11-year-old Jack impressed the coaches on The Voice UK Kids this week.
And after his performance, the youngster got jamming with Danny Jones.
It was the second episode of the new series, which is open to children aged 7 to 14.
Danny is joined by Pixie Lott and Will.i.am as coaches in the spinning red chairs, mentoring the youngsters as they compete for a £30,000 prize and a family trip to Disneyland Paris.
Just like the main show, The Voice Kids kicks off with the Blind Auditions, with each coach needing to fill a team of 12 singers.
Jack performed Free falling by John Mayer an had all three coaches turning for his performance.
He then told the coaches of his favourite acts: “I like listening to McFly, I like listening to all of you but mostly rock bands like Guns n Roses and ACDC. I play with my band, I play lead guitar and solos.”
“Right up my street, pal!” Danny reacted, “Let’s jam!”
The pair then performed Sweet Child Of Mind together with The Voice Kids’ band.
And after that it was little surprise when Jack chose to join Danny’s team.
After two weeks of blind auditions on The Voice Kids UK, Team Pixie and Danny both have a total of six acts while Team Will has the five.
More of those who won spots on the teams in Saturday’s show included 14-year-old Amaria from Hackney who auditioned with A Change Is Gonna Come by Sam Cooke and 14-year-old Zena who belted out Mamma Knows Best by Jessie J.
We also met Jake from Wigan who performed All Of Me by John Legend, 14-year-old Perry from Norwich singing Stay With Me by Sam Smith and 13-year-old Jess from Essex belting out Ain’t Got Far To Go by Jess Glynne.
The Voice UK Kids continues next week at 7:30PM on ITV, Saturday night.