One of the most artistic birds you will ever come across is the parrot. The parrot, Tico, was not an exception to this notion. He was just discovered producing a cover of Bob Dylan’s “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door.
Tico’s performance, while singing the song, was outshining. While the talented bird sang the song, he was supported by his owner, Frank Maglio, and his friend Lisa Rott. Both of them played the guitar and sang the song occasionally with Tico.
The way Tico sang Bob Dylan’s song proved that the bird had a distinctive and melodic voice. Tico was whistling way better than any human when he wasn’t singing. Unlike most parrots, Tico had the idea of when to stop singing and when to start.
When it was time for the music to play on the guitar, Tico would walk around the table or scratch behind his ears. It showed in Tico’s every movement, enjoying his performance in front of Lisa and Frank.
Since parrots have two vocal organs, Tico could sing the song in multiple pitches, which humans cannot do. However, Tico would occasionally go high-pitch, and his pitch would drop drastically.
Tico had a lot of practice, as evidenced by the way he sang the song. Frank and him had already performed a number of songs together, and the parrot appeared to enjoy singing songs of all genres.
Tico’s singing appeared to please Lisa. It was amazing to watch the bird’s head movements while he sang. He conducted himself like a rock star and had complete control over the music.