David Bowie’s “Rebel Rebel” Performed Live by The Biggest Rock Band on Earth (1,000 Musicians in Total)

Feeling a little rebellious today? Ready to take on the great con? This will help get you going.

Above, watch the biggest rock band on earth–1,000 members strong–perform a rousing version of David Bowie’s “Rebel Rebel” (1974). This cracking performance took place last summer in Cesena, Italy–roughly a year after the collective gave a similar treatment to the Foo Fighters’ “Learning to Fly.” Hopefully other songs recorded that night will eventually appear on Rockin’ 1000’s YouTube channel. Who knows, maybe there’s a version of the Stones’ “Street Fighting Man” still to come.

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