Night Fevers are on their way up. In less than 2 years the rock band has gone from playing basement dives to sold out concert halls all over the Big Apple. Since founding, the group’s philosophy has been to aim high – the debut EP, Swear Words, was recorded in the summer of 2009 at world famous Quad Studios and mastered by legend Gene Paul (Led Zeppelin, Rolling Stones). With the talents of friend and co-producer Ido Zmishlany (Ryan Star, Gambit) Night Fevers crafted a 4-song powerhouse that has earned the excitement of fans and industry alike.
The best is yet to come. Drawing inspiration from artists like The Killers, Kanye West, and Elton John, Night Fevers are writing their highly anticipated next movement and assembling the team to release it to the masses. In the meanwhile, be sure to catch a live performance! The youthful confidence audible in the songwriting overflows on stage:
“Frontman Jack Tangney is full of energy—to say the least. He puts on a Mick Jagger-esque performance that is more than memorable. He delivers spot on vocals that are the icing on the cake for these radio-worthy tracks…Night Fevers is on the edge of blowing up, and you heard it here first…it’s just a matter of time for these guys.” – NoPulpMusic.com
“Part of the pure fun of the show came from the band’s demeanor. Not only did Tangney exude joy throughout the set, but every member showed a constant smile… Not 15 minutes after the show ended the venue’s operations were interrupted by the NYPD, and was subsequently shut down for the night for an apparent problem of overcrowding – proving that there are times where you can almost bring too many fans to a show.” – NewYorkNoise.net