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Watch: Chris Pratt Surprises Two Nashville Bars & Belts Out A Few Country Hits

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Jul. 12 2019, Updated 8:01 p.m. ET

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Next stop, the Grand Ole Opry! Chris Pratt surprised two bar crowds in downtown Nashville with some honky-tonk tunes on July 11.

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The Guardians of the Galaxy actor, 40, stopped by Robert’s Western World and Tootsies Orchid Lounge.

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He wore a white baseball cap and a denim shirt paired with black pants.

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The Zero Dark Thirty actor belted out Garth Brook’s “Papa Loves Mama” and “Folsom Prison Blues” by Johnny Cash with musician Sarah Gayle Meech.

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Chris is known for his role as Andy Dwyer on Parks & Recreation, a lovable man-child who constantly renamed his band “Mouse Rat” during the course of the series.

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This wasn’t Chris’ first time singing, and hopefully it won’t be his last!

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The Jurassic World actor has been living his best life this summer. In June, Chris tied the knot with Katherine Schwarzenegger and honeymooned in Hawaii.

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What do you think of Chris’ singing? Sound off in the comments below!

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