Big Pete Pearson, known as Arizona’a King of the Blues, is featured in NBC’s hit franchise Chicago Fire. Big Pete’s track Too Much Trouble, from his Fervor Records release Steppin’ Out, appears in episode 4005. Don’t miss Chicago Fire on NBC and Hulu and check out the distinguished Bluesman on iTunes and/or Spotify.Read More
Bravo rolled out season 2 of Girlfriends’ Guide To Divorce on December 1st. Turning up in episode 2003 is the Soul classic Too Good To Be True by Lon Rogers with The Soul Blenders. The song originally found release on Ramco Records in 1968 but now calls Fervor Records home. Episode 2003 airs December 15th but you can enjoy Too Good To Be True immediately on iTunes and/or Spotify.Read More
Two Fervor Records’ vintage R&B classics are included in episode 144 of the CBS drama The Good Wife. 1970’s Got That Feeling by Harry Krapsho and 1959’s I Found Out by Dave Moore. Be on the lookout as both songs will be featured on upcoming Fervor Records releases in 2016. In the meantime listen for them in The Good Wife on December 13th!Read More
Fervor Records’ Chicago Soul sensations The Triplett Twins have found themselves sandwiched between Cate Le Bon and The Indigo Girls. The Amazon Music Experts picked the duo’s 1970 single Pretty Please to showcase on the Season 2 Transparent Playlist. Head to Amazon to enjoy the full lineup.Read More
Amazon rolls out season 2 of Transparent and has brought Fervor Records in on the action. The show features a couple choice tracks from the 1970s culled from the Fervor vaults. Appearing in episode 201 is Pretty Please by The Triplett Twins, and in episode 210 is Peter Sivo’s Let The Devil Pour The Wine. Grab Pretty Please on iTunes and head to Amazon for an exclusive offer on Let The Devil Pour The Wine.
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