Nashville Country outfit The Mears Brothers can be heard in “The Big Bang Theory” spin off “Young Sheldon.” The boys’ 1986 recording “Thanks to Me” will appear in Episode 108 airing December 13th on CBS. Enjoy The Mears Brothers on their Fervor Records release “Sweet Tea & Dandelions” available across Apple, Amazon, Spotify
In 2011 Fervor Records unearthed a goldmine of previously unreleased funky R&B recordings from 1973. The songs are from the 7 piece horn band Fat City. Back in the day Fat City was crisscrossing North America packing clubs with their high voltage live show. In 1973 the boys came home to Phoenix, AZ to record 12 songs at the legendary Audio Recorders of Arizona. Incredibly, the album never found release. 38 years later Fervor Records was ecstatic when they heard the record and quickly set out to change the destiny of Fat City. The label is now perpetuating the band’s well deserved legacy with placements in film, television, and release across all platforms. This week Fat City’s “Baby Oh Baby” will appear in the Showtime hit “Shameless.” Enjoy Episode 308: “Frank’s Northern Southern Express” on December 10th, and experience Fat City on their Fervor Records release “Ain’t No Time For Stoppin’” across Apple, Amazon, Spotify
Jessica Alba, Luke Grimes, and Tim Allen star in the new Netflix film “El Camino Christmas.” Also appearing in the comedy is the 1996 recording “Suicide King” by Bruce Connole’s Alt Country outfit The Revenants (ironically also know as The Suicide Kings). The streaming behemoth premieres “El Camino Christmas” on December 9th for your holiday binge watching pleasure. “Suicide King” is available on The Revenants’ Fervor Records release “Black Cadillacs” available across Apple, Amazon, Spotify & beyond!
FOX hit “Lucifer” has turned to Fervor Records for the classic sound of the Rat Pack era. Episode 309: “The Sinnerman” features the 1968 recording “There She Is” from acclaimed crooner Johnny Amoroso. Mr. Amoroso is well known for his performances with Bing Crosby, The Tommy Dorsey Orchestra, and his recordings on MGM, RCA Victor, Decca, and Polydor. Watch “Lucifer” December 4th, and enjoy Johnny Amoroso on the Fervor Records release “Cult Crooner Classics” available across Apple, Amazon, Spotify
Fervor Records is proud to announce the release of “Sweet Karma” – a time capsule of the 1997 San Francisco Rock scene by IF WALLS COULD TALK. Staples at such legendary venues as Slim’s, Paradise Lounge, and the Mystic Theatre, IWCT made a name for themselves with intense live performances, self-produced indie videos, and songs dripping with passion and energy. Garnering praise from the cult zine “BAM! Magazine,” their impact was felt throughout the West Coast. “Sweet Karma” drops December 1st, 2017 on Fervor Records.
Saban Films premieres director Brian Smrz new action-thriller “24 Hours To Live” December 1st, 2017. The film stars Ethan Hawke, Paul Anderson and Rutger Hauer. Also making an appearance in the film is the song “Baby Child,” from Fervor Records recording artist CooBee Coo. Catch “24 Hours To Live” at a theater near you, and experience “Baby Child” on CooBee Coo’s Fervor release “Liven Up” available across Apple, Amazon, Spotify