The famous actor takes on a new project with his first-ever album debut that also functions as a fundraiser for charity.
Patrick Stewart, most famously known as television's starship commander, Jean-Luc Picard, during the late-80s series, Star Trek: The Next Generation, has now tried his hand at crooning like a cowboy - and the results are incredible!
Already a Grammy winner (for voicing a children's story), Stewart is aiming for something even greater with his new country music album - giving back to people in need!
Called Patrick Stewart's Cowboy Classics Sampler, this 5-track sample album is pitched as a secondary choice since his "full-length albums" are "sold out" according to the amusing website set up for the colleciton, www.PStewSings.com.
Launched on the Fourth of July, "Cowboy Pat" is introduced in an infomercial-style video that takes you on a journey through the many tunes on his "Cowboy Classics Vol. 1 & 2" (which are "sold out").
The hilarious website pokes fun at the notion of his country music career and has a link for the very-real sample album that viewers can download with proceeds benefitting the International Rescue Committee.
The album features classic country hits like "Don't Fence Me In", "Buttons and Bows", "I'm An Old Cowhand", and more!
Watch this hilarious video made to promote the fundraiser below and let us know what you think in the comments!
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