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Tag Archives: OKeefe Music Foundation

Watch kids cover Pantera’s “Walk” with nine-year-old singer

Posted by on March 5, 2020

The O’Keefe Music Foundation has published another incredible video of kids covering iconic bands. This clip involves a nine-year-old-singer covering Pantera’s classic song, “Walk.” The rest of the group ranges from age 15 & 16, and you can see the full lineup and video below: Colt Shedden (9) – vocals  Aidan Fisher (16) – lead […]

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Watch new group of kids/teens cover Slipknot

Posted by on August 22, 2019

The O’Keefe Music Foundation have premiered a studio version of young musicians covering Slipknot’s “Devil In I.” Last month, we saw an 8-year-old singer cover the song as this version features a whole new band. Members include Macy Addis (16) on vocals, Taylor Campbell (8) smashing the beer keg, Nate Tharp (14) on drums, Noah […]

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Watch five teenagers cover Pantera’s “I’m Broken”

Posted by on August 9, 2019

Last month, we heard kids cover Slipknot’s “The Devil In I,” and now the O’Keefe Music Foundation have published a new video of five teenagers ripping through Pantera’s “I’m Broken.” This time around, the lead vocalist is 16-years old with Kaden Karns behind the microphone. The rest of the group includes Hunter Hallberg (14) on […]

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The O’Keefe kids are back with more Tool

Posted by on May 23, 2016

We’ve written about the O’Keefe Music Foundation kids before, most recently a few weeks ago when they covered a Danzig song coincidentally right when it was announced the Misfits were reuniting. The first time we wrote about them, however, it was when they were covering Tool’s “Sober.”  Well, now a separate group of them are covering […]

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Danzig sounds just as evil covered by kids

Posted by on May 12, 2016

  We’re no strangers to the O’Keefe Music Foundation. It’s essentially like a School of Rock that rocks even more, a non-profit music organization that aims to teach kids about the recording industry by recording and releasing music. They’ve covered Slipknot (and shot a house-trashing video) and of course Tool, which initially brought them to our […]

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Kids wreck house for cover of Slipknot’s ‘Duality’

Posted by on February 1, 2016

The O’Keefe Music Foundation is like a more metal version of School of Rock. A non-profit music organization that aims to teach kids about the recording industry by recording and releasing music, we’ve written about them covering Tool before, and nailing it. Now they’ve returned with a cover of Slipknot’s “Duality,” and an even better […]

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Watch some kids nail a cover of Tool’s “Sober”

Posted by on July 15, 2015

Move over, Breaking Benjamin. While they did a perfectly serviceable acoustic cover of Tool’s “Prison Sex” that made its way online earlier this week, they just got blown away by a group of kids who mostly weren’t alive when BB’s first album came out in 2002. The OKeefe Music Foundation is a non-profit music organization that aims […]

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