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For Posterity’s Sake

And so it begins…the basement/garage band that seems to be a rite of passage in multi-boy families. I think this is so cute. (thanks to Brooke for video taping this). This is a song the boys wrote with the cousin Sierra called “Life and Breath”. Josh, 10, is on drums; Caleb, 10, is on electric guitar; Israel, 9, on bass. We are grateful for the investment Jason’s parents made in these guys through buying very nice instruments and paying for lessons for J & C last year.

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16 thoughts on “For Posterity’s Sake

  1. They ROCK!! You must be so proud. So, is Maggs the upand coming vocalist of this garage band? 🙂

  2. Thanks for taking time to encourage them, gals. I can’t wait to read the comment box to them at the end of the day. I think they are so cute…trying to be big boys and all 🙂 . and yes, Maggs likes to sing along.

  3. Izzy, Josh & Caleb!

    I love it! Makes me ready to come back up and rehearse “God Over All” again.

    Keep it up gents and know I am praying for each of you.

    miss amanda

  4. Great job, guys! Very impressive. I had the same thought as Briana..are you gonna let your little sister join in with vocals?

  5. My son is only 4 years old but he is already showing his love for music! He loves drumming along as rock music/videos play and even sing parts of the song!

    These boys are so talented…congratulations!

  6. Looks like they’re taking after their musically gifted parents! Awesome guys! Keep it up. No better time than when you’re young to spend time playing music!

  7. Listen to 0:22-40 and the ending.
    Very Niiiiiiicce!
    Blended well together and has a sweet feel to it.
    Thanks for posting this.
    GIVE US MORE!

  8. Do they have a tour scheduled? When do the concert tickets go on sale? I can guarantee at least six ticket sales! 😉 Miss you guys.

  9. This is great. Thanks for sharing. I’m hoping your boys teach my boys some of this stuff (but that they practice in the detached garage!).

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