We’re talking about acting, comedy, storytelling, stripping, motivational speaking, and hell, he could probably be the Governor of Texas if he wanted to be.
And on top of that, he can add country music singer to the list of talents. The guy bangs a mean bongo too…
Kenny Chesney was playing a show last Thursday for the 10th annual Mack, Jack & McConaughey Charity Gala at ACL Live at the Moody Theater in Austin, Texas.
The charity gala is hosted by former Texas football coaching legend Mack Brown, country singer/songwriter Jack Ingram, and also McConaughey, in an effort to raise money for charities dedicated to helping children’s education, health, and wellness.
When the country singer began to sing “When The Sun Goes Down,” McConaughey decided to walk on up, share a seat with Chesney, and began to sing into the mic with him.
Rockin’ the all white suit and looking cool, calm, and collected as usual, Mr. Alright Alright Alright himself also joined Chesney to sing “Setting The World On Fire,” and “American Kids,” and even started to play the bongos in the background.