[MUSIC PLAYING] OPRAH WINFREY: At
just three months old, Julian Pavone got his
first set of drumsticks. While still in diapers,
this tiny phenom began pounding out beats like Ringo. Today at the ripe age of
three, this little drummer boy is unstoppable. [CHEERING] Well, Lisa is here,
and Lisa is Julian’s mom. When did you realize
that he had a gift? Oh, my gosh. Julian, really, I think it
started in the womb with him. He was very active. I always had music on my belly. And he kicked very
regularly from the start. OPRAH WINFREY: Really?
– Yes, yes. He was hearing the downbeat. He must’ve. Must’ve been feeling the groove. Feeling the groove. When did you realize
that it wasn’t just, you know, a two-year-old
or one-year-old beating on the drums, but that there
was actually a gift here? Exactly. You know, initially,
every parent, I think, is very proud in things
their child is doing. OPRAH WINFREY: Oh, watch
him playing the dru– yeah. Yes.
Doing everything amazingly. You know, he sat in
front of the drum set when he was six months
old in the highchair. He started doing drum
rolls around then. He started playing
beats at nine months. And he had some very– So he could play drums
before he was potty trained? LISA PAVONE: Yes.
– Yeah. Yes, definitely. And he had some
professional musicians really help him along the way
and acknowledge his talent as well. Acknowledge his talent. Dad, yes.