An Oregon teen Erin Herrmann recently took to her Twitter account to post a video of her dad playing the saxophone to summon cows. Needless to say, the video has gone viral with netizens marveling at the man's mad skills.
Erin Herrmann took to Twitter to share two videos showing her dad belting out cheesy songs on the saxophone in front of a meadow full of cows. Erin captioned the video, "My parents are such goofs they drove out to the backroads so my dad could play the cows the songs he’s been learning on the saxophone..."
In a viral video, Hermann says he heard you can "tame savage beasts" with music, so he decided to give it a shot.
my parents are such goofs they drove out to the backroads so my dad could play the cows the songs he’s been learning on the saxophone pt.1 pic.twitter.com/IHzgxtvo0N— Erin Herrmann (@erinmherrmann) June 26, 2019
pt.2 listen for the neighbor at the end pic.twitter.com/qdMCnZRzqh— Erin Herrmann (@erinmherrmann) June 26, 2019
Turns out, according to the website wkly, 54-year-old Rick Herrmann, of Orgeon has been learning how to play the saxophone for the last seven months using nothing but YouTube videos.
He recently decided it was time for his first live performance and decided his audience would be the cows.
Rick can be seen standing next to the field and let his music do the talking and it is adorable he way the cows stop what they are doing and walk straight toward him in unison.
Since being posted, Erin's video has garnered over nine million views and has seen people commenting on it a number of times.
Here's what they wrote:
when the cows heard the music start pic.twitter.com/O6dM7unDRN— ale$$andra (@savalessandra) June 26, 2019
We must protect your pops at all costs. Also please have him keep recording. The audience needs to follow his progress— T̫̦r̠̺o͇̭͎̫p̺͖̫̜̜̤͚i̲͓̥̬c̹̭ Ğr̫i̤ͅżžy̥̗̱̭👨🏾🚀 (@AlohaSwaggy) June 26, 2019
I love it! I really hope he performs for the cows again too 😂😂— T̫̦r̠̺o͇̭͎̫p̺͖̫̜̜̤͚i̲͓̥̬c̹̭ Ğr̫i̤ͅżžy̥̗̱̭👨🏾🚀 (@AlohaSwaggy) June 26, 2019
I’m with this guy. I need to see what’s happening in his and the cows future.— Hannah (@reviveandrise) June 26, 2019