John Frusciante plays for the first time in 10 years with Red Hot
The first videos of Red Hot Chili Peppers playing with John Frusciante were revealed. The concert was held on Saturday, February 8. In an event made to honor Andrew Burkle. Son of Pittsburgh Penguins hockey team owner Ron Burkle , who died a few days ago, at the age of 27.
In addition to Frusciante, the vocalist Anthony Kiedis and the bassist Flea were performing. The drummer Chad Smith wasn’t able to attend the gig due to personal commitments.
Dave Navarro also played with the band, performing Jane’s Addiction’s “Mountain Song”.
Watch Red Hot with John Frusciante playing The Stooges and more:
From Dave Navarro's Instagram pic.twitter.com/iT8DNzxPh5
— RHCP Live (@redhot_live) February 8, 2020
Next Red Hot Chili Peppers tour dates
- 15: GULF SHORES, AL HANGOUT MUSIC FESTIVAL
- 22: NAPA VALLEY, CA BOTTLEROCK
- 24: BOSTON, MA BOSTON CALLING
- 5: ATHENS, GR EJEKT FESTIVAL
- 10: TEL AVIV, IL FUNKYARD
- 13: FLORENCE, IT FIRENZE ROCKS
- 19: LANDGRAAF, NL PINKPOP
- 20: LYON, FR FELYN FESTIVAL
- 26: TBA, GLOBAL CITIZEN PRESENTS: GLOBAL GOAL LIVE, THE POSSIBLE DREAM
John Frusciante recorded with Red Hot Chili Peppers 5 albums. He joined Red Hot Chili Peppers at the age of 18. In the 1989 Mother’s Milk album for the first time. Also, the following album, Blood Sugar Sex Magik was a complete success.
John then left the band for a long time, returning in 1998, to record the album Californication. On December 15, 2009, the musician announced, once again, his departure from the group. On December 15, 2019 the band announced the guitarist’s return to the band.