Rock-A-Billy Hall of Famer Chuck Bene’s 1964 lament, Let’s Get Together Again, has landed in NBC’s mega-hit Parenthood. Culled from the label’s archives of vintage classics, Fervor Records continues their quest to perpetuate the legacies of the incredible music of yesteryear. Fervor is thrilled to be getting together with Parenthood to accomplish this goal. Check out Parenthood episode 6005, The Scale of Affection is Fluid, airing October 23rd on NBC.Read More
NBC’s long running landmark, Parenthood, will feature a Fervor Vintage classic from the distinguished Jay Ramsey. No stranger to success, Ramsey has had his tunes covered by many including the King Of Rock n’ Roll himself, Elvis Presley. Jay’s 1964 gem, Rockin’ Chair Blues, will appear in episode 5021 which airs Thursday April 10th. You can hear it now on iTunes.Read More
1960′s R&B great Roosevelt Nettles’ song, Drifting Heart, will be featured in the season finale (episode 218) of the CTV drama, Saving Hope. The tune, originally released on Mascot Records, was quickly licensed and re-released nationally by Chicago’s legendary Chess Records in 1962. Drifting Heart now resides in the Fervor Records archives. Experience this classic on Fervor’s, Mascot Records Retrospective Vol. 2.Read More
This week NBC’s powerhouse dramedy, Parenthood, will feature the 1948 classic, I Don’t Want Your Kind of Love from songwriter and band leader, Peter Sivo. The tune will soon be available from Fervor Records on an upcoming retrospective of Mr. Sivo’s illustrious career. Don’t miss episode 510 of Parenthood, airing Thursday, December 12th!Read More
In the 1950′s, violin virtuoso Steven Staryk performed all of the favorites of classical repertoire canon, and many of them are forever captured in the Fervor Records archives.
Bach’s Sonata in G Major is one of the selections from the Canadian phenome and will be featured in tomorrow night’s episode of Grimm, NBC’s critically acclaimed fantasy/cop drama hybrid series.
Known as one of famed Symphony Six in the McCarthy era, Steven Staryk and 5 touring colleagues were denied entrance into the U.S. without explanation, in what became a hotly debated public controversy circa 1952. His music however, has made it onto the airwaves across the nation.
Tune in to NBC Friday March 29th @ 9/8c to hear this unreleased vintage gem from Canada’s most revered Violin soloist, Steven Staryk.Read More