With Bob Dylan’s 1973 sentimental version of “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door,” a 10-year-old kid turns every seat on “The Voice.”

Arthur Bolzonella, 10, went onto The Voice Kids’ stage and soon captivated the audience by singing a Bob Dylan song. It’s a strong song with a lot of talent behind it.

Arthur (10) picked Bob Dylan’s “Knockin ‘on Heaven’s Door” for his blind audition. A wise decision since the little lad will turn the three coaches around. He has ultimately decided on Louis Bertignac as his coach!

Since its debut in the 1973 film Pat Garrett and Billy The Kid, this song has given many goosebumps. Dylan released the song “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door” a few months later, and it became a worldwide smash.

It’s no wonder that Dylan has spawned a slew of other musical talents throughout the years. His songs have also been frequently performed by both renowned and aspiring artists such as Arthur, who believes that certain music is eternal and should be passed down from generation to generation. Bob Dylan, the legendary musician, has been touching people’s souls with his work since the early 1960s and continues to do so now.

Certain songs, no matter how many times you hear them, never fail to bring a tear to your eye.

“Mama, please take this badge off of me; I can’t use it any longer.” It’s becoming dark, too black for me to see – I feel like I’m knocking on the door of paradise…”

A 10-year-old youngster on ‘The Voice’ turns every chair with a nostalgic 1973 Bob Dylan cover.

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