Child Musicians – Tomorrow’s Music Heroes

Child Musicians – Tomorrow’s Music Heroes


The Bolts Child musicians

It isn’t unusual that on a Friday and Saturday night in many neighborhoods that you can hear music seeping through garage doors – Child musicians playing as garage bands as they are called. Certainly, it is no different for this group named “The Bolts”. You may see interested children peeping through fences or sitting along the curb listening to their friends, family, or neighbors as tomorrows music heroes practice.

Child musicians playing in garage bands have to be loud

Neighbors hear music but where? Above all, it always has to be loud.  As a result, some say that making sound with a guitar is nothing else…..Music to the ear.

One of the child musicians in the kid’s rock band “The Bolts” garage band said their music was hardcore metal rock, hardcore rock and roll, and AC/DC. That is to say, they played “good” songs. Therefore, going to Guitar Center is his favorite store and place to shop for new instruments and accessories.

These child musicians just want to play

Kacey Hayes, their bass guitar player, describes herself as a tomboy, so participation in this otherwise boy band was perfect for her. For example, her dreamer presence carries the band. She dreams of one day being the best garage band of rock and roll.

These young child musicians heroes, Kacey, James, Jack, Luke, and Johnny had no idea how much they were inspiring the listeners. On the other hand, they just wanted to play and play and play, with added laughter and songs. These child musicians love the energy and creativity they can share with all their friends, family, and neighbors.

The child musicians band’s dream

In conclusion, I wonder how many of the great singers, Freddie Mercury, Mick Jagger, or musicians, Bruce Springsteen, Ozzy Osbourne, first started in a garage band. It will be interesting to follow The Bolts to see what the future may bring these everyday heroes.

Note From Your Everyday Heroes

The only music instrument I’ve ever been good at is the Bass in Garage Band, the Video game and that’s not all, it was just 1 song that I could play, because i memorized the notes, instead of watching it on the screen, i just knew when to play it. These Child musicians are quite frankly some of the most talented children i’ve ever heard. This Video that we’re showing you was shot over 10 years ago. I would love to see where they are now, did the band break up? Are any of them still playing together? Are they still musicians? So many questions that we need to have answered. In this video, they seem to be a very close group of friends, especially their parents. So If I were to guess, they more than likely stayed friends.

Child Musicians who are good usually take up interest in their craft and try to get better by joining groups at school. I remember the band we had in my grade, the drummer joined the Jazz band at our school to learn and hone his talent. I’m curious if these kids did the same thing as they transitioned into High School and College.

Speaking of child musicians is it too early at four months to get our newest member of the family interested in playing music? Our child loves swinging his arms around and banging on things, I’m thinking about getting him some drums to bang on, but i would really love it if he learned how to play Guitar. Maybe when he’s older, we can learn together. Omg, that’s exactly what we’ll do. Your Everyday Heroes – Garage Band. I know his mother will love that since she’s a band nerd. lol. I should erase this, if she ever read that, I bet she’d be pretty angry.

No one ever reads to the end of the article, you all came here to watch the video, this is all just so i can say Child Musicians a few more times. If you’ve read this far and are waiting for this article to end, well you’re in luck. Please follow up on Social Media, and come back often, our page will be redesigned shortly and we have some new heroes coming out. ALSO! I’ going to check in with our Video Production company, but wouldn’t you want to know if this band stuck it out? Oh man, I do. Child Musicians all grown up! That’s what we’ll call it. DIBS on the idea!

Video Production: Rocko Productions
Review Written By: M. Cardinal
Date Written: Mar 24th, 2020
Your Everyday Hero: The Bolts – Child Musicians

Child musicians FAQs

How do child musicians become successful?

– Follow Success – Copy What Works.
– Rehearse and record where successful bands rehearse and record.
– Educate yourself on the music industry.
– Networking.
– Build Your Fan Mailing List.
– Build Your Presence Both Online AND Offline.

Why do most child musicians bands fail?

There are a variety of reasons child musicians and indie artists fail. Some lack real talent or work ethic. Some suffer from bad timing – like starting up a hair metal band just as grunge began to take over in the early 90s. Other artists lack motivation or let their fears win.

Why do most good child musician bands break up?

Money. From baby bands to superstars, unfortunately, money is the main reason bands break up. The baby to mid-size bands that legitimately cannot survive on the income their band is generating tend to get tired of living well below the poverty line.

Who was the most successful child musician band?

– Nirvana
– The Ramones
– The Kingsmen
– Creedence Clearwater Revival
– Paul Revere and the Raiders
– The Who
– Buddy Holly
– Weezer

In addition, look for more videos with our music heroes:

Your Everyday Heroes tells the stories of people who are the living embodiment of inspiration. From mechanics to motivational speakers and everywhere in between. There is no shortage of astonishing and inspiring stories to be told!

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Chicago Blues – Infectious smile

Feel good Story – Banjo americana

New Music – A meaningful message

Creative Artist – A rambler and a rocker

Music Inspiration – Educate through music


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