We all knew that the Beatles NEVER go out of style. Everyone, and I mean everyone, likes the Beatles. They have expired numerous musicals (Rain, Across The Universe) and are still selling at a rapid rate on iTunes. It seems like new compilation albums for the Beatles are coming out every year because their music is still in high demand.
John, Paul, Ringo, and George, you have made such an impact on the music industry, and that is evident in how the youngest generation knows your music.
The music of the Beatles has been passed on from one generation to another as we hear our parents play it, and our parents, parents played it.
We all know “Hey Jude”, “I Wanna Hold Your Hand”, “Twist and Shout”, and “I Am the Walrus.”
Watch kids from 6 to 10 answer questions about the Beatles and react to their musical performances and afterwards, a couple argue using a medley of 17 Beatles songs.
We will ignore Justin Beiber references, but accept the “He’s the Niall,” One Direction comments.
Watch kids react to the Beatles here
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On the latest episode of TheFineBros‘ “Kids React!” children take on the election, debates and political promises. Most of them are pretty upset about Mitt Romney’s plan to get rid of Big Bird and all of them have something thoughtful to say.
“They’re like five year olds fighting over a toy, but the toy is America,” said one of the kids. I wonder how much these kids learned on their own and how much has been fed to them by their parents. Still, I’m pretty impressed by how much they know!
Watch it here: