Metallica drummer says “bring it on” to real-life doppelgängers.
Real-life doppelgängers have found a new drumming foe.
The thin, blurry line between flattery and thievery.
Chili Peppers team up with The Roots to perform a Funkadelic cover and “Give It Away”.
Two doppelgängers enter, but only one survives.
Jack White likes taxidermy, Damon Albarn plays ping pong, and Lemmy collects Nazi memorabilia.
“Maybe some people think our music’s annoying — I don’t care — but that’s a poor use of … you shouldn’t do that. You shouldn’t be doing any of that shit. It’s horrible.”
According to a Senate Intelligence Committee, C.I.A. officials tortured suspected terrorists with loops of Chili Peppers music.
The festival’s debut in Buenos Aires proves very, very successful.
“Flea will share stories from his intense and dynamic life.”
Oh how the mighty have fallen.
Could this be the doppelgänger drumming battle to end all doppelgänger drumming battles?
Flea explains Red Hot Chili Peppers’ unplugged Super Bowl Halftime performance, plus Axl Rose weighs in
“…There was no need to plug in our guitars, so we did not.”
115.3 million people worldwide tuned in to watch Bruno Mars and Red Hot Chili Peppers.
It was nearly as bad as Peyton.
…but they plan to return with a new album.
Their most self-aware song in years.
The unlikely pairing of Bruno Mars and Chili Peppers is off to a good start.
Because mom and dad deserve better than Kidz Bop and purple foam dinos.
How bout now? Will you watch?
Just in case you’re not a fan of Bruno Mars.
Madonna, Lady Gaga, and Coldplay take home top dollars.
Soundgarden, Chili Peppers, Pixies, and Vampire Weekend, too.
All in the name of charity!