Bopert Davidson and his Combo-Nation

Bopert Davidson and his Combo-Nation

; Bopert Davidson and his Combo-Nation   Prolific guitarist/composer Robert “Bopert” Davidson was a staple on the NYC Jazz scene throughout the 70s and 80s. He gigged with such luminaries as Charles “CP” Roth, and Glenn McCellend (of Ween fame), and recorded at the...
isotopes

isotopes

; isotopes   On January 26th, 1994 Scottsdale, AZ based Alt/Pop quartet isotopes released their debut EP “Separated by Shadows” on Life City Records. The release was a stark contrast to the Grunge sound dominating the Rock scene. The band also didn’t fall into...

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Diana Duval

Diana Duval

; Diana Duval   Florida’s Diana Duval laid down a handful of brilliant R&B jams in the mid 1980s. Her impeccable sultry delivery epitomizes the timeless R&B sound of the era. Fervor Records is pleased to re-introdcue Ms. Duval’s amazing...
Zellots

Zellots

; Zellots   Zellots were originally founded in in late 1970s, in Vancouver, BC, as an all female Punk band. The original lineup broke up only to be re-formed by bassist Jane Colligan and guitarist Christine deVeber in London, Ontario in 1980. Jane and Christine added...
Steve Vaus

Steve Vaus

; Steve Vaus   Steve Vaus is America’s only Grammy Award winning mayor with a unique musical career spanning over three decades. Prior to being elected mayor of Poway, California, Steve was an active member of the Southern California arts community. In 1985, legendary...
RED

RED

; RED   Across both decades and continents, Fervor Records is proud to have unearthed a time capsule of pure London Power Pop from 1998. RED was was the brainchild of John Kwiecinski, Julian Emery, and Tim Goodyer. The band laid down these tracks after gigging...
Z-Cars

Z-Cars

; Z-Cars   Fronted by the late Peter Patrick and Christopher Bacon, Z-Cars (pronounced Zed-Cars) were well known for bringing their heavy British Rock sound, and stage antics, to the South Florida music scene. Taking their moniker from a British television show of the...

Frank Fafara

; Frank Fafara   Coming of age during the exciting and optimistic 1950’s, Frank Fafara went from picking up the guitar and writing a few songs, to becoming a bona fide Teen Idol in under two years. In 1959, Frank landed an impromptu gig in a high school gymnasium with...

Bright Moments

; Bright Moments   Gene Baynes, the creative force behind Bright Moments, got the music biz bug at 15 when he played trumpet in front of an audience for the first time. Within 60 seconds he made up his mind that music was his destiny. The Pittsburgh native started off...

The Revenants

; The Revenants / Suicide Kings   Bruce Connole’s brilliant songwriting and musicianship transcends genres. A veteran of New Wave/Punk pioneers Billy Clone & The Same, and the driving force behind The Jetzons, The Strand, and Cryptics, it really came as no...
Al Kerbey

Al Kerbey

; Al Kerbey   Singer and keyboardist Al Kerbey’s gig calendar was booked solid as an in-demand musician. He also was a prolific songwriter and producer who showcased his impressive vocal chops by unleashing a steady supply of irresistible Pop ear candy...
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