Posts Tagged "Justified"

Justified Plays She Could Be The Blues

Bluesman Chuck Hall continues his reign on FX’s neo-western crime drama Justified. Chuck’s 1995 gritty Blues masterpiece She Could Be The Blues airs in episode 606 on 02.24.15. The song is contained on Fervor Records’ release, Chuck Hall Band. Listen on iTunes and/or Spotify.

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Western Winds Blow Away Justified

Fervor Records recording artist Hans Olson chose Western Winds as the title track for his 1973 debut LP. Hans  re-recorded the song in 1991 for inclusion on a French compilation. Fast forward to 2015 and FX Network mega hit Justified has picked up the tune to appear in episode 605. Listen on iTunes and/or Spotify and catch episode 605 of Justified on 02.17.

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Justified Will Send You Back To Mama

Justified posterThe new season of Justified starts tonight and has added Fervor Records in the mix. Episode 601 features Fervor Records’ recording artist Hans Olson’s Blues shuffle, Send You Back To Mama. Catch Justified on FX and listen to Hans tell it like it is on iTunes and/or Spotify.

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Justified Culls More Treasures From The Fervor Vaults

Justified Season 4Justified, episode 505, will air Bruce Connole’s Nothing But Lies, and You Knock Me Out from Blues master Chuck Hall. This is Chuck Hall’s fifth song in as many episodes and Connole’s second placement this season. Nothing But Lies is contained on Bruce’s Fervor release Hillbilly Heroin. Chuck Hall has 3 forthcoming releases. Episode 505 airs 02.04.14, snag Hillbilly Heroin on iTunes here.

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Fervor’s Blues Giants Continue To Rock Justified

Justified Season 4Fervor Records Blues roster continues their roll on the FX law drama Justified.

Chuck Hall’s, Standing In The Doorway and Craig Erickson’s, Too Much Whiskey will appear in episode 504 which airs on 01.28.14. Chuck’s Fervor releases are forthcoming and Craig ‘s album, One Way Ticket is available via iTunes and beyond.

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