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Tool’s ’46 and 2′ Masterfully Covered by Kids [Watch]

It’s one thing to watch a kid strum away to ‘Smoke on the Water’ for five minutes and another to watch a group of kids take on one of metal’s most complex acts. Covering Tool‘s ’46 and 2,’ the students of Aaron O’Keefe are enough proof to nominate him as teacher of the year, regardless of him working in a school district or not.

These kids come across as veteran professional musicians and show just what practice and dedication can do. They play the song with feel and intensity, almost as if they wrote this song themselves. Our hats are off to these kids and Aaron O’Keefe for delivering such perfection.

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