Jun 242014

Kids say the darnedest things!

Kids say the darnedest things!

I heartily encourage you to follow this link to a piece on School of Rock kids watching and reacting to a video by the Philadelphia band Man Man. You won’t be disappointed by following this link and reading/watching the piece. Then, let us know which future rocker(s) would make the grade in your band. Thank you for following the link to this piece.


  6 Responses to “The Answer Is Obvious: Which Future Rocker Do You Want in Your Band?”

  1. 2000 Man

    So after I watched the video of the kids, I watched the video of the band they saw. Do these kids know that as part of their School of Rock “education” they’re going to be in a Frank Zappa cover band if all goes well? Then they can say Man Man is following in FZ’s footsteps. I don’t like Man Man very much if that song is representative of their music.

  2. That little kid with ear plugs is hi-larious and a real punk. Although I am also partial to the girl who dubbed them Ugly Man. A perfect band to play Wimbledon’s after party.

  3. That song is painful but the School of Rock guy is annoying too. I will take the kid with the earplugs and the drumsticks. I like the way he seems to be just taking it all in. Maybe he’ll end up realizing that Man Man is not the greatest band in the world, but if so, I think he will get there on his own terms and in his own time.

  4. Yeah, to me the little kid with the drumsticks and the earbuds is the obvious kid I’d want in my band. He seems so open to the possibilities of rock.

  5. 2000 Man

    Either that or he’s just being contrary to the other kids, which is certainly a desirable trait in a Rock Star.

  6. ladymisskirroyale

    Little dude with earbuds and drumsticks clearly has a future career as a music critic.

    If the School of Rock dude had given the Man Man Band some historical context (post punk, world music, FZ, Wimbledon, vuvuzelas), they could have used the observation as a learning experience and forwarded their careers as future music critics.

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