Showtime comedy “SMILF” is back! Featured in the Season 2 premiere is a lovely 1952 classic from the vaults of Fervor Records. Heard in Episode 201: “Shit Man, I’ve Literally Failed” is the late great Carl Coccomo’s “Parle d’Amore.” The song was originally released on Carl’s Trend Records LP “In Double Exposure.” Don’t miss “SMILF” streaming January 4th on Showtime.com, and January 20th on Showtime. Experience Carl Coccomo on Fervor Records across Apple, Amazon, Spotify and beyond!
Esteemed music journalist Ed Masley took a deep dive into Fervor Records with a feature story in both the online and print editions. The story showcases several Fervor artists, their recent high profile film and TV placements, and gives a brief history of the label. It’s always an honor to get some hometown press, thank you Ed Masley, azcentral.com, and the Arizona Republic! Click the link to read the story.
Now streaming is Season 5 of the Netflix hit “Grace and Frankie.” Heard in Episode 508: “The Ceremony” are 2 classics from the Peter Sivo Band, the 1953 recording “Born To Reminisce,” and from 1954 “Fire And Ice.” Binge watch “Grace and Frankie” on Netflix, and experience the incredible music of Peter Sivo on the Fervor Records release “The Peter Sivo Band: 1946 – 1961” available across Apple, Amazon, Spotify and beyond!
Prolific artist Bruce Connole’s 90s grunge outfit Cryptics can be heard in Season 5 of Netflix hit “Grace and Frankie.” Episode 511: “The Video” features “Told A Lie” from the band’s 1991 Spot Records release “Kill Me.” Start binge-watching Season 5 of “Grace and Frankie” January 18th, and experience the Cryptics on the Fervor Records release “Darker Side Of You” available across Apple, Amazon, Spotify and beyond!
The date is set and panelists announced for Fervor’s 2nd annual Music Business Summit. On April 6th please join our incredible panel of industry experts as they discuss insights and challenges in the ever-changing business of music. Panelists include… from Seattle: DC Parmet (Elton John), from Los Angeles: music supervisors Greg Sweeny and Toddrick Spalding (Mob Scene), Malia Hall (Mothlight Music) and Rob Lowry (Sweater Weather Music), entertainment attorney Ben McLane, and from Sub Pop Records Gareth Smith. From Phoenix: IP attorney Connie Mableson (Mableson Law Group), tax expert John Taylor (Ernst & Young), acclaimed producer & radio host Otto D’Agnolo, and Fervor execs David Hilker and Jeff Freundlich. Head to fervormusicbizsummit.com for all the info. Registration starts February 1st and the best part… admission is free!
CBS military drama “Seal Team” has turned to Fervor Records for an authentic slice of the 1970s. Heard in Episode 212: “Things Not Seen” is “Beauty In The Beast” a 1976 classic from Wisconsin favorite Austin Carter Roundup. Don’t miss “Seal Team” on January 9th, and experience Austin Carter Roundup on the Fervor Records release “East Of Midnight” across Apple, Amazon, Spotify and beyond!
New Canadian drama “Coroner” premiered January 7th on the CBC Network. Heard in the debut episode “Black Dog” is the 1970 Chicago Soul classic “Get It” by The Triplett Twins. Experience more Triplett Twins 70s Soul classics on Fervor Records across Apple, Amazon, Spotify and beyond!