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Red Hot Chili Peppers Will Perform Intimate Show for Charity

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Anthony Kiedis, Flea, Chad Smith and Josh Klinghoffer are back. If these names sound familiar that’s because they make up the Red Hot Chili Peppers.

The band is setting up a rare and intimate club performance on Aug. 24 at LA Live’s club Nokia to benefit the Silverlake Conservatory of Music, co-founded by bassist, Flea, in 2001.

The organization facilitates music education by providing affordable or free lessons and instruments. The Conservatory has eight classrooms that are filled with instruments, teachers and students, lessons, discussions and of course music.

Lead singer, Kiedis, also lends a vocal cord as he sits on the Board of Directors.

“To direct the energy of that work to help out the school which I believe in with intensity and have nurtured for the past ten years is a transcendent double doozy of greatness!” Flea said. “We are going to rock our balls off for the Silverlake Conservatory of Music, like a pack of wild animals!”

Click here if you want to purchase tickets for a show that not only helps a good cause, but will also be entertaining!

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