If you’ve never heard of the Peterson Farm Brothers, you’re in for a treat! (And if you already know this family trio who does agricultural parodies of popular music, you already know what a treat they are!) The musical siblings will be performing at 7:30 p.m. January 18 at the C. L. Hoover Opera House in Junction City.
A highlight of their hits includes:
- “Chore” (Katy’s Perry’s “Roar”) — “I am a farmer and you’ll want to see me chore!”
- “Farmer Rock Anthem” (What else? LMFAO’s “Party Rock Anthem”) — “Everyday I’m harvestin’.”
- “I’m So Farmer” (A mashup of “All About that Bass,” “Fancy” and “Let It Go”)
The brothers, with guest appearances by their younger sister, started singing these parodies as a way to have fun and teach others about life on the farm. Even if you don’t know the lingo, you’ll know the tunes. And, after listening to them, you’ll most certainly have a better sense of the hard-working, fun-loving, thriving agricultural community in Kansas and beyond!
The event is sponsored by The Dorothy Bramlage Public Library and Munson’s Prime Restaurant. Tickets can be purchased at the library and Munson’s Prime. Proceeds will go toward the library’s building campaign.
To meet the Peterson Brothers, visit their website.
To learn more about the event, visit the Junction City Chamber of Commerce website.