Rock n’ Roll pioneers Bob Kelly & The Pikes’ 1956 classic, When We Get Together, provides the perfect All-American backdrop for episode 403 of the HBO smash, Eastbound and Down. Kelly and crew got their start in 1954 at North Texas State University. The bands enormous success quickly catapulted Kelly’s songwritting career. Bob ultimately penned hits for icons including Gene Vincent and Elvis Presley. Mr. Kelly truly was an original music industry maverick.
Fervor Records is thrilled to announce the release of an amazing retrospective of the groups legacy entitled, Bob Kelly & The Pikes: Pioneers of Rock N’ Roll. Now available for pre-order on iTunes.Read More
Who can resist the scrumptious schmaltz of Elevator Muzak? Well apparently the folks at It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia can’t. The FXX mega-hit features the lovely wallpaper refrains of Returns & Exchanges in episodes 904 and 907. Get your Muzak on with It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia as episode 907 airs tonight on FXX.
And… you don’t have to wait for your next trip to the doctors office to enjoy those satisfying magical melodies. You can expand your secret guilty musical indulgence with Fervor’s, The Beautiful Music of Elevators available here on iTunes.Read More
Episode 101 of CTV’s new cop drama, Played, features the 1956 song, The Thrill Just Lingers from Connie Conway. Mr. Conway’s extensive musical legacy is perpetuated by Fervor Records Vintage Masters. The Thrill Just Linger’s is available on The Very Best of Connie Conway Vol 1,
ABC’s new smash sitcom , Super Fun Night will feature Super Stereo’s infectious tune, Freaky People from the band’s Fervor Records release, This Is Future Pop. Mix yourself a drink, sit back and enjoy the hilarity on episode 103 this Wednesday at 9:30 ET/PT. Freaky People from This Is Future Pop is available on iTunes. Super Stereo and Super Fun Night! It’s a match!Read More
Fervor Records is excited to announce the addition of The Pistoleros to the Fervor roster. One of the true architects of the “Tempe Sound” The Pistoleros started out as Mill Avenue mainstays, The Chimeras. The legendary Doug Hopkins formed the group with Mark and Lawrence Zubia after Hopkins rocky exit with chart toppers, The Gin Blossoms. The Chimeras quickly exploded on the local scene but the ill-fated Hopkins departed the group before his untimely demise. The Zubias and crew continued to forge onward ultimately landing a major label deal with Hollywood Records. Changing their moniker to The Pistoleros they released their Hollywood debut, Hold On To Nothing.
The Pistoleros are already demoing new material for their upcoming Fervor Records release at the label’s Bomb Shelter Studio. The band’s deal with the label also encompasses The Chimeras 1995 release, Mistaken For Granted. Fervor is thrilled to welcome The Pistoleros!
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