I’m Dying Up Here, Floating on a Cloud

I’m Dying Up Here, Floating on a Cloud

; I’m Dying Up Here, Floating on a Cloud More greats from Fervor Records’ amazing stash of 1970’s vinyl are featured in Showtime’s “I’m Dying Up Here.” Appearing in Episode 207: “Call Me A Ham,” is the 1972 Blue Ram Records single “Floating On A Cloud” by...
Pretty Please, Set It Up

Pretty Please, Set It Up

; Pretty Please, Set It Up Zoey Deutch, Glen Powell, Lucy Liu, and Taye Diggs form an all-star ensemble in the new Netflix romantic comedy “Set It Up.” Also featured in the film are two throwback jams from Fervor Records. The Triplett Twins’ 1970 Thomas Records single...
Colony Has Heart Attack

Colony Has Heart Attack

Colony Has Heart Attack   In 1966 singer, guitarist, composer, producer, and Billboard chart-topper Donnie Owens released “Heart Attack” on Ramco Records. Billboard spotlighted the record, predicting Donnie would repeat his previous chart success and the song would...
I’m Dying Up Here has Whole Lotta Your Love

I’m Dying Up Here has Whole Lotta Your Love

I’m Dying Up Here has Whole Lotta Your Love   Lee Hurst’s 1973 A&M Records single “Whole Lotta Your Love” will appear in Showtime’s “I’m Dying Up Here.” Mr. Hurst’s R&B classic is featured in Episode 206: “Between Us” and airs June 10th....
Dan Darrah

Dan Darrah

; Dan Darrah Chicago’s Dan Darrah’s heartfelt vocals, well crafted songs and laid-back, rootsy delivery has been winning fans across the heartland since the late 1990s. The talented singer/songwriter has shared the stage with The Wallflowers, 10,000 Maniacs,...
David Hardin

David Hardin

; David Hardin David Hardin learned about the hardships and triumphs of life growing up between the Ohio River Basin of Warsaw, Kentucky and the Appalachian Foothills of Union, Ohio. The region’s rich musical heritage served as inspiration in forging Hardin’s...
John Gray Band

John Gray Band

; John Gray Band Hailing from Brooklyn, New York, experimental Jazz trio John Gray Band was a cult favorite on the East Coast Jazz scene. Brothers John and Ben Gray come from an extremely musical family, as their father, Jack, is an esteemed musician and composer in...
The Rogues

The Rogues

; The Rogues Founded by guitarist Keith Jackson (Shock Therapy, Glass Heroes), The Rogues rose to prominence via Detroit’s gritty, underground music scene of the 1980s. Detroit label, Force Majeure Records, was quick to sign the band. Soon after, infamous German Punk...
Buck Storm

Buck Storm

; Buck Storm In 1998, an eclectic group of Santa Barbara musicians joined Yuma, Arizona singer/songwriter Buck Storm and stepped into the California music scene. Buck and the band pulled from California’s early country-rock roots to forge their own distinct brand of...
Younger Finds Mail Order Brides

Younger Finds Mail Order Brides


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; Younger Finds Mail Order Brides Season 5 of the TV Land hit “Younger” premieres June 5th. Heard in episode 501, the season opener, is “Bad Bad Bad” from Garage Rock revivalists Mail Order Brides. Don’t miss “Younger,” and experience the Mail Order Brides on their...
Patrick Welch

Patrick Welch

; Patrick Welch Reverend Patrick Welch has been playing music since he was a small child. Patrick began on his father’s banjo before ultimately purchasing his own guitar – a prized Kay F hole. Soon after, he started a band called “Others Brothers,” taking cues...
This Time I’m Dying Up Here

This Time I’m Dying Up Here

This Time I’m Dying Up Here In 1958 Bobby Page & The Riff-Raffs lit up Shreveport, Louisiana with their infectious brand of Rock N’ Roll. Sixty years later Fervor Records is making sure the band is still resonating. Showtime’s hit series “I’m Dying Up...
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