New marijuana documentary Rolling Papers opened in 20 cities over the weekend. The film also hit itunes, Amazon and On Demand worldwide and will be added on Netflix soon. Fervor Records loaded the indie flick with jams representing four decades including, 1969’s Loaded to The Gills by The Supersouls, 1976’s White Lightning by Tennessee River Crooks, 1982’s Island Dream by Kopperfield and 1990’s Bring Them Down by Lucian Blaque. Don’t forget to check out Rolling Papers and click the links to experience the music.
Netflix horror thriller Hemlock Grove has once again turned to Fervor Records. The series will feature the stellar 1976 Southern Rock anthem White Lightening by The Tennessee River Crooks in episode 302. For your binge watching pleasure Netflix drops season 3 in it’s entirety on October 23rd. For your binge listening pleasure check out The Tennessee River Crooks on Spotify!Read More
NBC’s Chicago PD has snagged a Southern Rock classic from Fervor Records. The song Farming Man, from The Tennessee River Crooks, was originally released in 1976 but can now be heard in episode 215 of the popular police drama. Look for Farming Man on the upcoming Fervor Records release Unsung Heroes of Southern Rock, which drops on 04.21.15.Read More
Philip Seymour Hoffman’s swan song, God’s Pocket hit select theaters May 9th. The new indie flick, which premiered at Sundance, stars John Slattery and Christina Hendricks of Mad Men fame. Also featured throughout the film are songs from Fervor Records extensive collection of vintage period music including, Fallen Angel by Jay Ramsey, Farming Man from the Tennessee River Crooks (available on The Spectacular Now Soundtrack) and Lookin’ For A Girl Like You by Lynn Ready.Read More
Though the 1976 recording is currently unreleased, it can be caught in the latest episode, ep521 “Swing Vote”, which is still available online streaming at NBC.com.Read More