11-Year-Old Jack Goodacre Reignites Tom Petty Classic On The Voice Kids

Witnessing the birth of a young rock star on stage is a rarity, but Jack Goodacre, a contestant on The Voice Kids and aspiring rock star, seized this opportunity. With confidence and passion, Jack delivered a captivating rendition of Tom Petty’s timeless classic “Free Fallin'” that left the audience and judges in awe of his vocal prowess.

At just 11 years old, Jack impressed with not only his singing but also his guitar skills, inherited from his father with whom he shares a band. Supported by his loving family backstage, Jack’s enthusiasm for music was palpable as he took the stage with a beaming smile and gave it his all.

But Jack’s talents didn’t end with his audition performance. When asked about his musical interests, he revealed a love for rock music and even joined Danny Jones for an impromptu performance of Guns N’ Roses’ “Sweet Child O’ Mine,” showcasing his versatility and stage presence.

While Jack didn’t advance past the semi-finals of The Voice Kids, he continued to pursue his dream of becoming a music star. Alongside his father, Tim, he found success on Britain’s Got Talent, earning a spot in the live segments after receiving Simon Cowell’s Golden Buzzer.

Beyond talent shows, Jack embarked on a solo career as an independent artist, releasing his debut single “Brightside” in 2018. His blend of upbeat pop-blues style and undeniable talent garnered attention, further solidifying his potential as a rising star.

In addition to his solo endeavors, Jack graced the stage in Andrew Lloyd-Webber’s musical adaptation of the iconic rock movie School Of Rock, captivating audiences with his performances night after night in London.

With an impressive vocal range, a passion for rock and roll, and a promising future ahead, Jack Goodacre is a rising star worth keeping an eye on. Follow his journey on Instagram for more electrifying performances and updates from this young rock sensation.

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