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Zellots

Zellots

; Zellots   Zellots were originally founded in in late 1970s, in Vancouver, BC, as an all female Punk band. The original lineup broke up only to be re-formed by bassist Jane Colligan and guitarist Christine deVeber in London, Ontario in 1980. Jane and Christine... read more
Steve Vaus

Steve Vaus

; Steve Vaus   Steve Vaus is America’s only Grammy Award winning mayor with a unique musical career spanning over three decades. Prior to being elected mayor of Poway, California, Steve was an active member of the Southern California arts community. In 1985,... read more
RED

RED

; RED   Across both decades and continents, Fervor Records is proud to have unearthed a time capsule of pure London Power Pop from 1998. RED was was the brainchild of John Kwiecinski, Julian Emery, and Tim Goodyer. The band laid down these tracks after gigging... read more
Hans Olson In Chicago Fire

Hans Olson In Chicago Fire

NBC ratings juggernaut “Chicago Fire” features 3 songs, from 2 Fervor Records artists, in Episode 607: “A Man’s Legacy.”

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Nicoteen

Nicoteen

The hard rocking Z-Cars (pronounced Zed-Cars) blew up on the sensational South Florida club scene in the late 1970s.

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Z-Cars

Z-Cars

; Z-Cars   The hard rocking Z-Cars (pronounced Zed-Cars) blew up on the sensational South Florida club scene in the late 1970s. The band’s straight ahead, no-nonsense brand of Rock n’ Roll was heavily influenced by bands like The Who, AC/DC, and T-Rex. Z-Cars... read more
SMILF, Yea Yea Baby

SMILF, Yea Yea Baby

Showtime’s “SMILF” wraps up 2017 with Episode 108: “Mark’s Lunch & Two Cups of Coffee.” Featured in the show is hit songwriter, and Capitol Records recording artist, Margaret Lewis with her 1965 recording “Yea Yea Baby.” Don’t miss “SMILF” on New Year’s Eve, and look for “Yea Yea Baby” on an upcoming Fervor Records re-issue!

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