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"Four years into the life of my son, I realize I’m so in love with him and he’s so in love with me that if I don’t find that lifelong partner out there, it’s okay." - Anthony KiedisNY Times Interview March 2012

"Four years into the life of my son, I realize I’m so in love with him and he’s so in love with me that if I don’t find that lifelong partner out there, it’s okay." - Anthony Kiedis

NY Times Interview March 2012

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New Anthony Kiedis Interview with the NY Times! March 2nd, 2012.
New York Times: You had to postpone your upcoming tour because of an injury. What happened?Anthony Kiedis: “There’s this weird bone that’s kind of in the ball of your foot, which I had broken in two on our “Stadium Arcadium” tour from jumping off of Chad’s drums night after night. It never healed. It finally reached a breaking point on tour in 2011 while I was sprinting after Flea in a heated game of toilet tag, and something snapped in my foot.”Read the full interview…

New Anthony Kiedis Interview with the NY Times! March 2nd, 2012.

New York Times: You had to postpone your upcoming tour because of an injury. What happened?

Anthony Kiedis: “There’s this weird bone that’s kind of in the ball of your foot, which I had broken in two on our “Stadium Arcadium” tour from jumping off of Chad’s drums night after night. It never healed. It finally reached a breaking point on tour in 2011 while I was sprinting after Flea in a heated game of toilet tag, and something snapped in my foot.”

Read the full interview…

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It’s been a good few years. The greatest thing for me was becoming a dad and the really good fortune of not having to work or go on the road for the first two years of my son’s life. I recently moved to the seashore and having this little person in my arms walking through the sand dunes looking at the ocean was just what the doctor ordered. It was a reawakening for me in terms of being an elated human being. - Anthony KiedisMirror Newspaper Interview - Nov 4th, 2011. Read it here: http://rhcp.me/mn

It’s been a good few years. The greatest thing for me was becoming a dad and the really good fortune of not having to work or go on the road for the first two years of my son’s life. I recently moved to the seashore and having this little person in my arms walking through the sand dunes looking at the ocean was just what the doctor ordered. It was a reawakening for me in terms of being an elated human being. - Anthony Kiedis

Mirror Newspaper Interview - Nov 4th, 2011. Read it here: http://rhcp.me/mn

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Anthony Kiedis describes a typical day at  home with his son Everly…“I get up when he gets up. I have breakfast with him, but I don’t make it. He  has a nanny. My job is to tell stories to him while he eats. And he is  demanding about his storytelling. If I try to get away with a short one,  no. We’re talkin’ full-length.” Puzzles, reading, drawing and “backyard  hide-and-seeking” usually follow. There is no television – the kind  with “commercials and noise,” as Kiedis puts it. He and Everly watch  “1930s animation together, a lot of films. But when he walks into a room  where the television is on, he walks right by.”RollingStone Magazine, August 2011. Read it here: http://rhcp.me/rsa

Anthony Kiedis describes a typical day at home with his son Everly…

“I get up when he gets up. I have breakfast with him, but I don’t make it. He has a nanny. My job is to tell stories to him while he eats. And he is demanding about his storytelling. If I try to get away with a short one, no. We’re talkin’ full-length.” Puzzles, reading, drawing and “backyard hide-and-seeking” usually follow. There is no television – the kind with “commercials and noise,” as Kiedis puts it. He and Everly watch “1930s animation together, a lot of films. But when he walks into a room where the television is on, he walks right by.”

RollingStone Magazine, August 2011. Read it here: http://rhcp.me/rsa

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“It used to be all about me. Now it’s all about my son. It was the greatest thing that could have happened to me.” - Anthony Kiedis. RollingStone Magazine Interview, Aug 2011. Read it here: http://rhcp.me/ak56

“It used to be all about me. Now it’s all about my son. It was the greatest thing that could have happened to me.” - Anthony Kiedis.

RollingStone Magazine Interview, Aug 2011. Read it here: http://rhcp.me/ak56