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

Ten-year-old Arthur Bolzonella entered The Voice Kids’ stage and quickly mesmerized the crowd with a Bob Dylan song. It’s a powerful song with a lot of skill in it.

For his blind audition, Arthur (10) selected Bob Dylan’s “Knockin ‘on Heaven’s Door.” It was a smart move since the young man will make the three coaches change their ways. In the end, he has chosen Louis Bertignac to be his coach!

This song has given countless people chills ever since it was included in the 1973 movie Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid. A few months later, Dylan published the song “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door,” which went on to become a global hit.

It seems sense that Dylan has inspired a multitude of different musicians over the years. Renowned and up-and-coming musicians alike, like Arthur, have also played his songs on a regular basis. Arthur feels that some music is timeless and ought to be passed down through the generations. Since the early 1960s, the renowned musician Bob Dylan has touched people’s souls with his songs, and he still does.

No matter how many times you hear some songs, they always manage to make you cry.

“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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