Back in 2015 when 10-year-old Arthur Bolzonella walked onto The Voice Kids’ stage he quickly managed to captivate the crowd singing a Bob Dylan classic. It is Nice to go back at it, as it warms the hearts of those who watched.
Arthur’s captivating performance of Bob Dylan’s “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door” during his blind audition at the young age of 10 left a lasting impression on viewers of the talent show. His rendition not only turned the chairs of all three coaches but also led him to choose Louis Bertignac as his mentor.


The song “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door” gained iconic status after its appearance in the 1973 film “Pat Garrett and Billy The Kid,” followed by Bob Dylan’s global release as a single. Its timeless appeal continues to resonate through generations, inspiring both established artists and budding talents like Arthur Arthur’s choice to perform Dylan’s masterpiece underscores the enduring relevance of Dylan’s work in contemporary music culture.
Arthur switched only one seat early, but then he improved as it went and in the very end of the song he fills our hearts with joy, when the the remaining judges turn the seat at the very dead-end. Arthur’s mama couldn’t hide her joy. The son had done a big job, he won over the judges.

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