The Revenants Enter Bellevue

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From our Canadian friends, be sure to check out The CBC’s new crime drama “Bellevue.” Appearing in episode 106 is “Cold Winter’s Night,” a song from Bruce Connole’s 1990’s Alt-Country outfit The Revenants. Click for a sneak peak of episode 106 which airs March 27th, and enjoy “Cold Winter’s Night” off of The Revenants’ Fervor Records’ release “Black Cadillacs” available via AppleAmazonSpotify and beyond.
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Grace and Frankie Have Fervor

The Souls, The Essentials 1966-1969, Fervor RecordsNGrace and Frankie x150etflix rolls out Season 3 of the Jane Fonda/Lily Tomlin hit “Grace And Frankie” on Friday March 24th. Fervor Records is pleased to have a pair of period classics in the mix for this edgy comedy. Diana Duval’s sexy 1985 R&B ballad “Tell Me” appears in Episode 306, and The Souls 1967 Psychedelic masterpiece “Listen Now” appears in Episode 312. Start binge watching “Grace And Frankie” tonight, and experience The Souls across AppleAmazonSpotify and beyond!

 

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The Most Hated Woman In America finds Fervor

The Most Hated Woman In America x150revenants-x150Fervor Records is thrilled to announce the inclusion of two of our favorites in the Netflix original film “The Most Hated Woman In America.” Starring Melissa Leo as the legendary Madalyn Murray O’Hair, the famed atheist who challenged the Supreme Court, the film bowed at 2017’s SXSW to rave reviews. Featured in the film are the songs “I Love To Ride” by Michael Ballew, and “Suicide King” by The Revenants. These classics can be heard in the film, which begins streaming on March 24th. Click the link above to check out “Suicide King” – and start streaming “The Most Hated Woman in America” this Friday on Netflix!

 

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Power Rangers Have Birmingham Valley Blues

power rangers x150 Margaret Lewis x150Lionsgate is rolling out the the reboot of superhero franchise “Power Rangers” on March 24th! The film stars Elizabeth Banks, Bryan Cranston, Dacre Montgomery, and YouTube celeb Becky G. In need of some of authentic period music, Lionsgate tapped the extensive vaults of Fervor Records for a mid-century classic. Appearing in the film is the 1960 Ram Records single “Birmingham Valley Blues” by Margaret Lewis with Grace Tennessee. Catch all the action of the new “Power Rangers” at a theater near you, and just like Becky G., you can enjoy Margaret Lewis with Grace Tennessee on YouTube!

 

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Let’s All Get Together for Ivy and Julie

martie-echito-x150christopher-blue-x150Streaming now on Amazon Video, “An American Girl Story – Ivy & Julie 1976: A Happy Balance” features two classics from the Fervor catalog, “Let’s All Get Together” by Martie Echito from 1971 along with 1970’s “Happy Just To Be Alive” by Christopher Blue. These two feel-good tunes help paint a portraitAmerican Girl 2 of 1976 San Francisco, with a story following the trials and tribulations of the titular characters, Ivy and Julie. Hit the links above to be transported to the groovy sounds of 1970s America – and check out “An American Girl Story – Ivy & Julie 1976: A Happy Balance” streaming now on Amazon Video!

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