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    3 hrs ago | WHO-AM Des Moines

    Do you want the Foo Fighters to play your town? Well gather up 1,000 musicians and play Learn to Fly, and they just might! - WATCH THIS VIRAL VIDEO! The Foo Fighters have agreed to perform in Cesena, Italy after being wooed by 1,000 musicians playing a synchronized rendition of the Learn to Fly . How could they say no after this? AMAZING STUFF! { "position1" : { "type" : "show", "id" : 20710735, "name" : "Simon Conway", "description" : "It's fun! It's local! It's conservative, and it's on Monday through Friday."

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  2. Joan Walsh on the Rise of the Disgusting "Cuckservative" SlurRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Little Green Footballs

    ... Then Charles kinda floated this idea about a favorite Pages kinda entry. That was a ... So this gentleman in Cesena, Italy, really really wants the Foo Fighters to play there. So what does he do? He organizes an event of 1000 guitarists, bass ...

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  3. Must Watch Videos- Shawn Mendes, U2 and The Weeknd -August 3, 2015Read the original story

    6 hrs ago | TheCelebrityCafe

    ... for their latest single, "Omen." The most unique video though this week goes to a cover video. 1,000 fans in Cesena, Italy came together to perform their own cover of the Foo Fighters "Learn to Fly." The goal of this video was to get the band to ...

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  4. Foo Fighters Are Heading To Cesena, ItalyRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | WBOS-FM Boston

    It worked; Foo Fighters are headed to Italy to play after 1,000 fans in Cesena performed in a video for the group`s "Learn To Fly" designed to lure the group to their city. Frontman Dave Grohl posted a video speaking in Italian, saying, "Hello Cesena.

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    8 hrs ago | 97.1 ZHT

    1000 musicians play Learn to Fly by the Foo Fighters to ask Dave Grohl to come and play in Cesena, Italy. Dave responds in Italian below. Full story

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  6. 1,000 Italians Sing Foo Fighters in UnisonRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | 700WLW Cincinnati

    This group of a 1,000 musicians include: 350 guitarists, 250 vocalists, 250 drummers, and 150 bassists, all play the Foo Fighters' song " Learn to Fly ." They did this to get the Foo Fighters to come to Cesena, Italy to do a concert.

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  7. Journalists Attend Secret Koch Brothers Meeting and Agree Not to Name DonorsRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Little Green Footballs

    ... Then Charles kinda floated this idea about a favorite Pages kinda entry. That was a ... So this gentleman in Cesena, Italy, really really wants the Foo Fighters to play there. So what does he do? He organizes an event of 1000 guitarists, bass ...

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  8. No, Conservatives - the US Navy Is NOT Filing Charges Against Lt. Cmdr. Timothy WhiteRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Little Green Footballs

    ... Then Charles kinda floated this idea about a favorite Pages kinda entry. That was a ... So this gentleman in Cesena, Italy, really really wants the Foo Fighters to play there. So what does he do? He organizes an event of 1000 guitarists, bass ...

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  9. Bruce Hornsby With Shawn Colvin: "Lost Soul"Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Little Green Footballs

    ... Then Charles kinda floated this idea about a favorite Pages kinda entry. That was a ... So this gentleman in Cesena, Italy, really really wants the Foo Fighters to play there. So what does he do? He organizes an event of 1000 guitarists, bass ...

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  10. The Click - 8.3.2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 8, 2015 | WRQX

    ... calls of all time, check out the video below. Lead Singer for Foo-Fighters, Dave Grohl, promised to perform in Cesena, Italy, after a video of several hundred musicians performing "Learn To Fly". Grohl responded to that video in a video which he ...

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  11. Dave Grohl responds in Italian to 1,000 fans who covered a Learn to FlyaRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

    Remember when 1,000 die-hard Foo Fighters fans united in Cesena, Italy, to cover "Learn to Fly" in the hope that the band would come play a show there? Well, the Foo Fighters noticed, and now Dave Grohl has responded - in Italian. In the video, "Davide" says he loved the video and that the band is planning to come visit.

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  12. Foo Fighters Promise to Visit Italian Town After Viral VideoRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | RollingStone

    Dave Grohl has promised to bring the Foo Fighters to Cesena, Italy after a video showing 1,000 Italian musicians performing the group's "Learn to Fly" in unison went viral. 350 guitarists, 250 singers, 250 drummers and 150 bassists all banded together for the Cesena spectacle, which already racked up over 15 million views on YouTube in just three days.

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  13. Learn to Fly - Foo Fighters Rockin 1000 Official VideoRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | 96.1 The Rocket

    In an attempt to get Foo Fighters to play in his hometown of Cesena, Italy, a rocker named Fabio Zaffagnini assembled 1,000 singers and players in a field and shot a video of them performing "Learn to Fly."

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  14. VIDEO: Italian rock fans use viral video to woo Foo FightersRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | WTHI-TV Terre Haute

    A team, dubbed Rockin' 1,000, filmed a unique viral video with hopes of wooing the Foo Fighters to their corner of Italy. More than 1,000 musicians, comprised of drummers, guitarists, bassists and singers gathered together to perform one of the band's biggest hits "Learn to Fly."

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  15. Dave Grohl Responds After 1,000 Musicians Play Foo Fighters Song in...Read the original story

    Yesterday | WABC-AM New York

    How do you convince one of the biggest rock bands in the world to come play a gig in your city? Do their job for them! One-thousand musicians in Cesena, Italy, banded together to cover the Foo Fighters' hit song "Learn To Fly" in an effort to show the five band members that they needed to come play a show for these die-hard fans. The project, which involved a field full of hundreds of drummers, guitarists, and vocalists, was conceived and arranged by a single fan who addressed the band directly after the performance.

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  16. 1,000 people play 'Learn to Fly'Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | KFI

    The people of Cesena, Italy really love Foo Fighters. Watch this awesome video of 1,000 people playing Foo Fighters' 'Learn to Fly' together.

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  17. 1,000 Musicians ask Foo Fighters to visit and succeed - VIDEORead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Las Vegas Review Journal

    A thousand musicians came together in the town of Cesena, Italy to cover "Learn to Fly" by the Foo Figthers. Yup. A thousand.

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  18. Fans woo Foo Fighters with videoRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | CNN

    If you want to get the attention of a world-famous rock band, try this: Grab hundreds of your closest friends and make a video of one of their songs. Hey, it worked for the Rockin' 1000 -- a group of 1,000 Italian Foo Fighters fans who banded together to entice the rockers to play a gig in Cesena.

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  19. VIDEO: 1,000 Foo Fighters fans 'Learn to Fly'Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | WPTV Local News

    ... a group of 1,000 Italian Foo Fighters fans who banded together to entice the rockers to play a gig in Cesena. CESENA, Italy - (CNN) -- If you want to get the attention of a world-famous rock band, try this: Grab hundreds of your closest friends and ...

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  20. 1,000 Foo Fans Cover 'Learn To Fly' To Bring Them To ItalyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 30 | The Bear Rocks

    1,000 Musicians all got together to cover the Foo Fighters 'Learn to Fly' to convince the band to play in Cesena, Italy! The website "Rockin' 1000" claims that Dave and the gang haven't been to Romagna since 1997. If that's not enough, the diehard ...

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