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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Relat­ed Con­tent:

1,000 Musi­cians Per­form Foo Fight­ers’ “Learn to Fly” in Uni­son in Italy

Dave: The Best Trib­ute to David Bowie That You’re Going to See

David Bowie & Bri­an Eno’s Col­lab­o­ra­tion on “Warsza­wa” Reimag­ined in Com­ic Ani­ma­tion

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