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December 11, 2013 - 10:10 AM

Zach Sobiech remembered by 5,000-person choir singing 'Clouds' in Mall of America [VIDEO]

To this day, even though he's no longer with us, aspiring musician and YouTube star Zach Sobiech continues to touch and inspire not only his family but also anyone and everyone who knows his story. Which is why only the grandest of tributes seems fitting to remember his beautiful spirit.
 
The folks responsible for the KS95 for Kids Radiothon clearly felt the same way, as they organized a 5,000-person choir to sing a beautiful (tear-jerking) rendition of Zach's hit song 'Clouds' inside the Mall of America to celebrate his legacy.
 
Sobiech, who died of a rare form of bone cancer in May when he was just 18, wrote 'Clouds' to say goodbye to his family and friends.

Since debuting the song during last year’s radiothon, which benefits the Children's Cancer Research Fund and Gillette Children's Specialty Healthcare and has raised more than $12 million since its launch in 1999, 'Clouds' has received over 8.8 million hits on YouTube and landed at the No. 1 spot on the iTunes single chart.  

Watch the moving video above and see the equally beautiful celebrity music video for 'Clouds' below.


If you haven't seen it, yet check out this incredible documentary on Zach Last days: