Video: 9-Month-Old Baby 'Plays Along' To PANTERA Song On 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!'

November 19, 2014

Former PANTERA and current HELLYEAH drummer Vinnie Paul Abbott is sending a mini-metalhead starter kit to the 8-month-old Wyatt, who was seen in a viral video faux-jamming (there's an adult moving his arms) to the PANTERA classic "5 Minutes Alone".

Vinnie tells he was so blown away by Wyatt's clip he reached personally reached out to the kid's parents in Kentucky. He has put together a $400 ddrum D1 starter kit — consisting of 2 cymbals, a snare drum, a bass drum, 3 tom toms and sticks — which he's shipping this week to Wyatt along with a personal message.

Wyatt's cover of the PANTERA track caught the attention of Jimmy Kimmel, so the TV talk-show host brought the now-9-month-old in for a heavy metal edition of "Can They Do It Live?" Check it out below. Also available is the original video of Wyatt playing tiny drums (with some help) made of cans and pencils, with two kick drums that read "Vulgar Display Of Cuteness."

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