Rhett Davis

Rhett Davis

; Rhett Davis In the golden age of Nashville, it’s easy to see why Country icons like Chet Atkins, Floyd Cramer and Eddy Arnold took a quick liking to the young, charismatic Canadian Rhett Davis. Armed with a guitar, a few songs and a VW bug, the talented...
Kindred

Kindred

; Kindred Produced by Chuck Negron of Three Dog Night fame, and signed to Warner Bros. Records, Kindred relentlessly toured the country, sharing the stage with iconic acts including Foghat, Bad Company and Savoy Brown. The band’s funky brand of psychedelic rock...
Paul Teneja

Paul Teneja

; Paul Teneja A native of Chicago, singer and multi-instrumentalist Paul Taneja crafts Indie Rock songs stemming from heartfelt longing and vulnerability. Paul separates his music from a pit of rock n’ roll clones by being brutally honest, unable to fake his identity....
Gentlemen Afterdark

Gentlemen Afterdark

; Gentlemen Afterdark Gentlemen Afterdark rose out of Tucson’s The Pills and landed atop the bustling early 80s Phoenix New Wave scene. Native Phoenician Alice Cooper took a shine to the band, and with help from Alice’s producer Dick Wagoner (Lou Reed, Aerosmith,...
Lynn Ready

Lynn Ready

; Lynn Ready Born in Dallas, Texas, Lynn studied voice, dance, guitar, pedal steel, ukulele, and drums from an early age. He got his showbiz start on fellow Texan’s legendary “The Curt Massey Show.” The young Mr. Ready’s undeniable talents landed him in sunny Los...
Shoeshine Boy

Shoeshine Boy

; Shoeshine Boy Hailing from Champaign, Illinois, Shoeshine Boy embodied the quintessential sound of 90’s pop rock. With a focus on strong songwriting and undeniably catchy guitar hooks, the band featured the alluring vocals of Jocelyn Baker along with Paul...
Lloyd Conger

Lloyd Conger

; Lloyd Conger Lloyd Conger’s music embodies not only the era in which it was recorded, but evokes the most fundamental aspects of true Country Music. Drop the needle on his 1972 single “Beer Bar Blues,” and you’re immediately transported to the honky tonk’s of...
VoyagePhoenix Speaks with David Hilker

VoyagePhoenix Speaks with David Hilker

VoyagePhoenix Speaks with David Hilker   Los Angeles based Voyage Media rolled out their flagship publication VoyageLA with great success. The company soon expanded into 6 additional major US markets. VoyagePhoenix spoke with Fervor Records founder and CEO for...
The Americans Find Diamonds and Emeralds

The Americans Find Diamonds and Emeralds

The Americans Find Diamonds and Emeralds   1980s band Interior Castle can be heard in the FX period drama “The Americans.” Episode 608 “The Summit” will feature the band’s Abba-esque “Diamonds And Emeralds.” Don’t miss “The Americans” May 16th, and be on...
Fervor In Stockholm

Fervor In Stockholm

Fervor In Stockholm   Ethan Hawke, Mark Strong and Noomi Rapace star in director Robert Budreau’s new film “Stockholm.” The independent feature premiered at the 2018 Tribeca Film Festival and features six period recordings from Fervor Records. Heard in the crime...
Patrón Finds Fervor Flamenco

Patrón Finds Fervor Flamenco

; Patrón Finds Fervor Flamenco Iconic premium Tequila brand Patrón has turned to Fervor Records for their new product video ad campaign “Patron Core Gran Roca.” The title track from Flamenco guitarist Alberto de Almar’s Fervor Records release “Para Mi Bonita” is...
Fervor Records, I’m Dying Up Here

Fervor Records, I’m Dying Up Here

Fervor Records, I’m Dying Up Here   Showtime’s period comedy-drama “I’m Dying Up Here” has turned to Fervor Records for more era specific classics. Four songs from the label appear in Episode 202: “Plus One.” From 1968 is Jackie Stewart’s “World’s Champion...
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