Sony Pictures is set to roll out director Ang Lee’s new war drama “Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk.” The film stars an eclectic cast including Kristen Stewart, Chris Tucker, Vin Diesel, and Steve Martin. Fervor Records is proud to have three Country Music classics in the film, 1985’s “Power of Positive Drinking” and 1988’s “Beer Pop and Whiskey Stop” by The Mears Bothers, and 1997’s “Why Do You Love Me?” by The Suicide Kings. Be sure to check out “Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk” as it hits theaters November 11th, 2016, and click the song titles to enjoy the music!
Keeping the good times rolling with the Amazon Studios original comedy “Red Oaks,” Fervor Records is proud to announce that “Later On” by Lonnegan’s Band is making an appearance in Episode 202: “Memorial Day.” Featuring the talents of major label survivor David Dodt, Lonnegan’s Band became an institution at the eponymous Lonnegan’s bar in Scottsdale, AZ rocking the house with original marina rock tunes and high energy performances nightly. Tune in to the second season of Red Oaks on 11/11 on Amazon, and be sure to check out more jams from Lonnegan’s Band on Amazon, iTunes, Spotify, and beyond.Read More
Amazon Studios’ comedy smash “Red Oaks” is back in action, and Fervor Records is along for the ride rounding out this 80s comedy with plenty of tunes from yesteryear. Featured in Episode 202: “Memorial Day” is Arroyo’s classic tune “Caroline.” This funky jam hit the radio and made waves across the midwest in the 80s. Fervor is proud to bring this song back around on such a great project. “Red Oaks” Season 2 went live 11/11, and check out more tunes from Arroyo on Amazon, iTunes, YouTube and beyond.Read More
TNT premieres Season 1 of the new drama “Good Behavior” on November 15th, 2016. Starring Michelle Dockery and Juan Diego Botto the network is rolling out two episodes for the series debut. Fervor Records is extremely proud to be a part of both. Episode 101: “So You’re Not an English Teacher” features the 1958 Ram Records single “Just Another Lie” by Linda Brannon, and Episode102: “Only the Best for Mrs. Diaz” features the 1971 Country tearjerker “A Fancy Place To Cry” by Patsy Maples. Don’t miss “Good Behavior” on TNT and click the song titles to enjoy the music!