Red Hot Chili Peppers Regrouped The Day They Lost Close Friend

(Rock News Desk) Red Hot Chili Peppers frontman Anthony Kiedis has told how the band reacted to the death of the man who gave them their big break the very day they gathered to start work on comeback album I'm With You.

The Chilis had struggled to regain momentum in 2009 when guitarist John Frusciante decided not to return after their two-year hiatus.

They eventually hired Josh Klinghoffer as his replacement and while Kiedis was driving to the studio for his first day with the new lineup, he heard that influential LA promoter Brendan Mullen had died. more on this story

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