Posts Tagged "Loosely Tight"

Red Oaks + Fervor = 80s Love

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Episode 105 of Red Oaks features these tasty 80s delights from Fervor Records: Do Whatcha Feel by Len Boone, Mike Might Have Said by Blue Shoes, When The Sun Goes Down by The Jetzons and Fightin’ Society by Loosely Tight. Now go get your Amazon on! Click the links to enjoy the songs and then start streaming Red Oaks!

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Fervor 80s Jams Continue On Red Oaks

Cult hits of the 1980s Red OaksIf you’re not watching Amazon’s Red Oaks, start! The series is loaded with great music including these Fervor greats in episode 104: Hard Times by The Jetzons, You’re Still In Love With Me by The Interior Castle, Renegade by Loosely Tight, I Can’t Break Away by Bill Champlin, This Must Be Love by Blue Shoes, Calling Out by Slyder, Deny Deny Deny by Jerry Honigman and Hot Summer Night by Geoff Grace. Click the links to enjoy the jams and experience Red Oaks on Amazon!

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Narcos Goes Renegade

Narcos poster sml Loosely TightNetflix is set to roll out Season 1 of its compelling new crime drama Narcos on August 28th. The much anticipated series surrounds the life of Pablo Escobar and the Medellin Cartel.  Included in episode 104 is Fervor Records’ 1981 classic Renegade by Loosely Tight. Binge watch Narcos beginning 08.28 and check out Hard Rock icons Loosely Tight on iTunes and/or Spotify.

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Loosely Tight In Playing House

USA Network’s breakout comedy, Playing House, is ready to get loud and reckless in episode 104! Fervor Records’ early 80s Hard Rock heroes, Loosely Tight, will contribute to the mayhem with their Classic Rock anthem aptly titled, Loud N’ Reckless. Don’t miss episode 104 0f Playing House which airs Tuesday, May 13th. And delve deep into The Best of Loosely Tight on iTunes.

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Fervor Rocks The Carrie Diaries with Vintage 80s Jams


The CW’s runaway hit, The Carrie Diaries is back for Season 2. The show chronicles  the coming of age Carrie Bradshaw (of Sex & the City fame) in the 1980’s. The series has once raided the Fervor Records Vaults for authentic songs of the period. Heard in this week’s episode are,  The Key by Brian Page, Bombs Away by Loosely Tight, and Bright Lights by The Outlets. The Outlets played Studio 54 in New York while Loosely Tight was produced by Richie Wise (KISS) and Brian Page was a 5 time winner on Star Search and landed a deal with Chrysalis Records.
Check out all these great artists in episode 201 of The Carrie Diaries October 25th!

Cover_The Very Best of Brian Pageloosely promo shot copyThe Outlets - Bright Lights - Scheduled Release October 2013

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