Jesús del Río, a seven-year-old boy, conjured the spirit of the late Bon Scott during a performance of AC/DC’s perennial hit ‘Highway To Hell’ during an episode of The Voice Kids in Spain.

This isn’t one of those situations where a kid has done a thing, and everyone is blown away by the kid doing a thing because, well, it’s a kid… doing a thing. This particular kid, doing this particular thing, is undeniably impressive. del Río has some seriously earth-shattering pipes.

Within seconds of his performance, three judges hit their chairs to turn around. A fourth coach, who was unable to pick a new singer for his team, physically attempted to turn the chair around. Their reaction was ecstatic — it’s hard to be a TV singing competition sceptic when The Voice Spain is so joy-inducing. Check out the performance below.

Watch Jesús del Río cover AC/DC’s ‘Highway To Hell’ on The Voice Kids

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Last month, Foo Fighters joined forces with Brian Johnson to deliver a blistering cover of AC/DC’s ‘Back In Black’. The performance took place at the SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles for Global Citizen’s Vax Live event.

It saw Foo Fighters rip through a six-song set that included some of their classic hits like ‘Times Like These’, ‘Everlong’ and ‘My Hero’. However, it was their performance of ‘Back In Black’ with Johnson taking to the stage to provide vocals that was the unequivocable highlight of the performance.

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