Electro Pop outfit Super Stereo has landed in ABC’s breakout comedy, Super Fun Night. The band’s quirky hit Jaguar, sung by Super Stereo’s temptress, Lo, appears in episode 116. Jaguar appears on Super Stereo’s debut, This is Future Pop, on iTunes!Read More
Fervor’s Lynn Ready has experienced an incredible career. Mr. Ready started performing at age 3 in Dallas, TX, landing his first pro TV job on The Curt Massey Show. He soon parlayed his many talents securing a gig as a Mouseketeer on the massively popular Micky Mouse Club. Lynn Ready’s innate musical mastery carried him into Rock n’ Roll which produced some jaw dropping recordings in the early 70s. Fervor uncovered several of these masterpieces and recently placed one in episode 403 of SyFy’s hit, Being Human. Check out Leave My Heart Alone, from Lynn’s Fervor’s release, Daydreamer.Read More
Mill Avenue icons, The Pistoleros, inked with Fervor Records last Fall. The band signed some of their impressive back catalog and agreed to a new Pistoleros release in 2014. Mark and Lawrence Zubia, the driving force behind the band, are now underway recording all new material for their upcoming Fervor debut. Here are the boys in a recent session at the label’s Bomb Shelter Studios in Sunnyslope. Stay tuned, more to come…Read More
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, scheduled to release 3.18.2014!