'Flockstars' Are Available To Play Weddings, Other Gatherings A Maryland chicken gave his fowl musical instruments. A video on YouTube shows three chickens pecking away at a xylophone, keyboard and some drums. The newly minted band is called the Flockstars.

'Flockstars' Are Available To Play Weddings, Other Gatherings

'Flockstars' Are Available To Play Weddings, Other Gatherings

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A Maryland chicken gave his fowl musical instruments. A video on YouTube shows three chickens pecking away at a xylophone, keyboard and some drums. The newly minted band is called the Flockstars.

RACHEL MARTIN, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Rachel Martin. Still don't have any entertainment lined up for your holiday party this weekend? Well, a Maryland chicken farmer gave his fowl some musical instruments. And they really took to them. A video on YouTube shows three chickens pecking away at a xylophone, a keyboard and some drums. The newly minted band is called the Flockstars. And the owner says they'll play weddings, bar mitzvahs. And surprisingly, as it may seem, they still have some openings for New Year's Eve parties. It's MORNING EDITION.

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