Flea Shuts Down Red Hot Chili Peppers Retirement RumorsThe band's iconic bassist discounted the retirement rumors as "silly talk."
Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Anthony Kiedis on Chris Cornell: 'I Don't Know that Kind of Pain'Kiedis discusses his relationship with the late Soundgarden singer.
Red Hot Chili Peppers' Guitarist Covers Chris Cornell's 'Seasons'Josh Klinghoffer went out on stage alone during the show and performed an acoustic version of Cornell's 'Singles' track, "Seasons."
James Corden, Adele, Gaga, Mariah, More Sing 'All I Want for Christmas is You'The video starts out with Corden and Mariah discussing her favorite holiday. From there, we get a who's who of pop stars (and the Red Hot Chili Peppers) jamming to Mariah.
Chad Smith's 'New Boy Band' Includes Chris Martin, Beck and Jakob DylanAn Instagram video showing the legends jamming looked like it was shot at one hell of a backyard party.
Red Hot Chili Peppers: A Look Back at ‘Blood Sugar Sex Magik’ 25 Years LaterWith "Give It Away," "Under the Bridge" and "Breaking the Girl," it brought the club act to arenas, where they've stayed for 25 years.
Red Hot Chili Peppers Welcome Rams Back to LA from 10,000 FeetThe band hired an aerial advertising company to tow a banner over the LA Coliseum Saturday.
This Week In History: Ray Peterson & Ricky Valance, The Beatles, Elton John, Ray Parker Jr., Woodstock '94 + MadonnaWelcome back for another wonderful week in classic hits music history with your pal, 'Brooklyn's Own' Joe Causi! This week we've got stories on Ray Peterson & Ricky Valance, The Beatles, Elton John, Ray Parker Jr., Woodstock '94 and Madonna!
Watch the Red Hot Chili Peppers do 'Carpool Karaoke'They swapped stories, performed some classics and even wrestled Corden on a stranger's lawn.
RHCP's Flea Made America Cry Again With Disastrous National Anthem PerformanceRed Hot Chili Pepper's popular bass player Flea didn't put his best notes forward for his performance of the National Anthem before Kobe Bryant's last game as a Laker.
Duran Duran's New Album Features Nile Rodgers, John Frusciante, Mark Ronson CollabsKiesza will also appear on the album.
Haruki Murakami Thinks the Red Hot Chili Peppers 'Still Rock'"It's amazing that they seem like they never grow up. Humans always mature before you know it, so we have to be careful."