10-year-old boy turns every seat on “The Voice” with Bob Dylan’s 1973 nostalgic cover of “Knockin ‘on Heaven’s Door”

10-year-old boy turns every seat on “The Voice” with Bob Dylan’s 1973 nostalgic cover of “Knockin ‘on Heaven’s Door”

.When 10-year-old Arthur Bolzonella walked onto The Voice Kids’ stage he quickly managed to captivate the crowd singing a Bob Dylan classic. It’s a powerful tune with a great deal of talent behind it.

For his blind audition, Arthur (10) chose Bob Dylan’s track, “Knockin ‘on Heaven’s Door”. A choice that pays off since the young boy will turn the three coaches around. It is finally Louis Bertignac that he will choose as his coach!

It’s a song that has given people chills since it first appeared in the 1973 film, Pat Garrett and Billy The Kid. Dylan released the single “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door” a few months later and it became a global hit.

It’s no surprise that Dylan has generated many other musical artists throughout the decades. His songs are also widely covered by both the famous and aspiring singers like Arthur,Some music is timeless and passed on from generation to generation. Legendary singer, Bob Dylan, has been touching people’s souls since the early 1960s with his work – and continues to do so today.

There are certain songs that bring a tear to your eye no matter how many times you hear them,

“Mama, take this badge off of me – I can’t use it anymore. It’s gettin’ dark, too dark for me to see – I feel like I’m knockin’ on heaven’s door…”

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