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 enthralled the crowd with a Bob Dylan song as soon as he took the stage with The Voice Kids. It’s a very strong song with a lot of talent.

For his blind audition, Arthur (10) selected “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door” by Bob Dylan. It was the right choice, considering that the young man will compel the three coaches to modify their approaches. In the end, he’s determined that his coach will be Louis Bertignac!

Many individuals have experienced shivers down their spines since this song was included in the 1973 movie Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid. Dylan published “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door” a few months later, and the song immediately became well-known throughout the world.

It seems logical that a variety of musicians have been impacted by Dylan over the years. Like Arthur, a number of well-known and emerging artists have played his songs on a regular basis. According to Arthur, some music never goes out of style and ought to be passed down through the ages. Since the early 1960s, Bob Dylan has been a well-known artist whose songs have touched people’s hearts and still do.

No matter how many times you hear them, some songs will always make you cry.

“Mama, take this badge off of me; I’m done with it.” It grows deeper and darker until it’s too black for me to see, giving me the impression that I’m at the entrance of paradise.

A 10-year-old “The Voice” kid makes every chair turn with a heartfelt rendition of Bob Dylan from 1973.

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