Fervor Records has landed Chuck Hall’s 1995 roadhouse Rocker Baby Do You Wanna in episode 609 of the FX hit Justified. The Blues ax slinger is dominating the soundtrack of the FX mega hit for the second season in a row. Check out episode 609 of Justified on 03.17.15 or rock to Chuck Hall now on iTunes and/or Spotify.Read More
Blues virtuoso, Chuck Hall, brilliantly delivers his dynamic signature sound on his new Fervor Records release, Hillbilly Wild. The Chuck Hall Band’s rock solid rhythm section, consisting of John Moore (bass & background vocals) and Roy Cameron (drums), provide the perfect foundation for Mr. Hall’s distinctive, impassioned playing and soulful, heartfelt vocal delivery. Hillbilly Wild also features guest appearances from a few other Arizona icons including Hans Olson and keyboard dynamo Brad Buxer (Michael Jackson, Stevie Wonder, Smokey Robinson). Experience the Chuck Hall Band as they dish out another heaping helping of authentic Texas Blues on Hillbilly Wild! On iTunes and Spotify.Read More
Deeply rooted in Folk and Blues culture, Hans Olson is known for his distinctive baritone voice, earthy acoustic guitar work and world-renowned harmonica skills. Olson is truly at his best when telling a story. His latest Fervor Records release, Dust To Dust, is decidedly more Americana than previous works. The musical direction works extremely well for the artist’s touching video, Look At You Now, in which he weaves a tale of independence and the switchbacks of life. Don’t miss Hans Olson’s Fervor video debut available worldwide February 11th, 2014.
International Blues axe slinger, Chuck Hall, and legendary musical chameleon, Bruce Connole, have music featured in the FX smash, Justified. Hall’s 1986 recording, Young Boy, and Connole’s 1992 tune, I Don’t Care, by his group, The Cryptics, will appear in episode 502. Both artists exploded on the Phoenix scene throughout the 80s and 90s with their distinctive talents winning fans worldwide. Check out Justified, Tuesdays on FX, and get aquainted with The Cryptics here.Read More
Fox Searchlight’s newest comedy, Enough Said, out today, features a song from international ax slinger Craig Erickson. Starring James Gandolfini (The Sopranos) in one of his last roles and Julia Louis-Dreyfus (Seinfeld, The New Adventures of Old Christine). The film promises laughs and poignancy as a single mother newly returned to the dating game suddenly finds herself mixed up with someone else’s ex.
Craig Erickson has recorded a half dozen albums for the Shrapnel/Blues Bureau label propelling the admiration of guitarists worldwide. Neon Night is from Craig’s Fervor Records release, One Way Ticket. Songs from the album have also been heard in Justified and Chicago Code. Find One Way Ticket on iTunes.Read More