A trio of 50s and 60s classics from the vaults of Fervor Records appear in the new motion picture “Bottom Of The 9th.” Featured are 1954’s “I Gotta Bigga Love For Rosa” by Peter Sivo Band, 1961’s “So Goes My Dream” by Don Cole, and 1967’s “Broadway Shing-A-Ling” by Soul Blenders. Don’t miss Sofía Vergara, Joe Manganiello, and Denis O’Hare in “Bottom Of The 9th” as it hits theaters July 19th, and experience “I Gotta Bigga Love For Rosa” on the Fervor Records release “Peter Sivo Band – 1946 – 1961” across Apple, Amazon, Spotify and beyond!
Freeform’s fantasy thriller “Siren” features the music of Phoenix, Arizona Jazz great Nadine Jansen. Heard in Episode: 212 “Serenity” is Nadine’s 1959 recording “I Gotta Believe.” Fervor Records acquired the entire catalog of Nadine’s namesake label Jantone Records. The archives include recordings dating from the 1940s to the 1980s. Catch episode 212 of “Siren” on Hulu, and head to fervor-records.com for your copy of the CD “The Very Best of Nadine Jansen!”
TNT’s “Animal Kingdom” will feature another vintage gem from the vaults of Fervor Records. Episode 408: “Ambo” features the 1974 recording “There’s No Doubt” by Bridge. Don’t miss “Animal Kingdom” July 16th, and be on the lookout for the 60s and 70s recordings from Ohio Rock band Bridge, coming soon from Fervor Records!
The music of Fervor Records can be heard once again in the long-running NBC hit “Chicago Fire.” “Meet The Competition,” a deep cut from the 1970’s NYC rock band Just Water, is featured in Episode: 721 “The White Whale.” Enjoy “Chicago Fire” on Hulu, and experience Just Water on YouTube!
A sold-out crowd jammed the Tempe Center for The Arts for the 2019 Arizona Music & Entertainment Hall Of Fame induction ceremony. This year’s honorees included Dead Hot Workshop, Roger Clyne and the Peacemakers, Bob Meighan and Fervor Records recording artists Pistoleros. The class of 2019 joins other Arizona luminaries including Alice Cooper, Buck Owens, Glen Campbell, Gin Blossoms, Jerry Riopelle, Lee Hazlewood, Linda Ronstadt, Meat Puppets, Marty Robbins, and Waylon Jennings to name a few. Congrats to all!
Paramount Pictures premieres the disaster horror flick “Crawl” July 12th! The film stars Kaya Scodelario and Barry Pepper and also features four 1970s classics from the extensive vaults of Fervor Records. Heard in the feature is 1973’s “Ready To Move” by Joy, from 1978 “Take Me Now I’m Ready” by Slyder and “After Hours” by White Heat, from 1979 “Fire Away” by City Kids. Don’t miss “Crawl” at a theater near you and experience Slyder, White Heat and City Kids on Fervor Records on Spotify!
Hulu’s award-winning dystopian drama “The Handmaid’s Tale” will feature music from the vaults of Fervor Records. Heard in Episode 308: “Unfit” is the deep 1987 cut “What Does It Take” by Ani Esperella. Don’t miss “The Handmaid’s Tale” July 10th, and look for Ani Esperella on an upcoming Fervor Records compilation!