Prolific Americana and Blues artist extraordinaire, Hans Olson sets the mood on The SyFy Network’s supernatural TV drama, Haven with his gritty, haunting tale, Something Bad. Hans has too many accomplishments to list but you may remember his distinctive voice from the theme song of Burt Reynolds long running sitcom, Evening Shade. Something Bad is from Hans Olson’s Fervor Record’s release Another Day With The Blues. Don’t miss episode 403 of Haven airing Sept 27th, 2013 for Something Bad… and don’t forget to lock your doors!Read More
The new Hans Olson release, Dust To Dust is receiving positive feedback. Tastemaker arena.com dishes up some interesting info on both the record and the legendary artist himself. Fervor Records released Mr. Olson’s latest effort on August 16th and its now available worldwide on iTunes, Amazon, eMusic and beyond. Check out Janice Vega’s feature article here: Legendary Bluesman Hans Olson Returns With ‘Dust To Dust’.
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!
Arizona bluesman Hans Olson is no stranger to film and tv music. It was his song that was used for the main theme to the Burt Reynold’s sitcom Evening Shade years ago.
Well now you can continue to catch Hans’ music in prime time, as his track Another Day With The Blues, will appear in episode 710 of Army Wives (Lifetime) on Sunday night.
The track is available on the Fervor Records release Another Day With The Blues
Hans Olson is currently finishing production on his latest Fervor Records release, but in the meantime, tune in to Lifetime this Sunday to hear his signature hard-boiled blues.Read More
FX’s critically acclaimed modern-day outlaw series Justifed returns tomorrow with a new episode, this time featuring 5 songs from the Fervor label, all by Arizona artists.
From the Vintage Country collection, there will be three tracks, ncluding “My World” by Waylon Jennings, recorded in 1967. The others are “A Shade Of Difference” by Bozo Darnell, and “Drifting Home To You” by the Jody Brian Quartet. All three titles can be found on iTunes, on the Fervor Records release Vintage Country 1957-1969
Shining a light on the more modern, urban side of the show is Mr. Fantastic’s uber-groovy “Six Days A Week”, from the Fervor Records release Ol Skool Rap
Finally, the show will feature some soulful, gritty blues of Hans Olson, who is currently in the studio recording a new Fervor release. His driving track “South On 65″ is available on the Fervor Records release Hard Time.
Tune in to FX tomorrow night for Justified episode 407 “The Money Trap” and hear 5 Fervor favorites.