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Flea and Chad Smith during the Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Induction into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame on April 14th, 2012.

Flea and Chad Smith during the Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Induction into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame on April 14th, 2012.

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New photo of Chad Smith, Josh Klinghoffer and Flea visiting their Red Hot Chili Peppers exhibit at the Hall of Fame Museum in Cleveland on June 2nd 2012.

New photo of Chad Smith, Josh Klinghoffer and Flea visiting their Red Hot Chili Peppers exhibit at the Hall of Fame Museum in Cleveland on June 2nd 2012.

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Former Guns N’ Roses drummer, Steven Adler talks to Rolling Stone Magazine about meeting Flea and Anthony Kiedis at the Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony on April 14th, 2012…"Anthony’s wonderful, I’ve known him for decades, he’s great. Flea is the greatest, it was so great, the way he mentioned me, and he mentioned my grandmother. He used to practice his trumpet for my grandmother, we used to play football in the street, and he’d come home from school and have his trumpet and practice for my grandmother. He mentioned it, and that was so great. That and he sent me a text saying the coolest thing that a rhythm brother could say to another rhythm brother, he said, "Stevie, last night, you were so deep in the pocket, it was beautiful." So that was the coolest thing for Flea to say that, because he’s like the greatest bass player in the world."

Former Guns N’ Roses drummer, Steven Adler talks to Rolling Stone Magazine about meeting Flea and Anthony Kiedis at the Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony on April 14th, 2012…

"Anthony’s wonderful, I’ve known him for decades, he’s great. Flea is the greatest, it was so great, the way he mentioned me, and he mentioned my grandmother. He used to practice his trumpet for my grandmother, we used to play football in the street, and he’d come home from school and have his trumpet and practice for my grandmother. He mentioned it, and that was so great. That and he sent me a text saying the coolest thing that a rhythm brother could say to another rhythm brother, he said, "Stevie, last night, you were so deep in the pocket, it was beautiful." So that was the coolest thing for Flea to say that, because he’s like the greatest bass player in the world."

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"I just wanna take a minute to honor the great musician, John Frusciante… who was a HUGE part of our band. He wrote so much great shit for us. He left us with so many amazing gifts, and the connection and the depth of our bond, musically, changed my life forever.” - Flea during Hall of Fame Ceremony

"I just wanna take a minute to honor the great musician, John Frusciante… who was a HUGE part of our band. He wrote so much great shit for us. He left us with so many amazing gifts, and the connection and the depth of our bond, musically, changed my life forever.” - Flea during Hall of Fame Ceremony

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New Chad Smith Interview with Billboard!Chad confirms John Frusciante will not attend the Red Hot Chili Peppers’ induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2012. He also reveals that he’s been working with Flea and Josh on some new song ideas and that Anthony loved the new jams upon hearing them. The article also mentions Brendan’s Death Song will soon be released as the next single from I’m With You…Read the interview…

New Chad Smith Interview with Billboard!
Chad confirms John Frusciante will not attend the Red Hot Chili Peppers’ induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2012. He also reveals that he’s been working with Flea and Josh on some new song ideas and that Anthony loved the new jams upon hearing them. The article also mentions Brendan’s Death Song will soon be released as the next single from I’m With You…

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Anthony Kiedis on the likelihood of John Frusciante attending the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Ceremony in Cleveland on April 14th, 2012...RollingStone: Do you think that John Frusciante will come to the induction? Anthony Kiedis: Ummm … Wow. It would be a guess on my behalf on  whether or not he’ll come. I can’t imagine that he would, but it’s a  “you never know” kind of thing. I haven’t talked to him in quite a  while. I don’t know where he’s at these days. He’ll obviously be more  than welcome, and embraced if he does. If he doesn’t, that’s cool too.RollingStone Interview - Dec 7th, 2011. Read it here…

Anthony Kiedis on the likelihood of John Frusciante attending the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Ceremony in Cleveland on April 14th, 2012...

RollingStone: Do you think that John Frusciante will come to the induction?

Anthony Kiedis: Ummm … Wow. It would be a guess on my behalf on whether or not he’ll come. I can’t imagine that he would, but it’s a “you never know” kind of thing. I haven’t talked to him in quite a while. I don’t know where he’s at these days. He’ll obviously be more than welcome, and embraced if he does. If he doesn’t, that’s cool too.

RollingStone Interview - Dec 7th, 2011. Read it here…

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New Anthony Kiedis Interview with the Grand Rapids PressQ: What will be the headline for you a year from now?Anthony Kiedis: “Kiedis Kidnapped by Nude Female Surf Aliens.”Read the full interview…

New Anthony Kiedis Interview with the Grand Rapids Press

Q: What will be the headline for you a year from now?
Anthony Kiedis: “Kiedis Kidnapped by Nude Female Surf Aliens.”

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Flea talks to the L.A. Times about RHCP’s induction into the Hall of Fame.“It’s very emotional, and I’m not sure where the emotions are coming  from,” Flea said by cellphone while in Vienna on tour with the band. It’s really nice to be part of a community of musicians we respect. I feel very emotional about it, and it makes me reflective  about our career. I think back about when we just started out as this  little band and we kept it going, pouring our heart and souls into it.  Pride isn’t the healthiest thing, but I feel proud.”
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Flea talks to the L.A. Times about RHCP’s induction into the Hall of Fame.

“It’s very emotional, and I’m not sure where the emotions are coming from,” Flea said by cellphone while in Vienna on tour with the band. It’s really nice to be part of a community of musicians we respect. I feel very emotional about it, and it makes me reflective about our career. I think back about when we just started out as this little band and we kept it going, pouring our heart and souls into it. Pride isn’t the healthiest thing, but I feel proud.”

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VOTE for the Red Hot Chili Peppers as the band you’d most like to see inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 2012! They’re currently second place and are losing out to Guns N’ Roses by about 2000 votes… let’s change that!Vote for RHCP | Share on Twitter! | Share on Facebook!Please note that fan votes only give an indication of the artists they’d like to see inducted and has no influence on the final selection process.

VOTE for the Red Hot Chili Peppers as the band you’d most like to see inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 2012! They’re currently second place and are losing out to Guns N’ Roses by about 2000 votes… let’s change that!

Vote for RHCP | Share on Twitter! | Share on Facebook!

Please note that fan votes only give an indication of the artists they’d like to see inducted and has no influence on the final selection process.