The White Stripes are one of the biggest enigmas in modern rock. Their sound was based on the simplicity of just vocals, guitar and drums, shared between members Jack and Meg White. Well, 13 years after the release of their most popular Grammy winning track “Seven Nation Army,” all simplicity of the duo has been exchanged for 1,000 drummers and vocalists! How you could not find a single guitarist in a 1,000 people is beyond rational thought.
This gathering of individuals proves that the power of music can unite 1,000 people to play one song, but the idea of the greater good can’t get 535 voting members of Congress to agree on the same thing.
Check out the video below by the "Rockin' 1,000," which is the same group that performed the Foo Fighters' "Learn To Fly"
in Italy last summer.