Adam Devine, John Goodman, and Edi Patterson star in the new HBO comedy “The Righteous Gemstones.” Heard in the series premiere is the 1981 Comstock Records single “The Jesus In Me” by Paula Grindstaff. Don’t miss “The Righteous Gemstones” August 18th and keep listening throughout Season 1 for more greats from the vaults of Fervor Records!
FX hit period drama “Snowfall” has returned to Fervor Records for another authentic jam from the 1980s. Heard in Episode 306 “Confessions” is The Jetzons’ 1983 recording “Hard Times.” The song is also at the epicenter of a controversy surrounding Micheal Jackson and Sonic The Hedgehog video game. Don’t miss “Snowfall” on August 14th, follow the Sonic controversy on YouTube, and experience The Jetzons on the Fervor Records release “The Complete Jetzons” available across Apple, Amazon, Spotify and beyond!
Country great Dick Flood has inked most of his brilliant back catalog of mid-century Country songs and recordings with Fervor Records. Included in Dick’s catalog were some incredible guitar/vocal song demos from the era. Fervor artist/producer Bruce Connole heard the tunes and immediately sprung into action. Bruce rounded up his band The Suicide Kings, hit Fervor’s Bomb Shelter studio, and accompanied Mr. Flood on his original demos. Fervor Records is proud to share the amazing results of 2 these two Country greats on the Fervor Records release “Dick Flood with The Suicide Kings,” now available across Apple, Amazon, Spotify and beyond!
Season 4 of AMC’s “Preacher” has returned to the vaults of Fervor Records. Heard in Episode 403: “Deviant” is “You Only Want Me When You’re Lonely,” a 1963 Mascot Records rarity by Jim Boyd. Catch “Preacher” on AMC, and experience Jim Boyd on the Fervor Records release “Mascot Records Retrospective Vol. 2” now available across Apple, Amazon, Spotify and beyond!
The new Lionsgate Pictures horror-thriller “Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark” hits theaters August 9th! Heard in the film is another gem from the vaults of Fervor Records. “I’m Doin’ OK,” from the late great Margaret Lewis, was recorded in 1963 and is culled from the archives of renown Shreveport, LA label RAM Records.
FX period crime drama “Snowfall” has turned to Fervor Records once again for the authentic sound of the 1980s. Heard in Episode 305: “The Bottoms” is the 1982 recording “Electric” by Tempe, AZ New Wave outfit Red Alert. Don’t miss “Snowfall” August 6th, and experience the incredible music video of “Electric” on YouTube!
TNT drama “Animal Kingdom” has returned to Fervor Records for another slice of the 1970s. Heard in Episode 411: “Julia” is Rick Coyne’s 1974 Pop classic “Had You So Long.” Don’t miss “Animal Kingdom” August 6th, and experience Rick Coyne on his aptly titled Fervor Records release “Had You So Long” now available across Apple, Amazon, Spotify and beyond!