Chris Pratt

This Aug. 14, 2018 image taken from video shows actor Chris Pratt during an interview at the Fellow Bar in Los Angeles. Pratt met with disabled athletes as part of the nonprofit group Achilles International. He surprised them with the news that they’re being sponsored in the New York City Marathon. (AP Photo/Jeff Turner)

(FOX NEWS) -- Chris Pratt is a country music star in the making!

The 40-year-old actor showed off his singing abilities after a surprise performance in Nashville at Robert's Western World and sang Johnny Cash's classic "Folsom Prison Blues."

He shared the stage with performer Sarah Gayle Meech, Fox News reports.

"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!" she wrote on Instagram.

Then, Meech posted video proof. "Last night @robertswesternworld Chris Pratt stopped by to sing some Johnny Cash! Thank you @prattprattpratt," she added.

And the "Avengers" star didn't hold back his talents. He was also spotted at Tootsie's Orchid Lounge, where he sang Garth Brooks' "Papa Loved Mom" to a crowded room.

"yall my mom is in nashville rn and she’s at a bar and CHRIS PRATT just got on stage and started singing," a user wrote.

It's no surprise Pratt has a voice. He was the lead singer in the band Mouse Rat on the hit comedy series "Parks and Recreation" and also sang with Garth Brooks 2019 iHeartRadio Music Awards in March.

And in December 2017, he sang a duet with Chris Stapleton while guest-hosting "Jimmy Kimmel Live."

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