“It was immediate,” she says. “He could play right away. It gave him confidence, in the immediate, and I think long term it helps him in every aspect of his life.” She remembers her own childhood in working-class Boston. “I know exactly what he could be out doing,” Martin says. “That enters my mind. We are so lucky to have found School of Rock. He’s there Thursday, Friday and Saturday every week, all year.” Rush’s prog-metal is not for beginners, with its time shifts and reggae twist. “They’ve never played this before,” Pessia says, turning to whisper in awe. “The first time.” So who are these kids? The future? An aberration?
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