Three brothers from Kansas who've made a name for themselves online with their parodies of popular songs are bringing their act to McCook this weekend.
The Peterson Farm Brothers will perform at the Norris Park Bandshell during the town's Heritage Days celebration, which starts Wednesday and runs through Saturday, the McCook Daily Sun reports.
The brothers, Greg, Kendal, and Nathan, grew up on a family farm and still work there, per a press release.
Their YouTube videos have racked up more than 50 million views and they have a large online following.
The release notes that their music parodies of songs like AC/DC's "You Shook Me All Night Long," AC/DC's "Fancy Like," and Walker Hayes' "Fancy Like" are "a definite agricultural twist."
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