Who Do You Suppose In Wayward Pines

Hidden Treasures_Connie Conway_smallwayward pines smallCritically-acclaimed Sci-Fi thriller Wayward Pines will feature Connie Conway’s 1956 recording “Who Do You Suppose” in Episode 204: “Exit Strategy.“ Tune in to Wayward Pines on 06.15.16 on FOX and enjoy Connie Conway on AmazoniTunes and/or Spotify!
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Dick Flood and Wanda Johnson in Preacher

preacheruntie the ribbonDICK FLOOD SHOW 1965 # 1 (2)AMC’s “Preacher” continues with more songs from Fervor Records’ stockpile of vintage greats. Episode 3: “See” features Dick Flood’s 1971 recording “Livin’ In The Lonely Zone,” and Wanda Johnson’s “Untie The Ribbon” from 1970. Don’t miss this exciting new series, and enjoy the music from “Preacher”  on Spotify here.

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Christopher Blue & The Conjuring 2

Blue Ram Records - Don't Worry Tracy The Conjuring 2 - smallWarner Bros. Pictures and New Line Cinema will roll out the supernatural horror flick “The Conjuring 2” hitting theaters on 06.10.16. Stars Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga return to investigate poltergeist activity in the UK in the second installment of this critically-acclaimed franchise. The film reached out to Fervor Records to license the 1972 Blue Ram Records release, “Don’t Worry Tracy” by the band Christopher Blue. Catch “The Conjuring 2″ at a theater near you and re-live 1972 with Christopher Blue on Amazon, iTunes and/or Spotify.
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Fervor Records Gets Girl Flu

Rock & Roll Fever - Lenny Mack BandLynn Ready Daydreamer FrontGirl Flu_smallIndie flick Girl Flu premieres at the Los Angeles Film Festival on June 6th. The film turned to Fervor Records to fulfill their needs for some authentic 1970s jams. “Ain’t Nobody Home” by Lenny Mack Band, “Leave My Heart Alone” and “Lookin’ For A Girl Like You” by Lynn Ready are featured in the new family comedy. Be on the lookout for Girl Flu starring Katee Sackhoff and Jade Pettyjohn. Click the song titles to enjoy on Spotify.

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Trio Of Period Classics Hit Preacher

Preacher-AMCjailhouse press photoNewton Bros.AMC’s intense new supernatural drama “Preacher” features three period greats, from three distinct decades, all from Fervor Records. These gems appear in Episode 103: The Possibilities.” From 1957 is “Start At The Bottom” by The Newton Brothers, 1971’s “Speak My Name” by Dick Flood, and from 1987 “Long Way Up” by Jailhouse. Click the song titles to enjoy on Spotify and tune in to “Preacher” on 06.19.16.

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