I’ve finally managed to sort out my scans as idiot here managed to collapse a couple of files (posted and unposted – literally thousands of images!) into one by accident when having a massive sort out of all of my files. I’ve finally started to upload everything that hasn’t been posted yet. I still have a load of my own and a zip file someone else sent me to work through. These are mostly from Claire but there might be a few more scattered in there.
Many thanks once again to all of the people who have contributed and especially, this time, to Claire for all of the scans she’s sent!
***2017 January Lighting & Sound America Article about the lights used on ‘The Getaway’ tour***
1991 October People Magazine Article about AK’s fashion sense
2002 November Kerrang! Mention of RHCP playing the KROQ Halloween Ball
2005 July Kerrang! Review of a free RHCP concert in Las Vegas as part of the centennial celebrations
August 2002 Rock Mag (France) BTW article
2016 June Humo (Dutch language Belgian magazine) Review of ‘The Getaway’
1995 September Bravo (Germany) OHM clipping
2006 June Guitar Xtreme An interview with John Frusciante
1995 Unknown One Hot Minute Article (German) Translated into English
1994 September Melody Maker Review and advert from Reading Festival
c. 1996 Article about RHCP and the ‘Beavis and Butthead Do Amercia’ movie. (German) Unknown source and date but the movie came out this year.
2016 June OOR (Dutch) Review of ‘The Getaway’
2016 November Batterie (France) Article about the Chad Smith Drum Clinic in Paris
2002 June OOR (The Netherlands) BTW article
Unknown date Visions (Germany) BSSM article
2006 May Filter (Czechoslovakia) SA article
2011 September In Rock (Japan) I’m With You article (?)
2002 November TV Napad (Russian?)
2003/12 Musik Express (Germany) Lengthy article including interviews with Chad Smith, John Frusciante and Flea
Two additional dates have been added for RHCP’s 2019 Tour to Australia and New Zealand. An extra show has been added in Australia on 20th February at the Qudos Bank Arena in Sydney and another one in New Zealand on 9th March at the Spark Arena, Auckland.
The official RHCP Twitter account has announced new tour dates for Australia and New Zealand!
Dates for the Australia and New Zealand RHCP Tour!
Sunday 17th February: Derwent Entertainment Centre, Hobart
Tuesday 19th February: Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney
Saturday 23th February: Hope Estate, Hunter Valley
Monday 25th February: Entertainment Centre, Brisbane
Thursday 28th February: Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne
Saturday 2nd March: Mt Duneed Estate, Geelong
Sunday 3rd March: Superloop Adelaide 500 After-Race Concert, Adelaide
Tuesday 5th March: Nib Stadium, Perth
Friday 8th March: Spark Arena, Auckland
There was some confusion this morning as to the validity of this as the link on the original Twitter post went to an error page on the official website, the website also said nothing and had no tours listed under the relevant section and no other RHCP social media accounts mentioned it. Then Chad Smith tweeted the news which was taken for verification only for the original tweet to be removed. But now a venue has posted (superloopadl500.com.au) so obviously there was just a massive mix up with info getting out and the original tweet was too early or something. Good luck to everyone getting tickets 🙂
Thanks to my sisterwife, Hamish and Sarah for helping out with info.
So sorry, I forgot to post here! I was in Paris with my daughter while they were happening (I took her to a concert by her “bias” so it was crazy! Teenage K-pop fandom. All I need to say!), and I can’t access this site’s interface using my phone (I updated the Facebook page as that’s easy to do).
Quick update: Anthony, Flea and Chad all have houses in the Malibu area affected by the fire. Chad and Josh were in Seattle performing at a benefit concert and Anthony safely evacuated with his son. Flea has posted on his social media accounts saying he and his family were safe and later that his house wasn’t destroyed. I’ve seen an online map and Anthony’s house wasn’t damaged and the house I think is Chad’s is fine too. Houses nearby were sadly destroyed. Obviously, things aren’t settled in the area and I read today that a layer of soot is covering the affected areas so a massive clean up is needed as well as the damaged infrastructure needing to be repaired.
I know people are asking about John. I didn’t think I had any contacts totally forgetting I know someone who is in contact with a family member of his. They enquired on behalf of the fan base. It was confirmed that, as I thought, John doesn’t live in the affected area and is fine as far as anyone knows.
Clearly we’re all grateful that band members and their homes are safe but obviously, our thoughts and prayers are with everyone who was affected by the fires and especially those who lost their homes. It’s so sad.
Last night, Chad Smith presented the 2018 Music Industry Trusts (MITs) Award with Q Prime’s Peter Mensch, to agent Emma Bank.
Read the full article on Music Week.
In case you are wondering where you have seen Emma before, she is in a video on RHCP’s Instagram page:
Trick or treat?! RHCP performed in Halloween costumes at a LA school today. Chad, Josh and Flea walked onto the stage from the side. Anthony followed them in a few seconds later but walked around the stage in front of the audience, instead of entering the stage from the side as the others had. They played a short intro song with Anthony and Josh crouching on the floor before going into ‘Can’t Stop.’ The band members then wished everyone a Happy Halloween and left the stage. Chris Warren was with there too (on the side of the stage).
Videos are very similar but only short so I’ve added a few of them:
They were all there, I promise! pic.twitter.com/sziZtCNqUh
— Zach Ragatz (@ZachRagatz) 31 October 2018
There are a couple of new photos of Anthony at a Lakers game (not sure the date is accurate as there isn’t a game listed on the schedule for that night and these came out overnight here and there was a game yesterday) on Two Eggs
Screen shot for reference and not full article.
An artwork featuring the Red Hot Chili Peppers’ logo has made it through the to final round of the Art Prize 2018. “Mastermind America,” by Alexi Torres has the logo incorporated into his piece (see bottom left enlargement):
“This work from my ‘Flags’ series depicts an American Flag. Incorporated in it are objects and symbols such as animals, foods, logos, and a bit of everything that makes this nation so unique. My intention is to show the truth of how everything in a country is interdependent and has a strong relation with nature and with each other. For the whole to work well, all of the parts have to function in harmony; this requires acceptance, cooperation, sharing and joy. In accordance with these principles,
I make every item with the same level of importance and out of the same material. Each is in harmony with the others. Every thread of the basket weaving is essential to make the form of the individual object, and at the same time, to make the greater America. I start and finish each work on a waning moon according to the lunar patterns followed by my ancestors in my native Cuba, and recorded with my signature on the canvas.”