Nandi Bushell, 11, from Great Britain has talent. The world-famous band recognized this and brought the musician on stage for a performance in L. A.
Many dreams come true. Sometimes even the really big ones. Nandi Bushell from Ipswich, England, is eleven and a passionate musician. Already when she was five she started playing the drums - and now competes with the drum elite. She now also plays electric guitar, electric bass, saxophone and piano.
Her YouTube videos, in which she performs songs by Lenny Kravitz, Questlove, and Matt Bellamy, regularly go viral. Legendary bands like Linkin Park, Slipknot and the Red Hot Chili Peppers celebrate it. The US trade magazine Modern Drummer even put it on the cover. More than 800,000 fans follow her on her Instagram profile.
Now the British had the next coup: After defeating Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl, who was among other things the drummer for Nirvana, in an online battle, he promised her a gig with his band. In Los Angeles they played the song "Everlong" together in front of 17,500 fans.