Available worldwide October 2013!
Back To The Boom Boom, Jerry Honigman
Bright Lights, The Outlets
Reckless Serenade, Self-Titled Fervor Records Debut
Cult Hits of the 1950’s Vol.1
Jerry Honigman’s previously unreleased 1987 Soft Rock gem By The Way is now available worldwide as a Vintage Masters single.
Honigman’s music has also been heard in several episodes of The Carrie Diaries (CW), which takes place in the mid-1980’s.
The full length album is due later this year and will include other lost tracks from Honigman’s heyday.Read More
Jerry Honigman’s previously unreleased 1987 Soft Rock gem By The Way will be amongst the selections, and is slated for a worldwide release as a Vintage Masters single in the coming weeks (the full length album due later this year).
Other tracks in the series finale one-hour special that were plucked from the Fervor vaults are Gravity and A Place In The Sun by Brett Ratner and Derrick Procell.
Tune in on Thursday May 16, 2013 to get a taste of Jerry Honigman in the very last edition of America’s favorite adaptation of a British sitcom, The Office.Read More
HBO’s massive success Sex and the City has left audiences thirsty for more, and after a featured length follow up film, the time has arrived for a prequel: The Carrie Diaries
Yes, the youth-oriented CW network and fans everywhere have been abuzz about the new series they are about to launch, which follows the young Sex and the City heroine Carrie Bradshaw (originally played by Sarah Jessica Parker) as she navigates her way into adulthood and a serious career.
Two authentic 80’s Pop tracks from the Fervor vaults have been slated to help launch this oh-so-fabulous backstory of a young writer in 1984 NYC.
The Way You Love Me and Hold Me All Night, Jerry Honigman, from the self-released title The Mood Swings ’83-’84 brings the synthy, neon, coiffed-hair-goodness to help get this highly anticipated retro series off to a strong start.
Catch the series premiere of The Carrie Diaries on Monday January 14th (8/7c) to hear the 80’s-tastic tracks in action.
Check out the tunes in their full glory below: