For a while, the COVID-19 pandemic threw us all for a loop and even the people who were lucky enough not to be directly affected found their lives disrupted. Moreover, now that we know how bad quarantine was for people’s physical and mental health, I thought I’d repost this article that shows how there were a few good things that came out of it.
Colt Clark from Tampa, Florida, is a professional musician while his wife Aubree is a photographer. Unfortunately, their businesses ground to a halt due to Covid, which on the bright side meant more quality time with their three kids that they homeschool. Luckily, ten-year-old Cash already knew how to play bass guitar, and eight-year-old Beckett is a drum expert! And their six-year-old sister Bellamy can sing backup, dance, and even shake maracas!
With music running in their veins, the family decided to start a band that they call “Colt Clark and the Quarantine kids!” And their nightly family jams became a quarantine internet hit. Moreover, their rendition of the Beatles hit “Come Together” is especially popular.
The Dad leads the covers while the three kids have the time of their lives playing their instruments. Furthermore, they are brilliant and bring to life every song that they sing.
Watch the video of them below:
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