Lyle Lovett was spotted working on the Greenpoint, Brooklyn set of the hit police procedural Blue Bloods on Friday.
The 64-year-old singer-songwriter was notably seen in costume as Texas Ranger Waylon Gates and filmed scenes with series star Donnie Wahlberg while riding in a sizable truck.
The performer’s appearance on the program comes a year after he was featured in a guest capacity in one of the show’s episodes.
Lovett wore a nearly all-black outfit that included a sizable overcoat worn on top of a matching jacket and a button-up shirt.
The guitarist also sported a slim-fitting pair of pants and a set of brown leather boots, as well as a cowboy hat.
Lovett previously portrayed Gates during an episode of the show’s tenth season, Fog of War, which aired last February.
The featurette was centered on the Texas Ranger joining the series’ cast while hunting down a serial killer from the Lone Star state.
The episode’s secondary storyline followed an accidental shooting and the repercussions that occur as a result.
Blue Bloods, which was co-created by Robin Green and Mitchell Burgess, initially made its debut on CBS in 2010.
The series is centered on the Reagan family, who have a storied history of working in law enforcement in New York City.
In addition to Wahlberg, the series stars performers such as Bridget Moynahan, Marisa Ramirez and Tom Selleck.
Blue Bloods has enjoyed high ratings ever since its debut, and it was previously renewed for its twelfth and current season this past April.
Prior to the start of the new run of episodes, the show’s eleventh season came to a close in May.
The twelfth season of the hit police procedural program initially premiered in October and is currently ongoing.