Special thanks to Serene Dominic and The Phoenix New Times for interview and feature with Fervor execs. We are honored to support valley artists by bringing them exposure on national television! Read the full article here on The Phoenix New Times!
Have you been watching the new season of World Of Jenks? Well this Monday there is a new episode and it features 3 different Fervor artists all in one show! From gangsta hip hop to dark bluegrass to acoustic indie-pop, this show will run the gamut of the roster. The selections are as follows:
In My Hood, Marcus Latief Scott, from the Fervor Records release Marcus Latief Scott
Black Diamond, Jessie Murphy, from the Fervor Records archives
Can’t Find My Way, Bruce Connole, from the Fervor Records release Hillbilly Heroin
This will be the second week in a row we’ve been in the mix of the hit MTV show, and hopefully not the last.
Tune in to MTV on Monday @ 11/10c for the latest edition of World Of Jenks (episode 202) and hear a sweet variety of Fervor jams.Read More
CBS’s Emmy award-winning comedy How I Met Your Mother is nearing the end of its penultimate season and will be airing a new episode on Monday Feb 25th that features a 1983 song by Phoenix New Wave legends The Jetzons.
The song is the slick, driving Duran Duranish synth track When The Sun Goes Down, an extremely rare track that never was released when its sister sessions hit the streets in the Jetzons’ early 80′s debut. It is now available on the Fervor Records bonus reissue release The Complete Jetzons.
Another Fervor cut called Eye Candy actually appeared in last week’s episode (817) as well, though it is not commercially released.
Often cited as a soundtrack of an era and referenced as mentors by what would become The Gin Blossoms, The Jetzons and their frontman Bruce Connole made a huge impact on the generations that followed. They were truly at the pinnacle of the Southwestern US music scene in their heyday.
Tune in to CBS next Monday 2/25 to catch HIMYM episdoe 818 “Weekend At Barney’s” and hear the sound of the cutting edge, circa 1983 from The Jetzons.Read More