Cowboy Pat announced 'Patrick Stewart's Cowboy Classics' on the Fourth of July
You don’t need to be American to croon like a cowboy. Sir Patrick Stewart debuted a collection of cowboy classics on Fourth of July by tweeting an infomercial-like video, introducing “Cowboy Pat.”
The X-Men actor sings classics like “Don’t Fence Me In” and “Buttons and Bows,” but according to his new (hilarious) website PStewSings.com, Cowboy Classics Volume 1 and 2 are sold out on vinyl and cassette. Instead, fans can download the Cowboy Classics Sampler, featuring five songs. All proceeds go to the International Rescue Committee.
Stewart initially tweeted out the link on June 30 with just a photo of him in cowboy getup and a guitar, surrounded by his backing band. He then wrote, “Happy 4th ‘merica, yer a mighty fine country. Luv, Cowboy Pat.”