the Transistor Era Vol. 2” available across Apple, Amazon
Lee Hurst’s 1973 A&M Records single “Whole Lotta Your Love” will appear in Showtime’s “I’m Dying Up Here.” Mr. Hurst’s R&B classic is featured in Episode 206: “Between Us” and airs June 10th. “Whole Lotta Your Love” was produced by pioneering Canadian producer and record label owner Merv Buchanan. Be on the lookout for a Fervor Records re-issue!
In 1958 Bobby Page & The Riff-Raffs lit up Shreveport, Louisiana with their infectious brand of Rock N’ Roll. Sixty years later Fervor Records is making sure the band is still resonating. Showtime’s hit series “I’m Dying Up Here” will feature Bobby Page & The Riff Raffs’ Ram Records recording “This Time” in Episode 205: “Heroes And Villains.” Catch “I’m Dying Up Here” June 3rd, and look for Bobby and the boys on an upcoming Fervor Records re-issue!
CBS drama “Instinct” has turned to Fervor Records for some authentic 80s Hard Rock. Episode 108: “Longshot” will feature Loosely Tight’s “Bombs Away” from the band’s 1981 release “Fightin’ Society.” Don’t miss “Instinct” May 27th, and experience Loosely Tight of the Fervor Records release “The Best Of Loosely Tight” available across Apple, Amazon, Spotify and beyond!
Runaway multi-award-winning film festival hit “The Rider” features two songs from Fervor Records’ stash of authentic period recordings. Written and directed by Chloé Zhao, the film stars Brady Jandreau, Tim Jandreau, and Lilly Jandreau, three untrained actors who tell the true life Americana tale. Heard in the feature is Lloyd Conger’s 1972 American Sound Country single “Your Kind of Love,” and Lucian Blaque’s 1990 Metal anthem “Battleground.” Catch “The Rider” at a theater near you, and click the song titles to enjoy on Spotify!