This one has something almost all the other examples lack. The kid is smiling.
He’s having fun. It’s kinda depressing looking at the other kids on YouTube, resolutely trying to play some awful metal dirge their father played in a garage band back in the day. They all appear to be getting the Joe Jackson treatment, good and hard, when the camera is off. There’s something about this little fellow that hints that dad doesn’t make him do it. He simply couldn’t keep him out of the practice room, no matter how hard he tried. I could picture him sitting in dad’s lap for a minute and a half, and then grabbing a stick out of his hands. I help. So, good on you, little feller, and good on your dad for letting you, not making you.
I’ll see you and raise you, dad. If he ain’t pulling in folding money by the time he’s ten, he’ll have to settle for a silver.