This is too much for my rusty fingers

Hi everyone,
Came across this site from an amazed friend. I personnaly think it's too much for my rusty fingers.
Click on the little picture to view the movie of this little rocker.

What do you think? :D


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Thanks for pointing her site out, talented kid.

... Lee, you were still eating paint chips at age 10 right? :P

sounds great, but i remember having a childhood aged 10, who remembers Chopper bikes? Skateboards? the summer of 76' ? i had my first girlfriend aged 11, Shirley Evans, we dated for 6 weeks all the way through the school holiday and we broke up just when we went back, i can remember going to Southend funfair on a sat afternoon and skipping the fare on the train with my cousin Les when i was 12, we went every week with a couple of pounds each.. but when i was 10 i never beat a grown man in a tennis tournament, to us it was unthinkable, just a dream, i suppose some 10yr olds might have acheived it.. :lol:

You have managed to turn a dig at you into another tennis thread ... amazing :D

:lol: I know !! i suprise myself sometimes.

Sounds strange coming from me, but "information overload", Lee. On topic, I'm wary of "prodigy guitarists aged only..." splashes. I remember a local news prog in the '70s featuring some 11yo who could widdle and widdle and widdle. Grown men were crying into their pork-chop sideburns.

The next time I saw him was the same clip on a comedy prog, taking the mickey out of him. Young talent is a great thing, but I hate to see pressure and expectancy heaped on those shoulders.

e.g., that 10yo tennis git - Andrew Murray. Never heard of him since.

Rusty fingers? Are you a robot?

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