New Canadian period sitcom Young Drunk Punk has snagged some vintage classics from Fervor Records to bolster the shows authenticity. Bringin’ It Home by Sandy Szgeti, Wishing You Were Here by Lonnegan’s Band and Love Is More Than A Feeling by Craig Marsden will all appear in in episode 102. Check out the series on City TV, episode 102 January 28th.
Showtime drama The Affair chose the likes of Fervor’s Emerald Lady for a little company in episode 103. The enchanting 1977 acoustic ballad from Craig Marsden is available on iTunes, Spotify, Amazon, YouTube and beyond. Jump in bed with Emerald Lady and The Affair on Showtime October 26th.Read More
Title: Brand New Start
Artist: Craig Marsden
Release Date: 10.29.2013
Title: The Romeos
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Work hard, never give up and claim the beauty that life has to offer. These worthy themes are threaded through all Craig Marsden’s 1970s recordings. His songs are forged from his inspiring life of love and loss as he journeyed from small town Michigan to Hollywood. Craig’s virtuosic guitar work, soaring vocals and mesmerizing melodies penetrate and transcend time delivering the true nostalgia of the Classic Rock era. Marsden’s career is full of impressive credits opening for the likes of Bob Seger, Alice Cooper, Ted Nugent, and Edward Bear. He also performed with a diverse roster of artists including Mark Farner (Grand Funk), Chick Corea, Maureen McGovern and Freddy Cannon. Fervor Records is thrilled to bring you Craig Marsden, Brand New Start, coming end of October 2013!
Angel of the Wilderness, an original 1977 Rock Ballad from Craig Marsden, will be featured in tonight’s episode of The Americans, a Cold War-era period drama on FX, starring Keri Russell.
The show, which takes place in the 1980′s has featured other music from the Vintage Masters collection already this season, from the Power Pop of Blue Shoes to the Progressive Horn-Rock of The Gringos.
Tonight you’ll hear the quintessential sounds of late ’70′s, soul-stirring Classic Rock from Craig Marsden, whose soaring voice and mastery of the guitar earned him a reputation of solid gold in the studios of L.A.
Marsden’s own material from that era, which is a time-capsule of a cinematic period of American Rock and Roll, is now available worldwide on the Fervor Records release Craig Marsden Retrospective 1977-1985
Tune in to FX at 10pm to catch the latest edition of The Americans (ep. 112) and time-travel with Fervor Vintage.Read More