Red Hot Chili Peppers

Red Hot Chili Peppers Play First Live Show Since Reuniting With John Frusciante, Footage Available


Yesterday, February 08th, saw the Red Hot Chili Peppers take to the stage for the first time since reuniting with their guitarist/vocalist John Frusciante late last year. The brief set took place in Beverly Hills, CA as part of a private charity gig for the Tony Hawk Foundation. That event was held to honor the late Andrew Burkle, who played a pivotal role in the aforementioned charitable organization.

Jane’s Addiction drummer Stephen Perkins sat in for Red Hot Chili PeppersChad Smith during the set, fan-filmed footage of which can be found below. Songs said to be performed included:

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Give It Away
I Wanna Be Your Dog” (The Stooges cover)
Not Great Men” (Gang Of Four cover)

The band have been working on a new album in the weeks since reuniting with Frusciante and also have the following shows lined up:

05/15 Gulf Shores, AL – Hangout Music Festival (tickets)
05/22-24 Boston, MA – Boston Calling (tickets)
05/22-24 Napa, CA – BottleRock (tickets)
06/05 Attica, GRE – Ejekt Festival (tickets)
06/10 Tel Aviv, ISR – Funkyard
06/13 Florence, ITA – Firenze Rocks (tickets)
06/19 Landgraaf, NET – Pinkpop Festival (tickets)
06/20 Lyon, FRA – Felyn Festival
09/26 TBA – TBA (‘Global Citizen Festival‘) may receive a commission from tickets purchased through the links in the above post.

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