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, ten, came onto The Voice Kids’ stage and immediately captivated the audience with a Bob Dylan song. It’s a really talented song that has a lot of strength.

Arthur (10) chose Bob Dylan’s “Knockin ‘on Heaven’s Door” for his blind audition. Given that the young man will force the three coaches to alter their methods, it was a wise decision. Ultimately, he has decided that Louis Bertignac will be his coach!

When this song was included in the 1973 film Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid, it has sent chills down the spine of many people. A few months later, Dylan released “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door,” a song that quickly gained international recognition.

It makes sense that throughout the years, Dylan has influenced a wide range of musicians. Like Arthur, several well-known and up-and-coming musicians have frequently performed his tunes. Some music, in Arthur’s opinion, is ageless and should be passed down through the years. Bob Dylan is a well-known singer whose songs have touched people’s souls since the early 1960s and continue to do so.

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

“Mama, please remove this badge from me; I’m done using it.” I feel as though I’m at the door of paradise as it gets darker and darker until it’s too dark for me to see.

A 10-year-old child from “The Voice” makes every chair turn with a touching 1973 cover of Bob Dylan.

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