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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Simplistics complete 30 year journey with Fervor!

Simplistics coverFervor Records is thrilled to reissue the self-titled album by California rockers Simplistics on June 3rd, nearly 30 years to the day it was originally released. A band that is equal parts pop, punk, and surf rock embodies a sound that can only be described as California New Wave. Simplistics, playing under with the kickin’ aliases of Kris Karr (Skaie Knox), Steve St. George (Steve Schroeder), Bob Hotel (John Wardell) and Crazy Frank (Frank Servas), cut their teeth throughout the early 80s playing house parties across Orange County and San Diego – with their record winding up in heavy rotation on the legendary station 91X. Whether rocking out on the Sunset Strip or playing acoustic in-store sets in Tower Records, Simplistics made their presence known. They are a true rock n’ roll story; Skaie made balloon animals around town to pay for recording time, while Steve kept the lights on by driving limos. The band continued playing shows along the West Coast until 2000. Simplistics’ raucous, self-titled debut can be experienced all over again on iTunes, Amazon, and Spotify.
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Grace and Frankie Are All About Me Me I I

Gracie and Frankie s2 Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin, Martin Sheen and Sam Waterston return for the second season of the Netflix comedy smash Grace and Frankie. The streaming sensation has licensed the 1978 Punk rarity “Me Me I I” by The Blades. The band rose to prominence in the hardcore Phoenix, AZ Punk scene of the late 70s. Along with The Blades, the Southwest desert metropolis spawned such notables as The Meat Puppets, The Feederz, Billy Clone and The Same, and JFA (Jody Foster’s Army). The Blades found a home at Fervor Records and now are winning new fans via Frank and Gracie, Episode 207: “The Boar.” Head to Netflix to binge watch Grace and Frankie and listen for The Blades’ “Me Me I I.”

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Exxon Is Sailing Smooth in New Campaign

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Fuel giant Exxon has included a song from guitarist Greg Anderson for the company’s new internet ad. “Sailing Smooth,” from Greg’s Fervor Records release “Blue Ocean,” can be heard in the Exxon Endless Road Trip: “Last Kilometer” campaign. Enjoy “Blue Ocean,” by Greg Anderson on Amazon, iTunes, and/or Spotify.

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