12 Monkeys Will Keep It Funky With Fervor Records

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SyFy’s post-apocalyptic hit 12 Monkeys has turned to Fervor Records for a serious dose of 70s Funk. Episode 206: “Immortal” showcases this sonic joyride traveling through the 70s with three funky Fervor rarities. The songs include 1973’s “Ain’t No Time For Stoppin’” by Fat City, 1974’s “Keep It Funky” by Bobby Barnes and 1978’s “Bright Moments” by Bright Moments. Tune in to 12 Monkeys on 05.23.16, and experience a Funk junkie’s ultimate fix by clicking the song titles now available from Fervor Records.
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Preacher Premieres With Fervor

Mascot Records Retrospective Vol 2 - thumb sizepreacherTune into AMC’s new supernatural horror drama “Preacher,” debuting May 22nd! The series has turned to Fervor Records in their quest for authentic music of yesteryear. The first episode will feature the 1963 Mascot Records release “Don’t Take Me For Granted” by Nancy Barry. Be sure not to miss the premiere of  on AMC – and be sure to check out Nancy Barry on the Fervor Records release “Mascot Records Retrospective Vol. 2,” available on Amazon, iTunes and Spotify.
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Craig Erickson In Another Chicago Fire

Chicago Fire poster - smallOne Way Ticket_Craig Erickson_smallRenowned guitarist/vocalist/songwriter Craig Erickson has landed another song in the NBC hit Chicago Fire. Episode 423: “Superhero” features Erickson’s “I Was Wrong” from his Fervor Records release, One Way Ticket. Episode 423 aired 05.17.16, and is now available on Hulu. Enjoy “I Was Wrong” on Amazon, iTunes, and/or Spotify.
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The Nice Guys Find East of Midnight

The Nice Guys - small Austin Carter Roundup 3Russel Crowe and Ryan Gosling star in the new Warner Bros. period action comedy The Nice Guys. The film turned to Fervor Records for some authentic 70s tunes and grabbed East of Midnight, an awesome Country Rock anthem, from Austin Carter Roundup. Don’t miss The Nice Guys hitting theaters on May 20th. Enjoy some throwback jams from Austin Carter Roundup on Amazon, iTunes and/or Spotify.

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Fervor Dishes Out More 70s Funk

cover_FatCityFervor Records has unearthed a truly outstanding Funk rarity. The band is Fat City, the brainchild of the incredibly soulful singer, songwriter and saxophonist, Marty Ramirez. In the early 70s Marty took his seven piece Funk powerhouse from Phoenix, AZ and hit the road. The band lit up stages across the US, gigging relentlessly on national club circuits. Fat City’s non-stop touring turned the septet into a funky ass horn band that rivaled the likes of Tower Of Power, and Blood, Sweat & Tears. It didn’t take long for folks in Phoenix to realize these boys needed to be in the studio. In 1973 the band started toiling away, in after-hour sessions, at the city’s famed Audio Recorders. The result was an amazingly Funky masterpiece, but somehow the record never saw release…until today! Fervor Records is incredibly proud to offer up Fat City: Ain’t No Time For Stoppin’. Experience Fat City now on Amazon, iTunes, Spotify!
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