Red Hot Chili Peppers Flea entertains crowd with handstands
The group had just come out to the stage and was in the middle of their second song when all of the sudden the power cut out. Everyones microphone went out one by one. The only one left with a hot mic was Flea.
- The Red Hot Chili Peppers started their first Australian tour in 12 years in Hobart
- A power disruption cut out the microphones during their second song
- The band resumed the show after a 20-minute delay
The Californian group Red Hot Chili Peppers had opened the sold-out show with their 2002 hit Can't Stop.
They were halfway through their second song when the power was cut to their sound system.
A concertgoer told the ABC the band's microphones cut out one by one, until bass player Flea was the last member standing.
Post Malone and Red Hot Chili Peppers stole the Grammys stage with an explosive collaborative performance we cant forget.
Malone started his set with an emotional acoustic performance of Stay complete with moody fog and a skull-adorned jacket. He showed off his amazing vocal chops and only made us love him more.
He then lightened the mood with a rendition of Rockstar before transitioning into his collab with the Chili Peppers. Malone played guitar with the band for Dark Necessities and sang backing vocals.
Chili Peppers frontman Anthony Kiedis even took his shirt off during the set, which was somewhat confusing but we dont hate it.
The Red Hot Chili Peppers proved themselves capable of keeping the show going no matter what. After a power outage interrupted their set after the first song, RHCPs Fleatook it upon himself to keep the crowd entertained.
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