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360 Tune Box, the international streaming channel, has added Fervor Records’ Electro Pop outfit, Super Stereo. The band’s debut video, Life Passed Me By is now in heavy rotation on the popular emerging platform. 360 Tune Box is available on your favorite streaming device 24/7 with premium non-stop music videos.Read More
The new Elizabeth Banks flick, Walk Of Shame, has hit theaters and beyond. Emerging from the Official Red Band Trailer is the song, How U Girlz Git Down (Walk Of Shame Mix) from artist/producer John Costello and Hip Hop sensation, Marcus Latief Scott. The infectious party anthem has now landed on The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack from Lakeshore Records. The two are no strangers to movie soundtracks. The original mix of How U Girlz Git Down appears on the Scary Movie 5 Soundtrack and the duo’s track, Got Me In A Trance appears on the Piranha 3 DD Soundtrack.Read More
The international streaming music video channel, 360 Tune Box has added Fervor Records’ Reggae/Punk/Latin trio, Fayuca. The bands breakout Spanish language video, Por Que Seguir, is now in heavy rotation on the popular emerging platform. Check out 360 Tune Box on your favorite streaming device for premium non-stop music video action 24/7.
At the dawn of the 1990s, The Gin Blossoms catapulted to the top of the Pop charts and shined light on the burgeoning music scene of their hometown, Tempe, AZ. Gin Blossoms founder, hit songwriter, and major architect of the Tempe sound Doug Hopkins was fired from the group at their peak. Hopkins was quick to return to Tempe, team with Lawrence & Mark Zubia and form Chimeras. As the Chimeras rose to prominence, Hopkins tragically ended his life. However, the Chimeras forged on with their signature sound catching the A&R ears of major labels. Ultimately inking with Hollywood Records, they changed their moniker to The Pistoleros securing their place as Tempe Rock royalty. Fervor Records is now honored to take you back to where it all started bringing you the fiercely emotional Chimeras’ inaugural release on March 25th, 2014, Mistaken For Granted.
In 1973 the Lenny Mack Band exploded on the LA scene. From the celeb hideout in Marina Del Ray, The Basement, to The Starwood and The Greek Theater, the band wowed crowds with their over the top Rock N’ Roll prowess. After 2 years of 70s excess and unable to score the elusive major label deal, the band called it quits. However, that was just the beginning of an impressive musical career for band namesake and front man, Leonard Macaluso, aka Lenny Mack. Lenny went on to land the prestigious gig as musical director for iconic diva Tina Turner. He penned chart topping hits for other A-listers including Rebbie Jackson, (You Send The Rain Away), Booker T Jones (Down To The Wire), Rita and Priscilla Coolidge (Down To The Wire), Robin Zander, and Taka Boom (Dancin’ Night). In 1987 Lenny ventured into TV writing You Can Count On Me, the theme song to the NBC hit sitcom My Two Dads. Fast forward to 2014… Fervor Records unearths an unbelievable treasure-trove of lost 1970s recordings from the bands’ sessions at LA’s Golden Sound Studios. Experience the original Rock and Roll Fever of the Lenny Mack Band, available here on iTunes.