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Fisher trys out acting for Nashville band's video

8:59 AM, Jun 8, 2012   |    comments
St. Louis Rams new head coach Jeff Fischer speaks to the media during his first press conference at the Russell Training Center. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Curry-US PRESSWIRE
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(The Rams Tailgate Show) -- Coach Jeff Fisher is becoming "a star" in a music video for a Nashville band, Goodbye June.

Asked about it this week, Fisher said, "My daughter Tara has been friends with this band for a couple of years so I followed the band really from day one and got close to the band members. They're great kids and they asked me if I would get involved. Obviously it's a startup band. Costs are an issue, so I allowed them to do it on a piece of property that I own in Nashville. It was a day deal. It was done back in January. I hope you enjoyed it. You can buy their music on iTunes."

In the video, Fisher is a policeman who catches the band littering at a gas station and chases them in as car while also smoking a cigar.

Yeah Yeah Creative filmed the video, and David Lavender of the company told the website Turf Show Times, "Jeff was as personable and fun to work with as anyone we've run across. He was extremely generous to let us film (and wreck a car) on his farm. He didn't mind firing up the cigar for the video just after our 7:30 a.m. call time. If you didn't know any better, you'd just think he was someone's buddy that decided to act for us."

 

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