All farmers need a way to bring their cows in, and a farmer in Peabody is trying something a little different. It worked for him once, now he hopes it will work again.

In the back of his truck, Derek Klingenberg has all the fixings to make the perfect cattle call. A seat, a Stetson, and a secret. "I picked up my trombone again and there's no people out here so I decided to use the cows for my audience," said Klingenberg.

But his herd has never heard harmony outside the buzz of the bugs. Eyewitness News was there as he introduced them to pop music. His song choice: "Royals" by Lorde.

The cows seemed amused. Some might even say they appeared to like the international hit song. A few even fought for a front row view. "You would too if you ate grass all day," said Klingenberg. "You get bored."

This isn't Klingenberg's first rodeo. He taught his last bunch of cattle to come home when they hear the perfect pitch. His video of it went viral, grabbing the attention of people across the country. He's since been interviewed by media from Canada, Brazil, Norway, and Japan. His YouTube video has more than 5.6 million views.

"I think it's hilarious," said Klingenberg. "I'm just playing my trombone for cattle but people think it's magical."