VIDEO: ''School of Rock'' Reunion

 
VIDEO: ''School of Rock'' Reunion
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"Long Way To The Top" - School of Rock Reunion Concert Live.

School of Rock is a classic 2003 movie with actor and also great musician, Jack Black, in the lead role.

Down and out rock star Dewey Finn (Black) gets fired from his band, and he faces a mountain of debts and depression. He takes a job as a 4th grade substitute teacher at an uptight private school where his attitude and hijinx have a powerful effect on his students. He also meets Zack, a 10-year-old guitar prodigy, who could help Dewey win a "battle of the bands" competition, which would solve his financial problems and put him back in the spotlight.

Twelve years after the movie came out, the actors, who were just kids then, reunited for a concert.

Jack Black brought the entire cast up on stage for an epic rendition of "It's A Long Way To The Top" to close out the show.

Each cast member got to perform a special solo and here's the footage of the special event.

Will there be a sequel Jack? Then it must be College of Rock.

"Holy crap the girls have grown up, if ya know what I mean".



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