Brendan Fehr: Country Video?

By • Mar 24th, 2012 • Category: Brendan Fehr, Leading

Brendan Fehr did a country music video very early on in his career, but he couldn’t remember the artist or name of the song. He asked his fans on his official board in the the Media Blvd. Forums. “I don’t remember the artist and can’t seem to find the video. Can you? (or do you even care?),” Brendan wrote. He added “I’d get a big kick out of it to see it again if someone can track it down.”

Country Video?

“Here’s a game for you all if interested. And to be honest I don’t know the answer, that’s why I’m asking. I did a country music video very early on in my career. I shot it in Vancouver and it was literally one of the first things I did. It was a Canadian artist and I remember the concept. I was on a ladder or fire escape of this apartment building going down (or up?) and looking in all the windows and “reacting” to all the crazy things. I was wearing a suit (I think?) and an orange tie. I don’t remember the artist and can’t seem to find the video. Can you? (or do you even care?). I’d get a big kick out of it to see it again if someone can track it down.”

Brendan-Fehr.net did some incredible detective work and posted the answer to this tricky question on Brendan’s official board. Brendan was in Rick Tippe’s music video for the song “Never Givin’ Up”. The video was released in 1998 and directed by Stephano Barberis.

Sadly, the video clip is not available on the website of the musician.

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