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martes, 4 de junio de 2013

baby covers – Best of YouTube

The Beatles are one of the most frequently covered bands of the rock era, so to get anyone’s attention with your version of one of their classic songs, you’ve got to do something special.

Enter Christian Diego Mello, proud father of Diogo Mello, who — despite not having yet celebrated his second birthday — still managed to join in with his dad for one-minute, 24-second rendition of ‘Don’t Let Me Down’ that’s racked up nearly a million YouTube views since being uploaded on May 30. It’s nothing fancy — just a father, a son, two guitars and a camera — but it’s still one of the more memorable versions of the song you’re ever likely to hear.

Little Diogo’s grasp of the song’s chords may not be the strongest, and he doesn’t actually know most of the lyrics, but once the chorus rolls around, he’s right there with some top-notch (and impressively tuneful) toddler shouting. With a couple years of rehearsal, who knows? He might be able to join up with young drumming phenom Avery Molek to bring classic rock to the playground in a whole new way.

Looking for dirty deeds done dirt cheap? Well, you might be in luck — especially if you live in a state where there are relaxed child labor laws. In the clip above, 12-year-old singer Brooks Paul belts out a convincing version of the AC/DC classic with his band — but if you’re looking to hire them, you might have to drive him home after the gig.

There’s nothing wrong with starting young and getting your foot in the door at an early age, but this aspiring rocker takes it to a whole different level. The ambitious North Carolina resident is known as the “Prince of Rock,” and he performs with his own band, touring the East Coast hitting venues from Virginia to Florida. He was also the youngest performer in the over-70-year history of Myrtle Beach Bike Week. His closest band mate in age is 40 years old.

Paul sure looks and acts the part of a rock star — with his flowing blond locks, mirrored aviator shades and jeans, he resembles a diminutive Sebastian Bach. His YouTube channel also features his renditions of songs by Journey, Bon Jovi, Foreigner and more.

Could he be the next big thing in rock? Time will tell. But the kid can sing.

She’s a cowgirl, on a rocking horse she rides…

Eight-month-old Sydney may still be in diapers, but the girl knows great classic rock when she hears it. Her dad is starting her off young in this video, playing and singing the Bon Jovi classic ‘Wanted Dead or Alive’ (which generally isn’t widely considered a lullaby) when the budding rocker joins in, singing along in a series of excited squeaks.

Sydney’s not only an up-and-coming singer, she’s also quite an accomplished headbanger already, rocking out to the music in a manner that turns the living room into her own personal mosh pit.

It looks like it might be time to get Sydney started on guitar lessons, too; she keeps putting her hands on the strings like she’s trying to take the guitar away from dear old dad, with an attitude of, “Here, let me how you how it’s done.”

We all know Jon Bon Jovi likes to keep re-inventing himself to appeal to a broader demographic, but this is ridiculous!


ACDC - Back in Black - Drum Cover - 5 Year Old Drummer

7 year old guitarist Zoe plays Sweet Child O'Mine by Gun N'Roses

8 year old Mini Band guitarist Harry Jackson plays Knights Of Cydonia by Muse

.... not only rock

North Korea children playing the guitar. Creepy as hell.

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