Chris Pratt Surprises Nashville Concertgoers With Some Impressive Country Karaoke

Chris Pratt is making a case for himself as the next country music star! On Thursday, the 40-year-old actor surprised fans at a couple of Nashville bars as he performed a few country hits at the music venues. Rocking a denim shirt, dark pants, and a baseball cap, Chris took the stage at Robert's Western World to perform his rendition of Johnny Cash's "Folsom Prison Blues." During the set, he bobbed his head along to the beat and even took a bow after wowing the audience. He also stopped by Tootsie's World Famous Orchid Lounge, where he sang Garth Brooks's "Papa Loved Mama."

At Robert's Western World, Chris snapped a fun picture with Nashville-based country singer Sarah Gayle Meech, who played the guitar while the Hollywood star crooned "Folsom Prison Blues." Sarah — who performed a set of her own — posted the photo on Instagram, writing, "When Chris Pratt shows up at your @robertswesternworld show to sing Johnny Cash. You never know who will show up at Robert's Western World... Thank you @prattprattpratt you made our night!"

It seems as though Chris has been having an eventful past few weeks. In June, he married Katherine Schwarzenegger in a beautiful California ceremony. Just a few weeks later, the two celebrated his 40th birthday with Katherine gifting Chris two pet pigs named Tim and Faith. Katherine didn't appear to be with Chris during his Nashville karaoke escapade, but we have a feeling she, Tim, and Faith would be impressed by his stageing. Keep scrolling to see more pictures and videos from Chris's surprise appearances!