With a nostalgic 1973 Bob Dylan cover, a 10-year-old boy turns every chair on ‘The Voice.’

A pure musical talent reminds us what good music is in this 3-minute video. The young boy performed a chilling rendition of Guns n’ Roses’ “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door.”

Arthur stands in the center of the stage during a blind audition for the voice kids, ready to dazzle us. “uh-huh uhhuh,” Arthur said, his drumsticks clicking.

Notes from the guitarist could be heard in the background. Arthur held the microphone with both hands and sang his heart out. With a soft voice, he delivered the first line.

Arthur struck the strings of his acoustic guitar as the drummer began to play soft beats. The music band’s rhythm was strong, spreading across the stage like ripples in still water.

A judge in the corner pressed the button, moved by Arthur’s harmonies. Other judges sat and waited. Arthur’s voice was incredible, leaving them with no choice but to press their buttons one by one.

Arthur’s mother, Loulou, was backstage vouching wholeheartedly for her son. When the judges turned their attention to Arthur, Loulou burst into tears, indicating that the youngster had advanced in the talent show.

It was a happy moment for Loulou. She tried to cover her face with her hands. As the song came to a perfect conclusion, the judges and audience applauded Arthur nonstop.

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With a nostalgic 1973 Bob Dylan cover, a 10-year-old boy turns every chair on ‘The Voice.’
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