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70s Country Crooner Rhett Davis

Rhett Davis - I'll Help Someone Fall in Love TonightIn the golden age of Nashville it’s easy to see why Country icons like Chet Atkins, Floyd Cramer and Eddy Arnold took a quick liking to the young, charismatic Canadian Rhett Davis. Armed with a guitar, a few songs and a VW bug, the talented singer/songwriter made the trek from British Columbia to Music City. Fortunately, he also possessed the talent and moxie to make dreams become reality. Rhett’s amazing career has landed him gigs not only with the aforementioned luminaries, but also with the likes of Barbara Mandrell, Rich Little, Gallager and Ronnie Prophet to name a few. Rhett scored hits with Eddie Arnold and landed a Top 20 Country Canadian Chart Topper of his own along the way. This collection of Rhett’s 1970s Country tinged crossover Nashville gems even includes his well known hit I Am The Eagle. Experience the magic of Rhett Davis and re-live the 1970s with I’ll Help Someone Fall In Love TonightClick iTunes and add to your playlist!

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CooBee Coo Lands Top 5 On KWSS

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KWSS flagship morning personality Beef Vegan has announced his list of top local tunes for 2015. Mr. Vegan’s penchant for picking local hits was recently rewarded by Epic Records with a platinum disc for helping catapult local heroes Kongos to international superstardom. Landing at #4 on Beef’s list of this year’s favorites is Fervor’s own CooBee Coo with their track Eyes That Kill.  While it’s customary to say “F Beef Vegan!” we’re going to opt for thanks. Check out Beef’s list in it’s entirety on the TMI website.

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CooBee Coo Tops Phoenix 2015 Best Of’s

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CooBee Coo has landed on two Phoenix New Times best of lists for 2015 from NTW music critic Mitchell Hillman. The band’s Fervor Records’ release Liven Up was named in The Top 25 Best Albums by Phoenix Bands in 2015. Also, their tune Grin On My Face landed on The 50 Best Songs by Phoenix Bands of 2015. The boys of CooBee Coo are currently hard at work readying their next Fervor Records release. Thanks for the props Phoenix New Times and congrats CooBee Coo!

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Amazon Readies Fervor Exclusive!

Transparent season 2 poster - small Cult Hits Country 1970sPeter Sivo’s 1970s Country classic Let The Devil Pour The Wine has turned up in season 2 of the Amazon hit Transparent. The song is slated for release in 2016 on Fervor’s popular Cult Hits series. However, Amazon announced an exclusive offer making the album immediately available and including it on the Transparent series playlist! Head to Amazon for Transparent and all the great music from the series!

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Delve Into The Rich Musical History of Phoenix

519tcDBGHNLArizona has an incredible musical legacy. A legacy that all of us at Fervor Records strive to perpetuate daily. Team Fervor is excited to share longtime radio personality Jim West’s new book that details the rise of the Phoenix Sound in the 50s & 60s. The book, The Phoenix Sound: A History of Twang & Rockabilly Music in Arizona, is scheduled for release on Monday, December 7th. Fervor is honored to represent many of the fine songs, artists and recordings from this era. Phoenix New Times journalist Jason P. Woodbury gives you a sneak peek at Jim’s upcoming effort in this week’s NTW issue (available here). Stay tuned for a complete list of where you can pick up your own copy of Jim’s new book.

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It’s Cyber Monday!

fervor-logoHead on over to Amazon for all things Fervor Records. Happy Cyber Monday and thanks for supporting independent music!

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