Flea also paid tribute to The Who’s bass player John Entwistle by sporting a “Skeleton Suit” when the Chili Peppers played Slaine Castle in Ireland on August 23, 2003.
In 1991, the Red Hot Chili Peppers were about to drop their fifth and most successful album to date “Blood Sugar Sex Magik” but more importantly Anthony Kiedis took on a cameo roll in the cult classic movie “Point Break”.
Here’s a photo of Flea sporting his Los Angeles Lakers purple hair running his first Los Angeles Marathon on March 20, 2011. Flea finished the rain soaked 26.2 mile race in 03:52:00 (three hours and fifty three minutes).
The cover of the February 2005 issue of Guitar World featured a photo claiming to be “The Most Amazing Group of Guitarist Ever Assembled!”
During the now famous 1994 VPRO interview, a really drugged up John Frusciante was asked, what he thought when he heard the news of Kurt Cobain’s death?
We previously did a story on Rock Stars Wearing The Union Jack Flag. So on this July 4th, The United States of America’s Independence Day from those same Union Jack Wearing Brits, we bring to you Rock Stars and the American Flag.
The Red Hot Chili Peppers released the album “Freaky Styley” in 1985. The back cover included some tongue-in-cheek aliases for the band members, Hillel Slovak as “Homesqueeze”, Anthony Kiedis as “Homes”, Cliff Martinez as “Homey” and Flea as “Homeboy”.
John Frusciante and Milla Jovovich were an item for seven months in the year 2000. Jovovich claimed to have fallen in love with Frusciante when she first heard his solo album Niandra Lades and Usually Just a T-Shirt. In 2000 Jovovich said, “It was, like, six years ago, and literally the day I heard his voice for the first time, I was like, “Oh my God!”.
Maybe I am looking into these 2007 fan photos of Anthony Kiedis at a Los Angeles Lakers game with his baby momma Heather Christie a bit too much but I’m pretty sure it must have been difficult for Christie to deal with.
Is this the best concert line-up ever??? Red Hot Chili Peppers “Blood Sugar Sex Magik Tour” with Nirvana and Pearl Jam as support bands. The Smashing Pumpkins were on the first leg of the tour from October 16, 1991 thru December 14, 1991 with Pearl Jam instead of Nirvana.