CBS mega-hit NCIS has once again culled the vaults of Fervor Records for a slice of mid-century nostalgia. Featured in Episode 324: “M.I.A.” is the 1960 recording “Dearest One” by Jack’s Four. Don’t miss this week’s installment of NCIS airing March 14th, and enjoy “Dearest One” on the Fervor Records release “Cult Hits of the 1960s Volume 1” available across Apple, Amazon, Spotify and beyond!
Season five of FX Network’s hugely popular period spy-thriller “The Americans” kicked off on March 7th. Episode 502: “Pests” airs March 14th
, and will feature a Deep Cut from the vaults of Fervor Records, White Heat’s 1981 Country Rock classic “Cross Country Feelin’.” Be sure to follow Season 5 of “The Americans” on FX, and enjoy White Heat’s Fervor Records re-issue “Presence of a Man” across Apple
One of Fervor’s catchiest artists, Mail Order Brides are featured in episode 104: “Judge Not” of NBC’s hit series, “Chicago Justice.” Fervor is thrilled to have the tune “You Make Me Feel” as part of this exciting new series. The brainchild of Ken Korade, Mail Order Brides bring both the rock and the emotion in equal parts to all of their songs. Check out their debut EP on Spotify Apple, Amazon – and tune in Sundays to NBC for your weekly dose of Chicago Justice!
Mega-festival SXSW ignites Austin, TX from March 10th – 19th
. Fervor Records is proud to have music in three films premiering at this year’s SXSW Film Festival. Indie flick “The Strange Ones” premieres March 11th
, and features Patsy Maples 1971 Country tearjerker “A Fancy Place To Cry.” Newline Cinema’s “The Masterpiece” debuts March 12th
, and includes Francine Reed’s soulful lament “It Won’t Be Me,” as well as “Miles Away,” a 1978 Yacht Rock classic from Craig Marsden. Another indie premiering at the festival is “Hot Summer Nights.” The film features three vintage classics from Fervor including the 1968 Country gem “Maybe Tomorrow
” by Jackie Stewart, Joe Montgomery’s 1957 Rockabilly hit “Planetary Run,” and “Love Walked Out,” a 1962 Doo Wop classic from The Newlyweds. Keep your eyes on these fine films to see where they land in the ever expanding universe of film distribution destinations.