In 1954 Bob Kelly assembled a few fellow students from North Texas State University forming, Bob Kelly & The Pikes. Kelly and crew were on the forefront of a new musical genre soon to take the world by storm. The band quickly gained popularity ultimately landing at The Big D Jamboree in Dallas. The savvy and talented Kelly parlayed the bands high profile gigs into recording opportunities for his burgeoning song- writing career. He soon landed hit singles with Mac Curtis on King Records and Capitol Records recording artist and Rock n’ Roll legend Gene Vincent.
Bob Kelly was a prolific songwriter, producer, disc jockey, recording studio owner and bandleader. Take a close listen to these amazing recordings from 1954 – 1960 and it won’t take long to hear why Bob Kelly & The Pikes were true Pioneers of Rock N’ Roll & Pop! Coming 11.12.13; pre-order on iTunes here!
Fervor Records is thrilled to bring you four newly discovered tracks from 70s/80s rockers and Columbia Records recording artists, The Romeos. The band had two hit singles with Columbia but disbanded in 1981. However, Fervor Records keeps their legacy alive with these newly unearthed songs! This release comes on the heals of Romeo’s lead singer, Jerry Honigman’s, 13 song solo album, Back To The Boom Boom. Highlighting Honigman’s incredible songwriting and vocal talents, the record chronicles Jerry’s work both before and after his days with The Romeo’s during the 1970s and 80s. Both albums will be available late October 2013.Read More
Available worldwide October 2013!
Back To The Boom Boom, Jerry Honigman
Bright Lights, The Outlets
Reckless Serenade, Self-Titled Fervor Records Debut
Cult Hits of the 1950′s Vol.1