Fervor On Black Monday

Fervor On Black Monday

; Fervor On Black Monday Showtime’s new period dark-comedy “Black Monday” has turned the vaults of Fervor Records for authentic sounds of the era. Heard in Episode 108: ”7042″ is Sandy Szigeti’s 1966 classic “Make Believe World,” and from 1968 “Don’t...
Margaret Lewis: 1939 – 2019

Margaret Lewis: 1939 – 2019

; Margaret Lewis: 1939 – 2019 Fervor Records mourns the loss of BMI Award-winning songwriter, and former Capitol Records recording artist, Margaret Lewis. Her incredible career also included penning hits for Jeannie C. Riley, Johnny Adams, Narvel Felts and...
My Love Lingers On In Riverdale

My Love Lingers On In Riverdale

; My Love Lingers On In Riverdale The CW hit “Riverdale” will feature a quintessential 1940s pop ballad from the expansive vaults of Fervor Records. Heard in Episode 318: “Chapter 53: Jawbreaker” is Peter Sivo’s beautiful 1948 recording “My Love Lingers...
Fervor Enters The Twilight Zone

Fervor Enters The Twilight Zone

; Fervor Enters The Twilight Zone CBS All Access premiered the reboot of the popular TV classic “The Twilight Zone” on April 1st. Heard in Episode 103: “Replay” is the fantastic 1972 Soul rarity “World Of My Own” by the sensational Danny Freeman. Enjoy the...
True Love Blooms For The Peter Blair Big Band

True Love Blooms For The Peter Blair Big Band

; True Love Blooms For The Peter Blair Big Band Hallmark Channel’s new made for TV film “True Love Blooms” airs April 6th. Heard in the movie is the song “What A Day” from longtime Fervor Records recording artist Peter Blair. Don’t miss “True Love Blooms,” and...
Supernatural Has Fervor

Supernatural Has Fervor

; Supernatural Has Fervor The CW hit “Supernatural” will feature more authentic period music from the vaults of Fervor Records. Heard in Episode 1417: “Game Night” is the 1968 Ramco Records single “Maybe Tomorrow” from Country songstress Jackie Stewart....
Fantasy

Fantasy

; Chicago Soul staples The Triplett Twins (Leon and Levi) produced the act Fantasy recording the song “Betsy” in 1975. The Disco-infused opus was an homage to a car lovingly named Betsy. The Triplett Record Corporation pressed a 12” extended play single and shopped...
Tony Stevens Band

Tony Stevens Band

; Brit bassist Tony Stevens has lived the rock and roll life most aspiring musicians can only dream of. Stevens joined Savoy Brown in 1968 and co-authored the band’s Billboard charting 1970 Decca Records LP “Looking In.” By 1971, Stevens had co-founded Foghat,...
Dirk Debonaire

Dirk Debonaire

; In the early 80s, Dirk Debonaire lit up the San Diego party scene. Along with regularly packing area nightclubs, the boys also opened for headliners including Tears For Fears, The Motels and Billy Idol. Their wildly popular 1982 video single, Surf Party, showcased...
Baker DeCocq

Baker DeCocq

; Baker DeCocq formed in the early 80s in Grand Rapids, Michigan. By 1982, Bob DeCocq and Marshell Baker had written enough songs to record the band’s only album “Baker DeCocq and Friends.” The LP was an eclectic mix of Southern Rock and Country which found release on...
Doom Patrol, Only In My Dreams

Doom Patrol, Only In My Dreams

; Doom Patrol, Only In My Dreams On February 15th VOD provider DC Universe premiered “Doom Patrol,” a series is based on the DC Comics superhero team of the same name. Heard in episode 107 is teen idol Frank FaFara’s 1960 MCI Records single “Only In My Dreams.”...

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