My first child, Antonio Jose Digale, is an amazing Spanish boy and, as you can plainly hear, he has an amazing voice, a voice that seems far beyond his years. Personally, I really don't know his age, but from the video below I would guess to him to be between 12 and 14 years of age. He may be young, but he sings with the maturity of a 25 year old. His voice is strong, smooth and confident. Listening to him sing this particular song makes my face light up and my feet want to get up and bogey! The song itself is fast, catchy and lively, as is his performance. Trust me, this kid can croon with the best of them.
Below, in this next YouTube video, we see the amazing 10 year old Decian Galbrith singing the hauntingly beautiful melody, "Tell Me Why?" His voice, as you can hear for yourself, is also confident, strong and he belts out this melody with an angelic voice that can compete with any of those from the Pearly Gates themselves! I just love this kid. It's truly amazing that such a big voice can come out of such a small body.
Next we have the most adorable little creature, the beautiful British girl, Connie Talbot. Janette, a friend, pointed this amazing Lilliputian singer out to me and I'm so glad that she did, as this tiny six-year old has an angelic face that could easily warm the coldest heart of any banker, or, for that matter, even the heart of Simon Cowell himself - which she also just happened to do, by the way!
Below we see this little angel bring tears of joy to one of the judges on the British show, "Britain's Got Talent," a show similar to American Idol, as she sings the old Judy Garland hit, "Somewhere Over the Rainbow." Judge for yourself, just how amazing little Connie is, by clicking on her YouTube video below and see if you don't agree with me.
Last, but certainly not the least, we find yet another amazing British child (apparently it's true - Britain does have talent!) by the name of Damian McGinty. Here we find Damian singing a beautiful rendition of the song, "Birds Without Wings." His voice is so steady, so wonderful, so rich and yet Damian is only 14 years old, and yes, if you think he sounds like a professional - you would be correct! That's because he just also happens to be the youngest member of the professional singing group, Celtic Thunder!
I really love this kid, his voice and pose are truly professional. In fact, it wasn't long after seeing him in this YouTube video, seen below, that I had to go and immediately buy his music from the iTunes music store. It was money well spent, I assure you!
What I find really amazing about these amazing kids is not just their amazing voices. No, what truly fascinates me is their display of confidence, their pose and professionalism. They conduct themselves with the confidence of a professional performer, which, of course - they all truly are, and they all talk, move, dance and sing with the grace of a butterfly (my apologies to the Champ) and I have no doubt that they could easily hold their own with any of the best of them.
Well, that's it for my very first post of 2009, and if you ask me, I couldn't have picked a better topic to start the year off. These kids truly are amazing, and all of them have truly amazing voices and amazing talent, and especially when considering their tender ages. Of course, all children, the world over, are amazing! Each and every child is precious and to be treasure for sure, but not many of them, and this goes, for that matter, with us adults too, could ever hope to sing as lovely as they! Chances are pretty good that we will all me seeing and hearing more from these four beautiful children, and I wish them well for the coming new year, and those in the future, both personally and professionally. So, please take the time to listen to these four amazing children, and, by all means, if your computer has premium speakers - than use them for goodness sake - you'll be much better able to appreciate the richness of their music all the more!
Also, I would like to wish the very best for the coming year to all the readers of this little practice blog of mine. So, from where ever you may come from, be it from Pflugerville, Texas, Beamsville, Ontario, Madras, Tamil Nadu, Müllheim, Baden-Württemberg, Rushden, Northamptonshire, Saint Charles, Illinois , Reading and Milton-Keyes, U.K., or from elsewhere, then please have - the very best 2009 possible! I truly appreciate your stopping by and sincerely hope that you will continue to do so.
Happy 2009 everyone!
And thats my 2 cents 4 this Thursday, January 01, 2009