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Fleet Foxes on SNL – video, Jorma included

Fleet Foxes

Jorma C. Taccone (born March 19, 1977) is an American comedy writer/actor. In Fall 2005 he joined the writing staff for sketch comedy show Saturday Night Live. He is also an Emmy-winning songwriter and member of The Lonely Island, a sketch comedy group that includes SNL repertory player Andy Samberg and SNL writer Akiva Schaffer. Taccone created the beat for and assisted in writing the SNL Digital Short Lazy Sunday. He also was one of the principal actors in Jizz in My Pants, along with Andy Samberg. [Wikipedia]

Fleet Foxes were the musical guest on Saturday Night Live last night. Videos below…

Jorm Dances To Fleet Foxes

Backstage at SNL, Taccone is known to dance obtrusively and shirtless to the musical guests of the show due to his strange taste in various music genres. Five videos of this are shown on YouTube, all in front of the members of the band and a disapproving Bill Hader. The videos show Arcade Fire, Death Cab for Cutie, Arctic Monkeys, My Chemical Romance and Fleet Foxes.

He made a cameo appearance in Role Models as “Mitch from Graphics” where he sings a karaoke version of Scorpions’ “Rock You Like a Hurricane.”

He makes an appearance in the video for the Gnarls Barkley song “Who’s Gonna Save My Soul.”

Jorma married Marielle Heller in June 2007 at Mission Ranch, Carmel.

Fleet Foxes performing “Blue Ridge Mountains”

Fleet Foxes “Mykonos”

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