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Tony Romo Rocks. So We Hear.

Charlie Steffens
If this picture were at all legible, you'd be able to make out Mr. Belding, Metal Skool lead singer Michael Starr and Tony Romo.
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An e-mail just arrived in my inbox from the publicist at the Key Club in Los Angeles -- which has no relation to the temporarily shuttered topless joint on Stemmons Freeway. I am posting the entirety of the mail after the jump, if only because the subject line of the missive interested me ("Dallas Cowboy Tony Romo in Hollywood, CA") and the accompanying text did not disappoint. Pictures are allegedly on the way later today. --Robert Wilonsky

Update: A Friend of Unfair Park has pointed us to the video of Romo with Metal Skool. The same Friend also reminded us this is the same band with which Kelly Clarkson performed way back when. Now, the video is attached after the jump as well.

Hi Robert,

I thought you may be interested in this brief wrap up of Key Club's (a live music venue on Hollywood's Sunset Strip) Monday night residency, Metal Skool (a heavy metal comedy act, covering all of the classic 80's hits - addtl. info available upon request) as your very own Tony Romo took the stage! Please feel free to contact me should you have any questions or if you'd like additional information. It was great to have a Cowboy in our midst -- seems as though he enjoyed the night!

February 12 - Perhaps looking to unwind in the post season, DALLAS COWBOY'S quarterback TONY ROMO stopped by Metal Skool at Key Club and had quite a time! He requested all the greats and the heavy metal comedy act delivered, playing "Sweet Child O' Mine," for the QB. Eventually, Romo hopped up on stage with the band and DENNIS HASKINS, a.k.a. (Saved by the Bell's) MR. BELDING, for a rocking rendition of Journey's "Don't Stop Believing"... Also spotted in the crowd were Rascal Flatts, fresh off of their Sunday night Grammy performance, a tribute to THE EAGLES.

Best, Meghan Pochebit

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