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John Stamos Goes Indie, Stars In New Music Video

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Way to get depressing on us, Stamos!

Check out Minnesota-based indie rock group Low's Try to Sleep music video (above) which stars the one and only Uncle Jesse Dr. Carl Howell John Stamos!

Why is Mr. Stamos in a music video for a Minnesota-based indie band, you might ask?

Here's John on why he took on this role:

"I'm actually good friends with their producer Matt Beckley, and he had played me some of the record while they were making it. When it came time for them to cast the video, they asked if I'd like to be involved. I liked the concept. The new record is on all the time at my place."

We like the concept too, John…although it's pretty sad stuff. The end of that video almost got us as teary-eyed as the series finale of Full House. Keyword = ALMOST.

What do U think of John Stamos' performance in this music video?

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6 comments to “John Stamos Goes Indie, Stars In New Music Video”



  1. 1

    Blackie has gotten old. They looked about 20 years too old for the video.



  2. 2

    LOVE this video and the concept behind it. Love that Stamos was involved in it. Low is an incredible group. I've followed them for years. They're brilliant.



  3. 3

    Ugh, this Stamos has never said "no" to a project/job offer…..lame….he is so late….hanging with the Beach Boys and such…..so late….His looks are fading and he is a teeny tiny little fella…bout 5'8”….No thanks….retire already? Please.



  4. 4

    John Stamos is freaking hot.



  5. 5

    Stamos has class. He never bad mouths people, he's always positive, he's always professional - but not without humor. And he still looks great.

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    6

    I've never thought of him in a period film before, but he has a great face for the look of the 40's through 60's. He could be right out of a film from any time in there. He should be cast in something along those lines.