Film/TV Placements

Revenge, That’s What Your Woman Is For

Revenge poster bABC’s psychological thriller Revenge has grabbed 2 classics from Fervor’s stockpile of 1960s Country music gems. Johnny Appleseed’s 1968 ballad That’s What Your Woman Is For and Tommy Strange & the Features’ 1967 tearjerker She Was Never Mine To Lose. Both appear in episode 416 of Revenge on 03.22.15. You can also listen to both on on the Fervor Country compilation, Vintage Country 1957 – 1969 on iTunes and/or Spotify.

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Whatever Linda Soundtrack Drops

Compelling web series Whatever Linda is chock full of Cult Hits from Fervor across multiple episodes. The Official Series Soundtrack drops today loaded with Fervor greats including Harry Krapsho, Lenny Mack Band, Jay Ramsey, Nancy Barry, Len Boone, and Kindred. If you’re not watching Whatever Linda… start. Listen to the Official Soundrack on Spotify.

Read More Chooses Fervor

Online travel giant is featuring the legendary Canadian vioin virtuoso Steven Staryk in their newest campaign. Fervor has licensed Staryk’s 1959 recording of Vittorio Monti’s composition, Czardas, for the spot, Log Cabin. Check it out on YouTube:

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Chicago PD Picks Up Farming Man

Chicago PD posterNBC’s Chicago PD has snagged a Southern Rock classic from Fervor Records. The song Farming Man, from The Tennessee River Crooks, was originally released in 1976 but can now be heard in episode 215 of the popular police drama. Look for Farming Man on the upcoming Fervor Records release Unsung Heroes of Southern Rock, which drops on 04.21.15.

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Baby Do You Wanna Gets Justified

Fervor Records has landed Chuck Hall’s 1995 roadhouse Rocker Baby Do You Wanna in episode 609 of the FX hit Justified. The Blues ax slinger is dominating the soundtrack of the FX mega hit for the second season in a row. Check out episode 609 of Justified on 03.17.15 or rock to Chuck Hall now on iTunes and/or Spotify.

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The Frontier Expands With Fervor Records

The Frontier movie posterIndie flick The Frontier has tapped Fervor Records for 3 vintage jams to enhance the vibe of the film’s 1974 setting. The songs include 1963’s Warning Signs by Dick Flood, 1968’s Write Me An Ending by Jay Ramsey and 1972’s Take My Heart by the Peter Sivo Band. The Frontier debuts at SXSW on 03.15.15. Listen to Dick Flood’s Warning Signs on iTunes and/or Spotify.

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