Seeing a kid from the audience join Green Day onstage is a common occurrence at the band's shows and one of the coolest ways a band can directly interact with their fans. It inspires young fans, like the one in this 2009 video, to pick up an instrument and allows the band's influence to spread.
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Talent shows can go two ways. Either a kid can display how much talent he or she has at something, or a kid can display how much of a lack of talent he or she has. Those in attendance have to take the good with the bad, and here we have a kid who dazzles the crowd.
Don't let this little girl in the pink jacket fool you, she's a full-fledged headbanger! Her car seat is supposed to protect from whiplash, but the child seat restraint could be rendered obsolete for this budding singer.
It's a pretty defeating feeling when you see all these kids laying waste to an instrument at such a young age while all you can do is watch in awe. Here we have another kid who might be able to light a fire under your keister with his impressive guitar playing.
Father to son bonds are always viewed as one of the most endearing relationships two people can have. Often times, a son will idolize his father and become a fan of the same sports teams and share similar hobbies. Here, we see a father and his 3-year-old son sharing musical tastes during a rendition of ... wait for it ... Slayer's 'Raining Blood'!
Alright, everyone, when you see this kid fronting the next big death metal band in 20 years, just remember you saw him on Loudwire first! Noah, the toddler in this video, probably doesn't know who Barney Greenway of Napalm Death is, but he's got the attitude and mannerisms that could give the legendary frontman a run for his money.