Nandi Bushell Dedicates Cover Of The Who's 'My Generation' To Keith Moon
By Katrina Nattress
February 15, 2021
Nandi Bushell's back with another drum cover, and this one's one of her most complex yet.
On Sunday (February 14), the 10-year-old prodigy shared a video where she's drumming along to The Who's iconic 1965 hit "My Generation," decked out in a shirt decorated with a glittery peace sign. "This one's for you, Moonie!" she yells before getting to work, referring to the band's late drummer Keith Moon. Bushell reiterated her dedication in the video's YouTube description, too.
"WARNING: Extreme Awesomeness and Flashing Lights! Bruh! Keith Moon!!! Unreal! This one is for you Mooney!" she wrote. "One of the most difficult covers I have ever made. I think this song really suits my style. Fast, Fun and Rocking with a Punk edge!"
Watch her cover "My Generation" above.
This is Bushell's fourth cover of 2021. So far, she's learned about Britpop with a cover of Blur's "Song 2," went through an "emo phase" with a cover of My Chemical Romance's "Welcome To The Black Parade," and created a loop of drums, guitar, bass, and the iconic "ahh-aah" vocals of Led Zeppelin's "The Immigrant Song" to celebrate Jimmy Page's birthday. Not too shabby, considering we're only six weeks into the year.
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