ABC crime drama “Big Sky” has turned to Fervor Records for some classic 70s Country. Heard in Episode 310: “A Thin Layer of Rock” is Lloyd Conger’s 1972 Last Hawk Records single “Beer Bar Blues.” Catch “Big Sky” December 7th, and experience the music of Lloyd Conger on the Fervor Records release “Beer Bar Blues” available across Apple, Amazon, Spotify and beyond!
Hulu’s new drama “Welcome to Chippendales” will feature more music from Fervor Records’ extensive back catalog of period recordings. Heard in Episode: 104 is 1982’s Pop masterpiece “Passion Princess” by Robby D. feat. Heli Sterner and Len Boone’s 1984 R&B jam “Do Whatcha Feel.” Stream Episode 104 on December 6th, and experience Len Boone on the Fervor Records release “Do Whatcha Feel” across Apple Music, Spotify & beyond!
The Disney+ series “The Mysterious Benedict Society” has turned to Fervor Records for the sound of the 1970s. Heard in Episode 207: “A Joyful Lens” is Bill Burgess’ 1979 recording “Lookin’ To Fall In Love.” Start streaming Season 2 of “The Mysterious Benedict Society” November 30th, and look for “Lookin’ To Fall In Love” on an upcoming Fervor Records release!
Period drama “Welcome To Chippendales” is now streaming on Hulu! Heard in Episode 103 is the 1981 recording “Ooh La La” by Zeus. Catch “Welcome To Chippendales” on November 29th, and experience “Ooh La La” on the Fervor Records release “Zeus Anthology Vol. 2” across Apple Music, Spotify & beyond!
The new AppleTV+ drama “Shantaram” premiered October 14th. The series has turned to Fervor Records for an authentic Soul classic. Heard in Episode 109 is the 1976 WSJ Sounds Records recording “Goodbye My Love” by Jimmy Ross. Stream “Shantaram” November 25th, and experience Jimmy Ross on the Fervor Records release “WSJ Sound Records: New York City Soul” across Apple Music, Amazon Music, Spotify & beyond!
The new Hulu series “Welcome to Chippendales” will feature five classics from Fervor Records. Heard in Episode 102 is 1977’s “Hold On” by Terry Weiss, 1978’s “Bright Moments” by Bright Moments and “High Rollers” by Robby D feat. Heli Sterner, 1979’s “Asexual” by Billy Clone and the Same, and 1982’s “Desire” by Bob McGilpin. Stream “Welcome to Chippendales” on Hulu, and experience these fine artists on Fervor Records across Apple Music, Spotify & beyond!
AppleTV+ rolls out the new black ops thriller “Echo 3” November 23rd. Heard in the series premiere is “Omaha,” the 1970s classic from Phoenix, Arizona Rock band Mantis. Stream “Echo 3” on AppleTV+, and experience Mantis on the Fervor Records release “Rat Race Rock & Roll” across Apple Music, Spotify & beyond!