During the group's set at Nissan Stadium on Saturday, October 9, the rocker revealed he had visited some of Music City's most famous landmarks and dive bars incognito.
"I went to Printers Alley and sang 'Honky Tonk Women' in a karaoke bar," Jagger told fans at the show. "I crashed a bachelorette party on a pedal tavern. They loved my Goo Goo Clusters. We all ended up at the Wild Beaver riding a mechanical bull."
Jagger also uploaded photos of his Nashville adventures on Twitter and shared video footage of himself, masked, walking through downtown Nashville unrecognized.
The Brit has been making a habit of hanging out in bars, masked and incognito, on the Stones' current "No Filter" tour - before a recent show in Charlotte, North Carolina, he visited the Thirsty Beaver bar and shared a snap of himself seated on the patio surrounded by people who had no idea who he was.
"I went through the credit card receipts to see if I had a Mick Jagger signature anywhere," Thirsty Beaver co-owner Brian Wilson said. "That would have gone up on the wall."
Unfortunately, it appears Jagger paid with cash.
Meanwhile, Rolling Stones' Saturday concert came just six weeks after the passing of their drummer Charlie Watts. Jagger kicked off the show after footage of Watts were played. "It's great to see all those images of Charlie up there on the screen, you know? We played together for 59 years," he said.
"So many memories in that time, and I guess a lot of memories for you guys too, I'm sure. So we would like to dedicate this show to Charlie."