“It’s hard to believe it has been twenty five years since Craig Erickson’s fabulous breakout blues-rock album, Roadhouse Stomp hit the shelves. His latest, All the Way is an exquisite ten track shot of serious guitar-centric rock and roll featuring the great Jeff Martin (Badlands, Racer X, Blindside Blues Band, Michael Schenker, Dokken) on drums.”
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Showtime’s “I’m Dying Up Here” will feature two songs from early 1970s rockers Lenny Mack Band. Episode 107: “My Rifle, My Pony and Me” features “Step Outta Line” and “Rock And Roll Fever.” Catch “I’m Dying Up Here” July 16th and enjoy the above mentioned songs on Lenny Mack Band’s Fervor Records release “Rock And Roll Fever” on Apple, Amazon, Spotify and all other digital platforms!
Experience the brilliant original 1970s recordings of Folk troubadour Tom Martin on “Borrowed Time.”
Renown 1960s underground icons The Fly-Bi-Nites will be heard in the new SyFy series “Blood Drive.” Episode 105: “The F*cking Dead” will feature the band’s 1967 Garage Rock classic “Found Love.” The song was originally released on Tiffany Records but has found a home at Fervor Records, where it continues to be one of the label’s top licensed songs. Catch “Blood Drive” July 12th on SyFy and experience “Found Love” on the Fervor Records release “Cult Hits: Psychedelic” available across Apple, Amazon, Spotify
“Ramsey is – without a doubt – a big player in this generation of gorgeous, robust, crackling sound that brings with it beauty in its imperfections.”
“Floyd Ramsey might not be a household name, but he’s far from a historical footnote. The first hit produced in his Audio Recorders of Arizona studio was Sanford Clark’s ‘The Fool,’ but it’s his connection to guitar-wielding instrumentalist Duane Eddy, including his smash ‘Rebel Rouser,’ that will secure Ramsey’s name in the annals of 20th century popular music. Additionally, he owned the record labels Liberty Bell, MCI, Rev, and Ramco, small but solvent branches of an enterprise outlined below.”
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