Red Hot Chili Peppers fansite, news page and forum with dedicated RHCP magazine scan and articles section featuring Anthony Kiedis, Chad Smith, Flea Michael Balzary, Josh Klinghoffer and John Frusciante.
Last night, RHCP played with Post Malone as his special guests. The performance started with Post Malone singing a solo track and then singing part of his song, Rockstar – inevitably, before he joined the Red Hot Chili Peppers in a chopped up version of Dark Necessities.
Rolling Stone article about the collaboration between Post Malone and RHCP
There’s a video I believe on the Grammy Awards website (but I can’t view it).
Getty Images has loads of photos on their website.
More tickets have been released for most dates on the tour and the special guests for the concerts, except Hobart, have been announced and are none other than the legendary George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic!
Flea has posted a couple of things on his Instagram story relating to the Red Hot Chili Peppers. One is a video of Josh Klinghoffer playing guitar in RHCP’s rehearsal space and the other is a list of songs… The assumption is that these are preparation for the forthcoming Australia and New Zealand tour.
Firstly, there’s an article on Blabbermouth with Chad Smith talking about how the Woolsey/Malibu fires halted work on the new RHCP album.
The Red Hot Chili Peppers have also announced two new tour dates. They will be playing Egypt, Live at the Pyramids, on the 15th March with tickets going on sale on Friday (18th) and also an Instagram a post came out saying RHCP will play the 20th Anniversary Summer Sonic Festival in Japan
There are hundreds of snippet videos of varying quality on social media from the concert- too many to post! Look for #malibulovesesh as well as the usual RHCP ones. The official RHCP page on Instagram currently has really close up videos that were streamed live on their profile photo.
Getty Images France have a lot of photos on their site- I believe GettyImages.com does too but I can’t view them as we’re banned in Europe due to the EU data laws and search options don’t work through VPN.