Red Hot Chili Peppers Mix ‘I’m With You’ and Classics at L.A.’s Roxy

by / Wednesday, 24 August 2011 / Published in News
Red Hot Chili Peppers Concert at The Roxy

In anticipation of their 10th release, ‘I’m With You,’ the Red Hot Chili Peppers performed a free show at Hollywood’s legendary Roxy Theatre on Monday night (Aug. 22).

The private concert featured an audience of extremely courteous and excited die-hard fans who applied for tickets online and music-industry heavyweights like Warner Music Group CEO Lyor Cohen, all of whom were in attendance to watch the Chili Peppers play one of their most intimate shows in recent memory.

Anthony Kiedis took the stage in an OFF! hat and tuxedo jacket, much to the crowd’s delight, flanked by a purple-haired, typically shirtless Flea, lanky John Frusciante replacement Josh Klinghoffer and a backwards-hat-rocking Chad Smith. The energy in the 450-capacity room was evident, as the band kicked the things off with their new single ‘Monarchy of Roses,’ segueing straight into their 2006 hit ‘Can’t Stop.’… Read the Full Story & Video

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