Aquarius Is Filled With Fervor

NBC’s highly anticipated period drama Aquarius will roll out an unprecedented 13 episodes online on May 28th. 1967’s Summer Of Love sets the backdrop for the Charles Manson based thriller starring David Duchovny.  Aquarius turned to Fervor Records to help fulfill the...

Up Close & Personal With Dick Flood

 From network TV series and major label record deals to hit songwriter and Hall Of Fame inductee, Dick Flood has done it all. However, none of these amazing accomplishments would have been possible without Mr. Flood picking up his guitar and starting to sing....

Fayuca Announces Summer Tour

Fervor’s Latin powerhouse Fayuca has announced their 2015 Summer Tour, La Musica Unites! The band will hit 20 cities across the western US with California natives True Press and Ease Up joining the bill. Keep track of the boys busy schedule here.

Spring’s Coming Pretty Soon for Mad Men

 As the iconic period drama Mad Men draws to a close, the series has once again turned to Fervor Records for some vintage vinyl. Crooner Connie Conway’s lovely 1956 ballad Spring’s Coming Pretty Soon, along with The Morrie Morrison Orchestra’s 1941 toe tapper I...

Fayuca Ignites Cinco De Mayo

 Fayuca is set to light up the Cinco De Mayo Phoenix Festival 2015. The band joins the likes of Sir Mix-A-Lot and Ginuwine on the Main Stage in downtown Phoenix on May 2nd. Grab your tickets here.

New CooBee Coo Vid Debuts on Roxwel

 The boys of CooBee Coo further demonstrate how their mad creative skills translate to video in their quirky treatment for their debut Fervor Records music video. The clever indie outfit brilliantly utilizes their Arizona backyard to illustrate the elegance of their...

Up On The Sun Talks CooBee Coo

New Times Weekly columnist Mitchell Hillman names 5 must hear songs by Phoenix artists. CooBee Coo makes the list with Grin On My Face from their sophomore Fervor Records’ release Liven Up. Check it out on the NTW blog Up On The Sun.

Red Road Has Fervor

SundanceTV’s new scripted drama The Red Road has hit up Fervor for two mid-century Pop tunes. Bob Kelly’s One Little Kiss Will Do It from 1960, and Connie Conway’s Who Do You Suppose from 1956. Both songs are being performed live on camera by a studio band covering...

Unsung Heroes of Southern Rock

Fervor Records’ never-ending pilgrimage to yesteryear has yielded some choice Southern Rock opuses straight out of the 1970s. Explore the heyday of the genre with a few of the lesser known stars of the era. This is your chance to get to know the bands that truly...

Fervor Ends Up In The Driftless Area

Debuting at NYC’s Tribeca Film Fest is director Zachary Sluser’s neo-noir dark romantic drama-comedy The Driftless Area. The film stars Zooey Deschanel and Aubrey Plaza. Also in on the action is Fervor Records, who lent some classic mid-century Country singles to the...

The Wannabe & Fervor Hit Tribeca

Mob thriller The Wannabe, starring Patricia Arquette, Michael Imperioli and Doug E. Doug, debuts at the Tribeca Film Festival this week. The Wannabe scrounged through Fervor’s stash of vintage vinyl and kept these greats to stick in the film: Mike Murray’s 1962 moody...

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