Red Hot Chili Peppers Drummer Announces Last 2021 Show


Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Chad Smith recently announced a benefit concert and it will mark as the band’s last concert of the year. The show has been scheduled for today on December 29th, 4pm-7pm EST and it is a benefit concert for restoring the Bahamas. It was also prpeviously noted that Red Hot Chili Peppers icon had cries during a reunion.

The show will be done to rebuild Hope Town after the devastation of Hurricane Dorian in 2019. It has been noted that the tiny harbor island has finally re-opened for tourism after pandemic closures support from the community’s efforts is needed to rebuild after the hurricane. It has been also noted that a portion of proceeds will also go to support the music program we started at Every Child Counts, a Bahamian school for special education.

Donations will be going toward the Elbow Cay Restoration Association and Every Child Counts, the latter of which has been supported by Chad in the past with similar benefit concerts.

Chad Smith reveals the secret to Red Hot Chili Peppers’ longevity

Chad Smith recently visited the studio of his Chickenfoot bandmate Sammy Hagar to jam on some new tunes, but before they played music they talked about music, and the Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer revealed something about that band that blew Hagar’s mind. It was noted that it is a collective effort when it comes to the making of the songs.

“I think that’s part of the longevity of our band,” Smith said. When then asked how long he thought RHCP would be able to keep making music, he admitted that there’s not really a timeline. “I don’t know how long we can go,” Smith said. “As long as we keep loving what we’re doing and feel relevant, making new music, everyone is still passionate about being in the band. We’re so f**king fortunate and lucky people still come out and see us. I don’t know why our music connects with people like that, but it’s a real gift and we’re so fortunate and we love it.”