Anthony Kiedis has shed some more light on Scar Tissue, the upcoming HBO series about his life. Speaking to EW.com, Kiedis says, "I've already shed my tears and yelled. The painful part is behind me. Now, it is fun. It is a project I get to do with my father later in his life -- when he is ready to reflect."
He also adds that the show will feature, quote, "naked women and profanity." Finally, Kiedis promises, "It will have one of the best soundtracks on TV."As reported last week, the HBO series will focus not on Kiedis' life with THE RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS, but on his youth -- specifically, the move from Michigan to Hollywood with his drug-dealer dad.
The singer's 2004 autobiography was also called ScarTissue, but the HBO series will not be based directly on the book.
RHCP is made up of Anthony Kiedis, John Frusciante, Flea and Chad Smith. Since 2000, RHCP have donated 1/4 of their touring profits to charity. The band supports the Unite The United Foundation, which encourages fans, artists and industry leaders to work towards a positive change in our national community.
RHCP has taken part various times in musician Neil and Pegi Young’s annual Bridge School Benefit Concert to benefit children with severe physical disabilities and complex communication needs through advanced augmentative and alternative communication systems and assistive technology.
The band donated their “Stadium Arcadium Box” with signature to the 19th Annual Rock N Roll Charity Auction in 2007 to support Chicago’s homeless and underprivileged children.
US rapper Kanye West has revealed that the Red Hot Chili Peppers are his favourite group.
West said he was attracted to the American rock band because of their strong melodies."I think of melodies, I think of really strong melodies and stuff,” he said in an interview with the BBC.“You know, [Red Hot Chili Peppers'] Anthony Kiedis wasn't the best singer in the world, but that's my favourite group."
Wales Online is reporting that Dave Peters - front man from 80's Second British Invasion band The Alarm, who not only sounded a lot like U2, but sported Bonoian mullets too - is putting together a massive outdoor charity festival a la Live Aid called Vegas Rocks.
Despite having a pretty lame name, the early line up has promise: Guns N Roses, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Stone Temple Pilots, Motorhead, The Damned and, of course, The Alarm.
Red Hot Chili Peppers frontman Anthony Kiedis' 2004 autobiography, 'Scar Tissue', is set to be adapted for a new TV show on US network HBO.
The show, produced by Marc Abrams and Michael Benson, will be an offbeat comedy, reports the Guardian. It will focus on the singer's early life in Los Angeles, where he lived with his father, a drug dealer to musicians in the area, as well as the LA rock scene.
Red Hot Chili Peppers are currently on hiatus, with the group previously stating they would take a break from band commitments for at least a year from May 2008.
Yes, you've read this well. Hillingdon Mind, an online help/self-help group from UK, that a concern about the lives of mentally or emotionally distressed people in the community; will publish a lengthy interview with John on their website in the following weeks. As said on their website: Chris Phillips - Housing Support Worker here at Hillingdon Mind has an exclusive interview with John Frusciante, the guitarist from the "Red Hot Chili Peppers.
So, as they say themselves, keep on checking their respected website for an interview. According to unofficial sources who spoke to mr. Phillips, the interview with John is based on a long phone conversation and some of subjects are The Empyrean and monk life.
As we all know, Tanya Vece of The Horse Chronicles indie zine is a long-term fan of John, has previously interviewed him on a couple of occasions and regardless of the version of the zine, there's always a page reserved for a little John tribute.
So...she interviewed him again. And the whole interview will be available on 15th November. However, I asked nicely for a teaser and here it is - for the readers of Invisible Movement.
Tanya Vece: For years now I have been referring to you as my inspiration and genius. But everytime people who don't know you approach you they yell John Mother Fucking Frusciante! How do you feel about it?
John Frusciante: (laughs) Anthony started it. He said it at a concert once and it stuck. Even the wheat grass guy at Whole Foods said "shot ready for John Mother Fucking Frusciante". It's funny.