What were you good at when you were 12? You may have done pretty well in school, but that doesn't hold a candle to what this kid has accomplished at such a young age. Drumming involves a mastery of control, separating the feet and hands and allowing them to do wildly different things simultaneously. Forget patting your head and rubbing your belly, check out what this 12-year-old can do!
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Don't let the Spongebob Squarepants shirt deceive you, these three metalheads who make up the power trio Gauchos have the fuel, have the fire and are hard at work on that which they desire.
Back in the day, kids used to have to hide their "devil music" from their parents. Bands like Slayer were household taboo and if you were caught listening to them or even having one of their records, it could mean you're seeing nothing but the four walls of your room for the next couple weekends. Now, parents are showing their kids Slayer and the results are astonishing.
You may be thinking that a 12-year-old boy might have had enough time to become fairly competent at playing guitar. His motor skills are pretty developed as is his ability to understand the nature of playing the instrument. Rony from Slovakia had only been taking guitar lessons for two years when he appeared on 'Slovakia's Got Talent' to show the world what he could do.
What's one of the most regretful things you can buy a 6-year-old boy? A drum set of course! If you don't have a soundproof basement, listening to a 6-year-old pound away at a full drum kit can be one of the most harrowing experiences of anyone's life. Well, unless you're the parents of this kid!
Baby keeping you up at night? Tinnitus induced from your little one crying? Suffer no longer! One parent has found the solution to stop his newborn from ceaseless fits of tears and screams.
Tackling one of Eddie Van Halen's most popular guitar solo at the school talent show definitely takes guts, but this 8th grader was up for the challenge. While things started off a little rocky in the beginning with what appears to be the whammy bar falling off of his guitar and on to the floor, the show must go on. The young guitar ace quickly recovers and jumps right into the intense solo.
With a goal to “keep rock n’ roll alive" and listing artists like Aerosmith, Hendrix, Slayer, Metallica and Dio among their favorite bands, the kids in Chaotic Five are definitely an act to keep an eye on. In this clip the youngsters take on the Ozzy Osbourne classic ‘Crazy Train’ during a live performance at Surfer at the Turtle Bay Resort in Oahu.