Chris Pratt Surprises Nashville Bars and Performs Country Hits
Chris Pratt had a wild night in Nashville on Friday (July 12), where the actor hit up two famous bars and performed renditions of various country music classics.
Pratt first turned up at Robert’s Western World to take the stage and sing Johnny Cash's "Folsom Prison Blues." The backing band were equally as surprised as the unsuspecting bar patrons to see the A-list star take the stafe. The drummer even pulled out his phone to take a picture of Pratt on stage. After his performance, the actor posed for a selfie with guitar player Sarah Gayle Meech.
Pratt then traveled down Broadway to stop at Tootsie's World Famous Orchid Lounge for another performance, singing Garth Brooks' classic, "Papa Loved Mom." Pratt seemed like a natural on stage, even high-fiving people in the crowd and thanking them for letting him get up on stage.
Pratt previously performed “Friends in Low Places” alongside Brooks at the iHeartRadio Music Awards in early 2019. The actor has been vocal about his love for Brooks' music and has said that he is a fan of country music.
Watch the videos of Pratt's performances, below!
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