By now, we're pretty familiar with metal songs becoming lullabies, but this proud parent went one step further than just popping in a CD to lull his baby to sleep. He probably didn't expect what happened when he took to his acoustic guitar to play Metallica's 'Nothing Else Matters.'
Kids performing hard rock or metal at a school talent show can go one of two ways: awesome or awful. Luckily, these two had what it took to prevent years of forthcoming bullying for their performance. Thank God(smack)!
"One of us, one of us!" Soundgarden have a fairly diverse fan base, spanning all sorts of people. This kid must have been pumped as it was just to go see the band, but he left the show with an even better story to tell in class the next day.
What happens when you give three young kids a guitar, bass and a pair of sticks and drum kit? Usually, a headache. Put your aspirin aside today because this video is everything you thought it wouldn't be as three kids tackle one of their favorite Nirvana songs.
Some of us are like Marsha Brady and can't even get two hands in front of our face to catch a ball. Fortunately, there's plenty of others who are considerably more coordinated, like drummers. All drummers start out as kids senselessly pounding away, disturbing the peace. Ok, maybe not all of them.
One reason Iron Maiden continue to sell out stadiums across the globe is that the age range of their fans is constantly widening. Tristan is a shining example of this, being born after Bruce Dickinson and Adrian Smith had rejoined the band and released 'Brave New World' in 2000.
Music teacher Aaron O’Keefe definitely gives a whole new meaning to the concept of band class, helping elevate his young students to create masterful renditions of some of the biggest hits of the rock and metal genre.
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