Fayuca Hits the Road with Badfish

Fayuca tour dates 2017

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Blindspot Finds Fallen Angel

jay-ramsey-x150blindspot-x150NBC’s wildly popular crime drama “Blindspot” will be featuring a true vintage classic from Fervor Records. Episode 210: “Nor I, Nigel, AKA Leg In Iron” features the 1971 Country Crossover gem “Fallen Angel” by Jay Ramsey. This episode of “Blindspot” airs January 4th, 2017 on NBC, and is available now on Amazon. Enjoy “Fallen Angel” on the Jay Ramsey Fervor Records release “Anthology Vol. 2,” now available via AmazonApple, and/or Spotify!

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Good Behavior, You’re So Good For Me

good-behavior-x150Rock & Roll Fever - Lenny Mack BandTNT’s hit drama “Good Behavior” has reached out for another period gem from Fervor Records. Episode 107: “The Ballad Of Little Santino” features the Lenny Mack Band’s 1973 funky Hard Rock anthem “You’re So Good For Me.” Enjoy “Good Behavior” Tuesday nights on TNT, and rock out to Lenny Mack Band on AppleAmazon, and/or Spotify.

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Barry Likes Fervor Records

barrybannerDevon Terrell, Ashley Judd, and Jenna Elfman star in the film “Barry,” which takes us back to Barack Obama’s college days in 1981. A couple of Fervor Records recordings proved to be a perfect fit for both the era and the flick. Former Capricorn recording artist Bob McGilpin’s 1979 Disco anthem “Jump On It,” and White Heat’s 1977 Rock instrumental “Kamikazi Love,” are both featured. “Barry” made its world premiere September 10th at the Toronto International Film Festival to wide acclaim, and rolls out on Netflix December 16th. Click to listen to the Fervor Records releases White Heat – Presence Of A Man, and Bob McGilpin – Let The Music Take You High on Spotify!

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Kings and Queens and The Man in the High Castle

man-in-the-high-castle-x150jay-ramsay-x150 Season 2 of Amazon’s science-fiction thriller “The Man In The High Castle” starts streaming December 16th, 2016. Featured in Episode 206: “Kintsugi” is the beautiful 1962 ballad “Kings And Queens” by Jay Ramsey. Mr. Ramsey’s career highlights are many, but one shining nugget of actual gold is his cut with the King of Rock and Roll himself – Elvis Presley. Elvis covered Jay’s tune “We Can Make The Morning” on his 1971 certified Gold Record “Elvis Now.” Jay’s tune was joined by a few other well known gems by Lennon/McCartney, Kris Kristofferson, Gordon Lightfoot, Buffy Sainte-Marie, and Johnny Mercer. Enjoy the many talents of Jay Ramsey on AmazonAppleSpotify, and/or YouTube, and start streaming “The Man In The High Castle” on Amazon December 16th.

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