Local music licensing firm Fervor’s Vintage Music has several notable accomplishments. Their selections appear within a vast array of popular film and television. Parks and Recreation, Justified (starring Timothy Olyphant), Parenthood, One Tree Hill, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Jersey Shore, The Sitter (starring Jonah Hill), and even Keeping Up with the Kardashians name just some of Fevor’s music selection credits. Now Fevor’s Vintage Music hits the Sundance Film Festival.
Marshall Levy’s California Solo debuted yesterday at the prestigious festival. California Solo stars Robert Carlyle (28 Days Later.) The drama features “She Was Never Mine to Lose” by Arizona’s Tommy Strange and the Features.
Fevor’s and the Arizonan music relics do not stop. They make another appearance at Sundance in Josh Radnor’s Liberal Arts. Liberal Arts, was written and directed by Radnor (How I Met Your Mother actor) and stars Zac Efron, Elizabeth Olson, and Radnor himself.