ABC’s hit musical drama Nashville called on Fervor Records for some hard core 1970s Country. The label sent over Lloyd Conger’s 1972 classic Beer Bar Blues which ultimately landed in episode 315. Tune into Nashville on 03.04.15 to check it out. Or… pop a cold one, cozy up to the bar and listen to Lloyd tell it like it is on iTunes and/or Spotify.
Disney’s new period sports drama McFarland, USA races into theaters February 20th with a little music from Fervor Records in tow. The film stars Kevin Costner and chronicles the true story of a Mexican-American high school track team. Adding to the authentic vibe is the 1971 Psychedelic Soul masterpiece Function Underground by We The People. Originally released on Darlene Records, you can encounter it now on iTunes and/or Spotify or check it out in McFarland, USA.Read More
Hit period drama, The Americans, has included another vintage ditty from the Fervor vaults. Episode 304 will feature the infectious 1982 Country Crossover gem, Close Your Eyes And Count To Ten by Mitch Clark. Originally released on Comstock Records, the song will soon be coming to popular digital platforms the world over.Read More
Sylvester Stallone’s adaption of the popular novel, Homefront, rolls out to theaters nationally November 27th. Starring Jason Statham, James Franco, Winona Ryder, and Kate Bosworth, the flick also features two gems from the Fervor vaults. Lloyd Conger’s 1972 cult favorite, Sunshine Band, and a rare 1973 recording from Jay Ramsey entitled, Hideaway. Catch Homefront over the extended Thanksgiving weekend and get your your copy of Sunshine Band from Lloyd Conger’s Fervor Records release Beer Bar Blues, and Hideaway from Jay Ramsey Anthology Vol. 3.Read More
America proved her fascination with the J.F.K. assassination last weekend when a record 3.4 million viewers tuned in to National Geographic’s original movie, Killing Kennedy. Next Friday marks the 50th anniversary of this tragic milestone in American history, reviving memories of the President and the horrific events of November 22, 1963.
Originally released in 1957 on REV Records, None of Your Tears, by Ted Newman, embodies the sound of the era and the heart of a nation that acknowledged it’s grief in the midst of decisive action. The song is now available on Fervor Records’, Cult Hits of the 1950s, Vol. 2, available on iTunes.Read More