FOX Sports has tapped Fervor Records’ Punk outfit Glass Heroes for music across the 2014 MLB season. The network hand picked several cuts from the band’s inaugural Fervor release, Liars Cheats & Thieves, to add to the action. Catch Major League Baseball on FOX and experience what only Glass Heroes can deliver on their debut Fervor Records video and on iTunes.Read More
Hans Olson is one of Fervor’s most licensed artists. His ties to the label trace back to their 1990 inaugural release and he’s been a fixture ever since. Hans’ latest release, Dust To Dust doesn’t disappoint. His rootsy Americana effort is garnering just as much interest as his previous endeavors. On Tuesday, April 1st, ABC’s Trophy Wife will feature Olson’s tune Western Flower in episode 115. Check out Trophy Wife and Dust To Dust on iTunes.Read More
ABC has once again tapped the Vintage Vaults of Fervor, this time for the network’s uber-hit, Revenge. Tommy Dorsey Orchestra alumni Johnny Amoroso’s amazing vocals shine on the 1968 recording of Can’t Understand, which is featured in episode 317 and airs Sunday March 30th. See why Mr. Amoroso was a perfect fit to fill Frank Sinatra’s shoes in the Dorsey outfit on Fervor Records’ Cult Crooner Classics, available on iTunes and beyond.Read More
Gabo and Raf are the driving force behind Fayuca’s high octane, over the top, live show. Enter the Acoustic sessions, where the duo convincingly demonstrates the true magic of their music. Unafraid to lay fully exposed with live acoustic performances, Fayuca blends songs in both English and their native tongue. Vocals, acoustic guitar, & cajon simply and beautifully express the nuances of these wonderful songs. Fayuca Acoustic Sessions, now available on iTunes and music e-retailers everywhere!Read More
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.