The Rockin' 1000 Are Back With A Cover Of Foo Fighters' Saint Cecilia

4 January 2016, 12:27 | Updated: 4 January 2016, 14:31

Rockin' 1000 record Saint Cecilia

The collective have recorded another tribute for the Seattle band.

They pretty much made Dave Grohl's year when they covered Foo Fighter's Learn To Fly, and now the Rockin' 1000 are back with another tribute for their favourite band.

This time their latest video sees musicians from "all over the world" singing and performing Saint Cecilia, while holding up signs which read "I RULE" and "I AM NOT DONE."

The Rockin' 1000 first came to our attention when they created a video of 1000 musicians performing Learn To Fly in a bid to have the Foos play a gig in their hometown of Cesena in Italy.

Dave Grohl and the band were so touched they granted their wishes, playing a gig with a whopping 27-song set! 

And if that wasn't impressive enough, Dave and the boys headed to the afterparty.

Epic!


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