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Young Musicians Rock the Internet with Epic ‘Crazy Train’ Cover on Xylophones

by Madonna

A group of talented young musicians from the Louisville Leopard Percussionists has been making waves online with their electrifying rendition of Ozzy Osbourne’s classic hit, “Crazy Train.” In a video from 2012 that recently resurfaced, these 4th to 6th graders showcase their musical prowess using xylophones, drums, keyboards, and even a bass guitar to deliver a performance that’s nothing short of spectacular.

What’s truly remarkable isn’t just their technical skill, but also the sheer joy and passion they infuse into every note. Viewers have been captivated by their infectious enthusiasm, with comments pouring in praising their energy and talent.

The video gained such popularity that it caught the attention of Ozzy Osbourne himself, who expressed his admiration for their rendition and even invited them to perform for him and his family in 2018.

Founded in 1993 by Diane Downs, the Louisville Leopard Percussionists is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing comprehensive music education to children from diverse backgrounds. Their mission goes beyond teaching instruments; they aim to foster creativity, self-confidence, and important life values such as discipline, cooperation, and community.

Since their breakout performance of “Crazy Train,” these young musicians have continued to impress with other viral hits, showcasing their talents with songs by artists like Led Zeppelin and My Morning Jacket.

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