Fervor Records is pleased to support the Guild Of Music Supervisors by sending two lucky students from the Los Angeles College of Music to the 7th Annual Guild Of Music Supervisors Awards! Students from Professor Garret McElver’s Music Supervision class will have the opportunity to attend this incredible event. Stay tuned for more details!
Long running CBS mega-hit “NCIS” will feature another Soul jam from Fervor Records’ stash of vintage classics. Episode 320: “Nonstop,” will feature the super-sexy 1977 R&B ballad “Super High On Your Love” by the one and only Mr. Bobby Barnes. Catch “NCIS” on February 7th on CBS, and check out the amazing vocal stylings of Bobby Barnes on the Fervor Records release “70’s Gold: Masterpiece of Love” available from your favorite music sources including Apple, Amazon, and/or Spotify!Read More
The CW’s romantic comedy-drama “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” has enlisted the jams of 1980s Hair-Metal tribute band Chinatown. Episode 213: “Can Josh Take A Leap Of Faith?“ will feature “Drive Me Crazy,” from the band’s Fervor Records release “Takin’ It Sleazy.” Don’t miss “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” Friday February 3rd on The CW, or enjoy it on Amazon. “Takin’ It Sleazy” was produced by Platinum award winning engineer/producer Otto D’agnolo and is available via Apple, Amazon, Spotify and beyond!Read More
Coming up during the New Wave scene in Phoenix, Gentlemen Afterdark gained notoriety for their sharp songwriting, witty lyrics, and raucous live shows throughout the 80s. Fervor Records is proud to present “Open The Door,” a reissue of some hidden gems of the era. These songs occupy a special place in the Fervor catalogue, having been produced by Alice Cooper at Phoenix’s very own Vintage Recorders studio. Made up of of Brian Smith, Winston Watson, Robin Johnson and Barry Smith – this fearless fivesome’s unique brand of Post Punk & Glam got them regular gigs at the legendary underground venues such as The Cellar. Gigging throughout the Southwest, the band garnered praise as one of People Magazine’s “Stars of The Future,” with Alice Cooper observing that “They reminded me of when I was young… I told them to have my daughter back by 7:30” (People Magazine, March 5th, 1984). Buckle up and prepare to be transported to one of the most exciting times in music via “Open The Door,” dropping February 3rd on iTunes, Spotify, Amazon and beyond!Read More