The Dallas Cowboys recently made their quarterback, Tony Romo, one of the highest paid players in all professional sports. So how does one celebrate the biggest payday of their career? How about with a little karaoke?
In the below video, Romo is captured singing on stage with his good friend and former offensive lineman Marc Colombo at the “W” Hotel in Dallas last Saturday. It was all part of Colombo’s retirement party, who can be seen clearly being more comfortable than Romo on stage. That’s probably because Colombo is the guitarist for a heavy metal band called “Free Reign”.
Cowboys fans will probably find it appropriate that Romo is singing “Don’t stop believing” by Journey. After signing such a huge contract, Romo should be under more pressure than ever to bring the Lombardi Trophy back to Big D. And having the support of the largest fan base in the world will go a long way in helping him achieve it.
As for his singing skills, I’ll leave that up to the experts. It’s a bit hard to hear who’s singing what as it appears to be filmed with a camera phone from the 1990’s. Still, I think Romo gets credit for even getting on stage. After a quick Google search, it appears Romo likes frequenting the microphone to sing at parties. Checkout the video below: