WATCH: Patrick Stewart releases album of cowboy classics
Sir Patrick Stewart has paid tribute to American culture in the best way we could possibly imagine; by performing a medley of cowboy classics for the 4th of July.
In a comedic infomercial promoting the albums ‘Patrick Stewart’s Cowboy Classic Volumes 1 and 2’, the beloved X-Men actor is seen singing a number of cowboy hits, from Frankie Laine’s ‘Rawhide’ to Johnny Cash’s ‘Ghost Riders in the Sky’. And of course, each performance is faultless.
A regular social media user, Stewart shared the incredible video, entitled ‘P Stew’s Cowboy Classics’, on Twitter with the following message to his American fans:
— Patrick Stewart (@SirPatStew) July 4, 2016
And don’t go thinking the whole thing is a joke (although you’d be forgiven for thinking so). You can actually purchase a Cowboy Classics Sampler CD featuring five songs sung by Patrick Stewart, with all proceeds going to the International Rescue Committee.
Of course, the video and album also feature Stewart’s American musician wife, 37-year-old Sunny Ozell, whom he wedded in 2013.
Watch the hilarious, and seriously impressive, video of P Stew’s country performances below: