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Trio of sisters jam out in barn and their performance is winning hearts
These girls rock, they totally brightened my day.
Patricia Lynn
04.01.22

Although we can’t all live the rockstar dream, who’s to say that we can’t at least pretend by singing our hearts out?

Many youngsters jam out in their bedrooms to their favorite artists, and surely some adults do too. But for those who grow up on a dairy farm – there’s another spot that can be used as a concert stage. We’re talking about the barn, of course!

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One set of “small-town” sisters have won the internet’s heart with their epic performance. And yes, it takes place inside of their family’s barn.

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The Wright sisters live on a dairy farm in DeKalb, New York. One day, they treated the cows (and the internet) to quite the show.

14-year-old Madisyn, 12-year-old Bailey, and eight-year-old Peyton are wearing their work clothes and boots in the video. Get ready to smile as they let their hair down and start rocking out to Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believin.'”

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Two of the sisters transform their fists into microphones to enhance their singing. Bailey, on the other hand, begins raking (because someone’s gotta get some work done, right?). No worries, she quickly jumps in on the fun as well!

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Surely they’ve heard this Journey song at least a dozen times before.

During the video, they dance and sing the classic lyrics like they’ve listened to “Don’t Stop Believin'” since birth. They even bust out their electric guitars for the performance. While two are imaginary, young Peyton improvises with a pitchfork.

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For those who grew up with brothers and sisters, their performance might send you down memory lane.

The sisters appear to be having a blast together, singing and dancing “like no one’s watching.” Many of us did this type of thing when we were kids too. Although, it probably didn’t make it to the internet (if there even was an internet).

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The cows get front-row seats to their awesome performance.

Just like real rockstars, the trio is surrounded by an audience (only their crowd members have four legs). It seems very obvious that they love their animals!

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They actually created the video to show their support.

Many dairy farmers have filmed their own singing and dance performances, sharing them online with the hashtag #dairydanceoff. The purpose of the internet challenge was to spread joy during a difficult time of low milk prices.

According to NNY 360, the girls’ dad (John Wright) said:

“This Dairy Dance Off was kind of designed to bring positivity to a negative time, that’s all it was for. We don’t want the story to be three little girls who went viral and that’s it. We want it to be three little girls who went viral with a message.”

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It’s two minutes and forty seconds of pure fun.

Who says a great performance needs to have all the glitz and glamour? These sisters are lifting spirits across the internet, simply by letting loose in their barn.

One YouTube user commented:

“This is my go to video when I need a smile. What adorable girls!”

Someone else wrote:

“Awesome. I love Journey and y’all killed it. Keep rockin girls.”

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This is one unforgettable performance that might have you wanting to sing and dance while you work. Bravo, ladies!

Press play below to watch these sisters light up the barn with some Journey.

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By Patricia Lynn
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Patricia Lynn is a senior writer at Shareably. Patricia is based out of San Francisco and can be reached at hi@shareably.net.
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