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Awesome seven-year-old crushes AC/DC’s Highway To Hell on Spain’s The Voice Kids

Seven-year-old The Voice Kids (La Voz Kids) contestant Jesús del Rio wowed the judges with his performance of Highway To Hell by AC/DC.

The internet hasn’t been short of talented youngsters rocking out of late, with 11-year-old Nandi Bushell sharing another brilliant drum cover only last week. And now folks are going wild over seven-year-old The Voice Kids (La Voz Kids) contestant Jesús del Rio, and his rendition of Highway To Hell.

Jesús appeared on the Spanish TV version of the talent show, covering the AC/DC classic during the Blind Auditions stage and instantly wowing all judges; in fact, after quickly hitting their buttons and turning the chairs round, they even went up to him and hugged him after the performance as they were so impressed. Awwwww.

Read this: Every song on AC/DC’s Highway To Hell, ranked from worst to best

The young Bon Scott in the making ended up picking Spanish singer Melendi as his coach going forwards, with Jesús making it to the next round of the show. And after this, we’re backing him all the way…

Check it out below:

Posted on June 7th 2021, 1:54p.m.
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