English singer David Bowie performing at the Live Aid concert at Wembley Stadium in London, 13th July 1985. The concert raised funds for famine relief in Ethiopia. (Photo by Georges De Keerle/Getty Images)
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By NME
August 1, 2016

A group made up of a 1,000 musicians have covered David Bowie’s ‘Rebel Rebel’.

Rockin’ 1000, who describe themselves as the world’s biggest rock band, gathered in Orogel Stadium in Cesena, Italy to perform the late musician’s classic track.

The band include several hundred singers, guitarists, bass players, percussionists as well as dozens of keyboardists, violinists and even a handful of bagpipe players.

Anyone can volunteer to join the 1,000 strong ensemble by signing up through their official website.

The group previously covered Foo Fighter’s ‘Learn To Fly’ in a bid to get the band to play in their city.

Following the performance – footage of which went viral – the band subsequently played a gig in Cesena last November, inviting the organisers of the video to join them onstage.

Rockin’ 1000 have since also covered The White Stripe’s ‘Seven Nation Army’ and Nirvana’s ‘Smells Like Teen Spirit’.

This article originally appeared on NME.com

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