Fervor Records’ meticulously curated catalog of authentic period recordings continues to be highly regarded in the film industry. Since 2009, the company has contributed literally dozens of songs to films appearing at the prestigious Sundance Film Festival. This year is no exception as Fervor has six songs, featured in four films, in this year’s Sundance event in Park City, Utah. Fervor Records is honored and humbled by the creative community’s continued support.
ABC sitcom “The Mayor” has once again turned to Fervor Records for some vintage classics. Episode 110 “Mama Rose Best” will feature Little Melvin Underwood’s 1958 R&B classic “Little Melvin’s Gonna Move,” along with Peter Sivo’s lovely 1973 instrumental ditty “New Jersey.” Don’t miss “The Mayor” January 9th, and look for both songs on upcoming Fervor Records re-issues!
Canadian sitcom “Workin’ Moms” kicks off Season 2 January 9th. Featured in the season premiere is a 60s Jazz classic from the incomparable Nadine Jansen. “So Goes My Dream” was originally issued on Nadine’s 1964 Jantone Records LP “Ala-Mood.” Fervor Records acquired the entire Jantone catalog and has re-issued “So Goes My Dream” on the critically acclaimed double LP “Mid-Century Sounds: Deep Cuts from the Desert.” Don’t miss “Workin’ Moms” on CBC, and experience the incredible Nadine Jansen on vinyl, Apple, Amazon, and/or Spotify on “Mid-Century Sounds: Deep Cuts from the Desert!”
Twin brothers Floyd & Jerry blew up nationally with their 1966 hit single “Summer Kisses.” The popular duo’s career was cut short when Jerry was drafted. After the Vietnam war, the boys reunited and continued their career. In 1977 they journeyed to Nashville to record “It’s So Easy Now.” 41 years later the Starz legal thriller “The Girlfriend Experience” has licensed the tune for Episode 210 which airs January 7th. “It’s So Easy Now” is available on the Fervor Records release “Cult Hits of the 1970’s, Volume 2” available across Apple, Amazon, Spotify
Sci-fi action-drama “The Lucky Man” premieres in theaters Christmas day. The film features three songs from Fervor Records carefully curated stash of vintage recordings. Featured are Roy Wayne’s 1957 Clif Records single “Honey Won’t You Listen,” Jack’s Four 1960 recording “Dearest One,” and Jim Boyd’s 1963 Take Ten Records single “Don’t Ask For More.” Catch “The Lucky Man” at a theater near you!
NBC ratings juggernaut “Chicago Fire” features 3 songs, from 2 Fervor Records artists, in Episode 607: “A Man’s Legacy.” Renowned Bluesman Hans Olson contributes “The Sun’s Goin’ Down On Me,” and “Full Time Love.” White Heat antes up their 1979 Classic Rock gem “Taxi Dancer.” Click the song titles to enjoy on Spotify!