Showtime drama “Billions” will feature a classic recording from the late great singer, songwriter, arranger, producer, and multi-instrumentalist Connie Conway. Connie’s velvety smooth vocals are featured in his 1956 recording “Sidney.” Catch Connie Conway on “Billions,” Episode 304: “Hell of a Ride,” on April 15th, and enjoy the music of Connie Conway on the Fervor Records release “The Very Best of Connie Conway Volume 1,” available across Apple, Amazon, Spotify
FOX comedy “The Mick” will feature a 90s classic from the vaults of Fervor Records. Heard in Episode 220: “The Graduate” is Diana Lee’s 1994 recording “It’s So Obvious.” Catch “The Mick” April 3rd, and look for an upcoming Fervor Records re-issue featuring Diana Lee!
Zoey Deutch and Kathryn Hahn star in the Max Winkler comedy “Flower.” Also appearing in the film are 3 classics from the vaults of Fervor Records. From 1979, Bob McGilpin’s “Daydream” and “Lookin’ To Fall In Love” by Bill Burgess, from 1984 is “Since I Met You” by Infatuation. Catch “Flower” at a theater near you and click the song titles to enjoy on Spotify!
In 1975 Mariachi singer/songwriter Chilo Escobedo journeyed from Phoenix, AZ to Mexico City. Chilo had sessions booked at EMI Studios to record his songs with the world renown ensemble Mariachi Vargas. The result was the album “Sus Voz Y Sus Canciones.” EMI pressed the LP and Mr. Escobedo headed back to Phoenix with his masterpiece in hand. 43 years later the award winning FX series “The Americans” will feature “Quiñce Años” from Mr. Escobedo’s 1975 release. Don’t miss Episode 601: “Dead Hand” on March 28th, and enjoy Chilo Escobedo’s “Sus Voz Y Sus Canciones” across Apple, Amazon, Spotify
Hulu original miniseries “The Looming Tower” has returned to Fervor Records for more authentic sounds of the 1990s. Heard in Episode 106: “Boys At War” is “PS” by the Austin based quintet Freebridge. Stream episode 106 of “The Looming Tower” March 21st on Hulu, and head to Amazon to snatch up a rare CD of the band’s 1999 release “Analog Towne.” Also, be on the lookout for the upcoming Fervor Records re-issue of “Analog Towne” across the digital universe.
FOX hit “Lucifer” has returned to the Fervor Records cache of period greats for Episode 318: “The Last Heartbreak.” Both Joe Montgomery’s 1957 Liberty Bell single “Since You Fell In Love,” and Gary Trexler’s 1957 Rev Records single “Cloud Full of Tears” are featured in the hugely popular series. Don’t miss “Lucifer” March 19th, and enjoy both songs on the Fervor Records release “Cult Hits of The 1950s Vol. 1,” available across Apple, Amazon, Spotify