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Red Hot Chilli Peppers Front man Anthony Kiedis lunches with a female friend before leaving on his Harley Davidson!
Kiedis was seen eating and drinking sparkling water as he chatted with the mystery brunette at Caffe Luxxe in Los Angeles.
Speaking with the Argentinian TV program La Viola, Kiedis referred to Frusciante as a “very special person to me, a special person to many people.” “My experience with John was one of the most wonderful and easiest people to make music with,” Kiedis says.
“We could sit down on the floor, John and I, and I could take out a piece of paper, and I would say, ‘Okay, I wrote these words.’ “And he would like [say], ’Let me see those words,’ and he would take take the words, he would read them, and he’s like, ‘Okay.’ He would start to play something, I would start to sing it, and I would say, ‘Can you play something that feels like this?
We didn’t ever really stop to think that, one-day we were anti-establishment and, the next, we were the establishment. I’d be much more worried if I hadn’t put myself out there. But I really didn’t write that book with the intention of publicising anyone else’s secrets but sometimes in the process it’s difficult to be completely protective about every person you’re writing about because you’re talking about mutual experiences.
I think it feels good to get it out, discard it and move on. I’d sort of been through most of that stuff before I wrote the book but, yeah, it didn’t hurt.” “Flea has never read the book, which is fine.
He left putting a neck scarf over his face with sunglasses and a helmet.
We played Out In La in a one-song set but the minute we finished it, we re-evaluated and said, ‘Let’s do that again’.
John Frusciante quit Red Hot Chili Peppers in 2009, but the guitarist’s presence is still felt by the band’s members.
In a pair of new interviews, frontman Anthony Kiedis and guitarist Josh Klinghoffer fielded questions about Frusciante, who performed in Red Hot Chili Peppers from 1988 to 1992 and again from 1998 to 2009.
’ And he would say, ‘Okay, let me try this.’ Then we would have a song.
“Never did I meet someone who was so easy to write songs with, and really good songs.” Asked if he misses Frusciante, Kiedis says, “I miss him, but I also accept the separate lives.