1,000 Musicians Gather to Play Foo Fighter's "Learn to Fly" in Cesena, Italy (VIDEO)

One thousand musicians banded together in Italy to perform the Foo Fighters’ “Learn to Fly” all at once in an attempt to woo the band to come play a show
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After a year of hard work and many rehearsals, 1,000 musicians gathered in Cesena, Italy to perform the Foo Fighter's hit "Learn to Fly" in an attempt to lure the band to play a show there. The last time the Foos played in the area was 1997, and the musicians are hoping that their performance will convince Dave Grohl, Nate Mendel and the rest of the band to play there soon. Fingers crossed...

Props to our bass brothers and sisters over there for nailing the low end. Nate Mendel will be proud:


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