Famed Foo Fighters drummer and singer Taylor Hawkins died out of the blue on March 25, 2022, at 50 years previous. (The precise explanation for demise is unknown at the moment.) Known for his “athletic” performances on stage, the sudden loss has hit laborious for his bandmates and followers. Rockin’1000, a large 1,000-person ensemble from Italy, is paying tribute to Hawkins and his abilities. The “biggest rock band on Earth” has coated the basic Foo Fighters single “My Hero” in honor of Hawkins.
The authentic track opens with Hawkins’ electrifying drumming that tells you to count on an epic tune. Rockin’1000 chooses to start out their cowl slightly in a different way to point out the monumental scale of their efficiency. The viral YouTube video begins with three musicians strumming guitars on a smaller stage earlier than panning the digital camera to the various drummers who lead us into the remainder of the track. Amazingly, everybody—together with the drummers, guitarists, and singers—works in good unison to ship a flawless efficiency. Watching them achieve this is particular and a becoming tribute to a musician who was an inspiration to many.
This isn’t the primary time Rockin’1000 has coated a Foo Fighters track. The group carried out “Learn to Fly” again in 2015. Like “My Hero,” if you realize the phrases to both track, you may’t assist however sing alongside.