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12.04.07 38 Comments

This clip has been online for awhile, but svelte Matt Ufford of WithLeather reminded me I hadn’t posted it.

Anyway, Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story, Judd Apatow and John C. Reilly’s double-entendre-heavy biopic parody, has a new promotional strategy: concerts.  That’s right, prancing in the footsteps of The Monkees, Spinal Tap, and Kiss, this fictional character is coming to a city near you. 

Joined by his band, the Hard Walkers, Reilly/Cox is making appearances in seven cities: Cleveland; Chicago; Austin; Nashville; San Francisco; Los Angeles and New York City. The first gig is this Wednesday at Cleveland’s Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and all shows include a screening of the movie. [Cinematical]

I think this is a great idea, and I hope Greasy Sax Dude from Lost Boys follows his lead. He’s the only guy on the internet buffer and more hairless than yours truly. Seriously, I’m like a condom stuffed with walnuts – call me ladies.  Oh, and in case you were wondering, the chainmail choker means "Not Gay."

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