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Win Butler, John Oates, Preservation Hall Jazz Band cover “Fame” in tribute to David Bowie — watch

on March 07, 2016, 4:00pm

At this year’s inaugural Okeechobee Music & Arts Festival, an all-star collective featuring Arcade Fire’s Win Butler, Mumford and SonsMarcus MumfordMiguelJohn Oates, SkrillexKamasi WashingtonThe Preservation Hall Jazz Band, and more joined forced for what was billed as the “PoWoW!” superjam. Their setlist of covers featured songs by Led Zeppelin, The Rolling Stones, The Clash, and even Drake’s “Hotline Bling”.

There was also a two-song tribute to David Bowie with back-to-back performances of “Fame” and “Rebel Rebel”. Rolling Stone has shared pro-shot footage of “Fame”, which you can watch below.

Following the performance, Butler told the audience, “David Bowie is alive. There’s no one who lives and touches that many people who doesn’t live forever. He’s going to live forever in all of us. He was a perfect human, a perfect man. We were lucky to be on earth at the same time.”