Kill Your TV

Kill Your TV

; Kill Your TV   Photo Bio First bands are tough, right? Kill Your TV was a punk rock band from the east side of Phoenix, Gilbert, Arizona, to be exact, who wanted to be blacker than Black Flag, sexier than the Sex Pistols, and more alive than the Dead Kennedys....
Resident Alien Has The Right Stuff

Resident Alien Has The Right Stuff

; Resident Alien Has The Right Stuff SyFy Network’s sci-fi comedy-drama “Resident Alien” is back for Season 2! Heard in Episode 202: “The Wire” are two classics from Fervor Records including Ross Watson’s 1969 Psych-Country ballad “Don’t Be Looking...
Pam & Tommy & Carl Coccomo

Pam & Tommy & Carl Coccomo

; Pam & Tommy & Carl Coccomo HULU’s new biographical drama “Pam & Tommy” is now streaming! Featured in Episode 102 is the lush romantic masterpiece “Just Love Me” from Carl Coccomo’s 1952 LP “Double Exposure.” Don’t miss “Pam & Tommy” February 2nd,...
The Escorts

The Escorts

; The Escorts   Photo Bio The Disco-infused Soul sound of The Escorts came from humble beginnings. Formed in Rahway State Prison in New Jersey in 1970, The Escorts rode songs like “Make Me Over” and “Heart of Gold” and charting albums like All We Need Is Another...
California English

California English

; California English   Photo Bio In 1974 Englishman Stephen Vaughan was looking for a job in Los Angeles when he met Californian Steven Vaus, who worked for an employment agency. The two quickly discovered they had plenty in common as aspiring singer/songwriters...
Jim Vining

Jim Vining

; Jim Vining   Photo Bio Jim Vining’s solo work is a must for fans of great songwriting, straightforward storytelling, and captivating melodies. If Gordon Lightfoot and Hoyt Axton had a keyboard whiz for a spiritual son, it would be Jim Vining. The singing...
The Righteous Gemstones, It’s A Shame

The Righteous Gemstones, It’s A Shame

; The Righteous Gemstones, It’s A Shame HBO’s award winning comedy “The Righteous Gemstones” has returned to Fervor Records for another period classic. Heard in Episode 205: “Interlude II” is Arizona songstress Gigi Dixon’s 1990 Country ballad...
Long Way Up For Young Sheldon

Long Way Up For Young Sheldon

; Long Way Up For Young Sheldon Two more classics from Fervor Records appear in the CBS hit comedy “Young Sheldon.” Heard in Episode 513: “A Lot of Band-Aids and the Cooper Surrender” is Marie Sparrow’s 1989 Pop jam “Brand New Me,” and 1987’s “Long Way Up”...
Sonrise

Sonrise

; Sonrise   Photo Bio Gentle, Country Rock songs about the Lord with a touch of Dire Straits in the mix set Sonrise apart from many 1980s contemporary Christian artists. The group formed in Springfield, Massachusetts in the early 80s and centered around...
Grand Crew Has Fervor

Grand Crew Has Fervor

; Grand Crew Has Fervor A lovely Easy Listening classic from Fervor Records appears in the new NBC sitcom “Grand Crew.” Heard in Episode 105: “Wine And Hip Hop” is Barry Schleifer’s ever popular “Returns & Exchanges.” Stream “Grand Crew” on Hulu, then get...
Fervor x 3 In The Righteous Gemstones

Fervor x 3 In The Righteous Gemstones

; Fervor x 3 In The Righteous Gemstones Three more songs from Fervor Records will appear in the HBO hit “The Righteous Gemstones.” Heard in Episode 204: “As To How They Might Destroy Him” is Geoff Grace’s 1986 jam “Hand That’s Free,” “Candy Cane...
Somebody Somewhere Continues With Fervor

Somebody Somewhere Continues With Fervor

; Somebody Somewhere Continues With Fervor The new HBO Max comedy “Somebody Somewhere” has returned to Fervor Records for another period classic. Heard in Episode 102 is Dan Darrah’s 1999 recording “Jungle Gym Literature.” Don’t miss “Somebody Somewhere” January 23rd,...

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