CBS mega-hit “NCIS” continues with its season 14, and is featuring another vintage gem from the Fervor archives. Episode 319: “Keep Going” has licensed the 1957 Clif Records release “Honey Won’t You Listen” by Roy Wayne. Don’t miss “NCIS,” Tuesday January 17th on CBS, and enjoy a slice of authentic 1950s Rock n’ Roll by clicking Roy Wayne
Season one of ABC legal drama “Conviction” has turned to Fervor Records for a slice of early 70s Soul. Episode 112: “Enemy Combatant” features the 1970 single “Pretty Please” from Chicago Soul duo The Triplett Twins. Leon and Levi Triplett churned out a multitude of infectious singles as songwriters, producers, and artists which originally found release on the Jay Pee, Magic Touch, Starfall, and Thomas labels. Be sure to catch “Conviction” Sunday, January 15th on ABC, or buy it on Amazon Video. Enjoy the Triplett brothers original recordings on the Fervor Records re-issue “The Triplett Twins” available via Apple, Amazon and/or Spotify.
Fervor Records is thrilled to have the rip-roarin’ Chuck Hall Band featured in NBC’s “Chicago PD,” episode 410: Don’t Read The News. The song “You Knock Me Out” comes from the band’s self-titled Fervor Records release. Originally released in 1995, the tune captures the energy and excitement of one of TV’s hottest shows. Chicago PD season 4 is now streaming on Hulu & available On Demand – and be sure to check out “You Knock Me Out” via Apple