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Jaw Dropping 4 Year Old Drummer

1 May 2009 by: Adam Major No Comment

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Don’t believe me click on this link and watch the full video

As I was searching youtube for a cover AC/DC’s new track Rock N’ Roll Train, I landed on Joe’s Cover. The title was : AC/DC – Rock n Roll Train, Drum Cover, 4 Year Old Drummer. Through the years I’ve heard many young drummers but this one was jaw dropping. After viewing his nice AC/DC cover I noticed that he covered The Who’s Won’t Get Fooled Again track and Joe again simply owned it! here is the link: Joe’s Won’t Get Fooled Again can’t wait to see what he will be playing at the age of 30.

Joe was born and raised in a thriving Canadian Metropolis way back in the Summer of 2004 to very proud parents. He is very proud of his Canadian/African heritage, and that’s why there is so much Canadian content in Joe’s choice of music.

Joe is a drummer who began playing in May of 2008. He was 3.5 years old. He has had no lessons and has learned to play by watching drummers on YouTube. He plays at least an hour a day. Joe also chooses all of the song that he puts on YouTube.

He plays a ____ Junior 5 Piece kit with ___ _____ Coated Heads. Joe Kicks a __ ____ ___Pedal and uses __stands and Hardware. He punishes _____ 8″ and 12″ Splash Cymbals. Joe also assaults a ______ 14″ Crash and a 16″ _____Crash. He also hammers on ________ 13″ Hi-Hat cymbals and ________ 16″ Splash and 12″ China Cymbal . He also uses ___ ___7a custom sticks(custom as in, cut down 1.5 inches by daddy). LOL… He says he still needs more cymbals. LOL. Bryan Adams has seen and has favorited Joe’s Drum Cover of, “Summer of ’69”. 

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