Murder In The First Finds 60s Soul In Phoenix

TNT mystery crime drama “Murder In The First” has turned to Fervor Records for some authentic 1960s Soul. Phoenix-based Ramco Records released Lon Rogers’ enthusiastic “Too Good To Be True” in 1968. The song has found a home at Fervor Records along with the label’s...

Christopher Blue – Happy Just To Be Alive

In 1970 singer/songwriter/producer Doug Davis inked a deal with Floyd Ramsey’s Phoenix, AZ based Ramco Records. Doug’s band Christopher Blue quickly churned out their first single; “Happy Just To Be Alive” b/w “You’ve Got What I Like.” The success of their debut...

Bill Gordon Trio Lands in Little Men

Greg Kinnear stars in the new Magnolia Pictures film “Little Men.” The highly praised family drama premiered at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival, and has continued to make the rounds at top domestic and international festivals throughout the year. Accomplished Jazz...

Waylens Hits the Road with Fervor

High performance camera company Waylens invites you to “discover the thrill of driving” with their beautifully crafted, state-of-the-art camera system. The dash mounted camera allows drivers to easily capture, edit, and share interesting moments, right...

Preacher Continues with Fervor’s Vintage Vinyl

AMC’s adaption of Vertigo Comics “Preacher” continues forging its musical identity with more rarities from Fervor Records. Episode 109: “Call and Response” features 3 Country singles, from 3 labels, from 3 decades including the 1957 Clif Records single “Honey Won’t...

Survivor’s Remorse Finds Fervor Soul

Starz comedy “Survivor’s Remorse” has licensed a 1960s Soul classic from Fervor Records. Lon Rogers & The Soul Blenders 1968 Ramco Records single “My Girl’s A Soul Girl” opens Episode 303: “The Thank You Note.” The episode airs 07.31.16 with Lon and...

Fervor Lands “Tallulah” Main Title Theme

Fervor Records is thrilled to provide the main title theme to the acclaimed indie film “Tallulah.” Ellen Page and Allison Janney star in the dramedy, following a dissatisfied Beverly Hills housewife desperate to be rid of her toddler. The production aptly chose the...

Preacher To Feature Drifting Home To You

The incredible voice of Mr. Bob Cox is featured in this week’s episode of Preacher on AMC. Bob’s 1959 recording “Drifting Home To You,“ as well as Bobby Page & the Riff Raffs’ 1962 single “Tired Of Hanging Around” can be heard in Episode 108: “Finish the Song.“  A...

Preacher Has No More Games To Play

AMC’s new Sunday night hit “Preacher” continues with an insatiable appetite for Fervor Records’ stockpile of vintage classics. Featured in Episode 107: “El Valero,“ is Ernest Walker’s 1960 Ram Records release “Lovers Land,”  Donna Lee Stokes’ 1979 no...

Red Johnson Outcast

New Cinemax horror drama “Outcast” will feature a mid-century Country rarity from the Fervor archives. “Anything But Me” by Red Johnson was originally released on the Hep label in 1966. Much of Mr. Johnson’s work from the era now resides at Fervor Records. “Anything...

70s Rockers City Kids Fire Away

In the mid 1970s bassist Mike Kunes and keyboardist Mike Korte found their way to Phoenix, AZ by way of Texas and Los Angeles. Already seasoned live and studio players, the duo added drummer Keith Rosenbaum and guitarist Bruce Herring to form the hard rocking quartet...

Aquarius Features More Vintage Fervor

1960s crime drama Aquarius has reached out to Fervor Records for more authentic vintage classics. Episode 207: “Piggies” features 4 songs from the era including 1960’s “One Little Kiss Will Do It” by Bob Kelly, and three from 1967 including “Got To Give...

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