Toddlers! Instruments! Supreme Cuteness!
Curated by Bob Weisz
Total Runtime: 0:12:52
Some kids have it, some kids don't. These kids most definitely have it.
Here are five examples of children, roughly all around the age of 5, playing their little hearts out. As an added bonus, I tried to find the most poignant/entertaining/ironic song choices available in each kid's repertoire. The first toddler sings a little ballad about being stuck in Folsom Prison (lisping his way through "I shot a man in Reno / just to watch him die"). Then a Japanese boy plays a George Harrison song written from the Chinese spiritual guidebook I Ching. Next a young black drummerboy nails the drum track of a song by Rush, who do have especially difficult drum parts, but also are commonly accepted as the whitest band alive. Nat-Nat just rules. And finally, the Dutch girls bring Iggy Pop's song about a depressive night-lusting outsider to a whole new level.
And with Rock Band in 4 million homes across the world, I imagine this trend has only just begun...