Life in The Pills

Life in The Pills

Life in The Pills   Brian Smith We really wanted to be Johnny Thunders and the Heartbreakers (and the New York Dolls). In fact, our version of their “All By Myself” mimicked the version found on Live at Max’s, complete with the between-song chatter with the audience....
Do Whatcha Feel in Slice

Do Whatcha Feel in Slice

; Do Whatcha Feel in Slice Chance the Rapper and Zazie Beetz star in the new horror-comedy “Slice.” Also appearing in the film is the 1982 classic “Do Whatcha Feel” by hit songwriter, and former Chrysalis Records recording artist, Len Boone. Catch Slice at...
CooBee Coo, Shameless

CooBee Coo, Shameless

; CooBee Coo, Shameless Indie duo CooBee Coo has landed in the season premiere of the Showtime hit “Shameless.” Their song “The Things Above,” from their “Melodies From The Farm” LP, appears in Episode 901: “Are you There, Shim? It’s Me, Ian.” Don’t...
Fervor in Season Opener of The Deuce

Fervor in Season Opener of The Deuce

; Fervor in Season Opener of The Deuce HBO premieres Season 2 of “The Deuce” on September 9th. Episode 201 “Our Raison d’Être” features three 1970s classics from Fervor Records including; “Hold On” by Terry Weiss, “The Devil Woman” by Just Water, and “Take...
Get Shorty Finds Love is a Fortune

Get Shorty Finds Love is a Fortune

Get Shorty Finds Love is a Fortune   Singer, hit songwriter, and recording artist Margaret Lewis can be heard in the EPIX comedy “Get Shorty.” Episode 206: “Unlimited (Limited)” airs September 9th and features Margaret’s 1960 Ram Records single “Love Is A...
Wynonna Earp Has Fervor

Wynonna Earp Has Fervor

; Wynonna Earp Has Fervor SyFy hit “Wynonna Earp” has once again turned to Fervor Records for the authentic sound of the 1960s. Season 3 opener, Episode 301: “Blood Red And Going Down” featured the 1969 Margaret Lewis recording “Darkness...
Fervor Represents at TIFF

Fervor Represents at TIFF

Fervor Represents at TIFF   The world of cinema heads to Toronto September 6th for the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF). Fervor Records is pleased to have music in 7 films premiering at the prestigious international event. 23 recordings, from the vaults of...
Slyder

Slyder

; Slyder dominated the Florida Rock scene from 1977 through 1984. That was back in the day when Johnny Depp’s band, The Kids shared the same circuit. Founded by singer/songwriter Billy Livesay (Clarence Clemmons, Foghat), Slyder recorded prolifically between touring...

Glass Heroes

; Glass Heroes Glass Heroes are the self-proclaimed longest running Punk band in Phoenix. Led by frontman Keith Jackson (The Rogues, Shock Therapy), guitarist Steve Shelton and bassist Steve Davis (U.S. Bombs), the band has played every dive bar and shit hole across...
The Mears Brothers

The Mears Brothers

; The Mears Brothers Tommy, Jim & John Mears have been writing and performing together since they were young boys growing up in Racine, Wisconsin. The brothers spent years lighting up crowds and dance floors across the US on tour with their stellar Country act....
Freebridge

Freebridge

; Freebridge Hailing from Austin, TX, Freebridge epitomized the Jam-Band/Roots Rock sound of the late 90s. Freebridge built a loyal fanbase by playing all the right watering holes, including Flamingo Cantina, The Mercury, and Lucy’s Retired Surfers Bar, where...
The Spiffs

The Spiffs

; The Spiffs The Spiffs exploded onto the burgeoning Phoenix, AZ Punk scene in 1979. Formed by singer/songwriter, Glenn De Jongh, the band also featured drummer Steve Golladay and guitarist Don Doiron. The Spiffs quickly gained notoriety for their wild antics both on...
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