CooBee Coo Tops Phoenix 2015 Best Of’s

  CooBee Coo has landed on two Phoenix New Times best of lists for 2015 from NTW music critic Mitchell Hillman. The band’s Fervor Records’ release Liven Up was named in The Top 25 Best Albums by Phoenix Bands in 2015. Also, their tune Grin On My Face landed on The 50...

Chicago Fire Experiences Sour Days

 NBC hit drama Chicago Fire has returned to Fervor Records and grabbed another standout track from CooBee Coo. The indie sensation’s tune Sour Days appears in episode 4008 of the NBC hit. Check out CooBee Coo on iTunes and/or Spotify.

London’s CMU Thrilled In 2015

      International music news service CMU is calling out the industry PR machine. Editor Andy Malt is not amused by the over exuberance of execs announcing their new deals with the trite, predictable term of “thrilled”. Calling out dozens of offenders...

Chicago Fire, Let’s Rock & Roll!

Fervor Records’ mtvU indie sensation CooBee Coo has landed in NBC drama Chicago Fire. The band’s raucous party anthem Let’s Rock & Roll, from their Fervor release Liven Up, appears in episode 4006. Enjoy Chicago Fire on NBC or Hulu and experience CooBee Coo...

Childhood’s End Finds Hippy Ti Yo

SyFy miniseries Childhood’s End dug deep into the vaults of Fervor Records for a vintage rarity. Bobby Page and the Riff Raffs’ Cajun infused recording of Hippy Ti Yo was originally released on RAM Records in 1958, the song appears in night 3 of the SyFy...

Phoenix Blues Legend Turns Up In Chicago Fire

Big Pete Pearson, known as Arizona’a King of the Blues, is featured in NBC’s hit franchise Chicago Fire. Big Pete’s track Too Much Trouble, from his Fervor Records release Steppin’ Out, appears in episode 4005. Don’t miss Chicago Fire on NBC and Hulu and check out the...

The Good Wife Has Got That Feeling

Two Fervor Records’ vintage R&B classics are included in episode 144 of the CBS drama The Good Wife. 1970’s Got That Feeling by Harry Krapsho and 1959’s I Found Out by Dave Moore. Be on the lookout as both songs will be featured on upcoming Fervor Records releases...

The Triplett Twins Get Transparent

 Fervor Records’ Chicago Soul sensations The Triplett Twins have found themselves sandwiched between Cate Le Bon and The Indigo Girls. The Amazon Music Experts picked the duo’s 1970 single Pretty Please to showcase on the Season 2 Transparent Playlist. Head to...

Amazon’s Transparent Drops Today!

Amazon rolls out season 2 of Transparent and has brought Fervor Records in on the action. The show features a couple choice tracks from the 1970s culled from the Fervor vaults. Appearing in episode 201 is Pretty Please by The Triplett Twins, and in episode 210 is...

Satisfaction, What Happened To Our Love

USA Networks’s drama Satisfaction is asking the musical question What Happened To Our Love? Fervor Records helped out by providing a song of the same name for episode 2006. What Happened To Our Love, by velvety smooth crooner Connie Conway, was recorded in 1956 but is...

Scorpion Will Let Me Feel It

CBS drama Scorpion has licensed the 1959 Ram Records Rhythm & Blues single Let Me Feel It by Elgie Brown. Fervor Records now offers up a slew of recordings from the popular Shreveport, Louisiana label that were released throughout the 1950s and 60s. Catch episode...

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