Red Hot Chili Peppers Perform With John Frusciante At Andrew Burkle Tribute

By Scott Bernstein Feb 10, 2020 7:43 am PST

Red Hot Chili Peppers played with guitarist John Frusciante for the first time since 2007 on Saturday. The three-song performance came as part of memorial for Andrew Burkle put together by the Tony Hawk Foundation that was held at Green Acres Estate in Beverly Hills.

Frusciante was on guitar with the Chili Peppers for the first time since the December announcement that he was replacing Josh Klinghoffer in the band. However, RHCP drummer Chad Smith wasn’t on hand at Saturday’s memorial. Instead Stephen Perkins of Jane’s Addiction was behind the kit. Frusciante, Perkins, Anthony Kiedis and Flea kicked off their set with “Give It Away” and then presented covers of The Stooges’ “I Wanna Be Your Dog” and Gang Of Four’s “Not Great Men.” Additionally, Frusciante took the stage with former RCHP guitarist Dave Navarro for the first time ever during Jane’s Addiction set for “Mountain Song.”

Watch a compilation of Instagram clips from Saturday’s concert put together by Daniel2K1Live below:

Check out video shared by RHCPtv1 of Frusciante and Dave Navarro sharing the stage for the first time:


Red Hot Chili Peppers at Green Acres Estate

  • Not Great Men  
  • I Wanna Be Your Dog  
  • Give It Away

[Hat Tip – Consequence of Sound]

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