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If you’re into rock and roll chances are The Robotix are a band whose musicians are kids you wouldn’t mind jamming with until midnight in their parents garage. Don’t let their age fool you.

“We’re pretty good,” said lead singer Angelina Baez. She may be right. Despite every member of the band being under fifteen years old the group’s popularity is on the rise. Some members have reached what some might say is celebrity status. Twelve year old Japanese guitarist Yuto Miyazawa has played on the Ellen show and rocked on stage with Ozzy Osbourne.

“I like playing in a band with kids my age,” said Miyazawa.

On drums is eight year old Logan “Robot” Gladden. He may be in elementary school but he’s a master at keeping the beat. Gladden believes it’s not just the music that makes this band unique.

“I have a lot of fun with this band because I think it’s fun that we get people from all over the world,” said Gladden.

“You sort of become a different person when you go on stage,” said guitar player Brendan James. “It’s just a major adrenaline rush.”

The Robotix have released their new single and will be releasing their new album later this year.

Watch the video above about The Robotix written by journalist Austin Wright and shot by videographer Chris Ghanbari.

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Austin Wright

This story was reported by: Austin Wright (15 Videos)

Hello DFW my name is Austin Wright and I'm proud to say that I was born and raised right here In North Texas. I come from a huge family that is made up of some of the most remarkable people I've ever had the privilege of knowing. They say everything is bigger in Texas and the Wright family is no exception. Dreams as we know are an important part of life but in order to truly sleep sound at night we must turn our dreams into reality and live them. Aviation has always been a dream of mine and after graduating from Eastern Hills in 2001 I hit the ground running and eventually earned my wings. For the past six years I've piloted corporate jets all over the world. My travels have allowed me to walk the streets of some amazing cities. However no matter where I am Dallas will always be home. Like flying broadcasting has always been another passion of mine. I'm excited to be a member of this very talented news team and I look forward to upholding our long standing tradition of bringing the DFW community positive, upbeat news.

 

2 Responses to “Japanese star Yuto Miyazawa among members of kid band [HD]”

  1. Brad Says:

    It is fascinating how such a young group of kids can produce this quality of music!!

    Great article, Mr. Wright!!

  2. Chris Ghanbari Says:

    Brad, you rock!

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