The final season of Mad Men has grabbed two more Fervor classics for use in episode 709. Jay Ramsey’s 1967 Funky dance floor anthem Goldigger, and the 1968 Rock ballad The Train, from The Souls featuring Ann Reed. Don’t miss Mad Men April 12th on AMC and don’t forget to get your own piece of Fervor Records nostalgia. Download Goldigger and The Train on iTunes today!Read More
Iconic AMC period drama Mad Men lands in a new decade and has taken Fervor Records along for the ride. Appearing in episode 708 is the 1970 Pop ballad, You’ve Got What I Like from Christopher Blue. Originally released on the Ramco Records label, you can hear it now on iTunes and/or Spotify. And be sure to catch the latest installment of Don Draper’s escapades on 04.05.15.Read More
Low Winter Sun, an AMC crime drama, airs on September 8th with a cut from the Fervor archives featuring the killer vocals of Mr. Bill Champlin. The Grammy Award winning Champlin has penned hits for Earth Wind and Fire, George Benson, Heather Headley and the band Chicago of which he was also a longstanding member. The multi-instrumentalist and vocalist got his start with the Bay area band that carried his name, The Sons of Champlin.
From the Fervor Records archives, Just The Other Day by Bill Champlin will air on Low Winter Sun ep. 105 on September 8th, 2013.Read More
Always on the cutting-edge, Zeus began wearing make-up and rode the crest of the early Glam Rock wave into the 80’s Power Pop era, making a name for themselves in the Live Music Capital of the World, Austin, TX.
Reminiscent of classics T. Rex, Cheap Trick or Kiss, Zeus’ Teach Me delivers the stadium rock essence of leather pants and glitter.
Teach Me aired in episode 102 of the AMC show, on Aug 18th. It is from the Fervor Records release Zeus Anthology Vol. 1 available on iTunes.Read More