Red Hot Chili Peppers Unearth Rare John Frusciante Song After Years


Red Hot Chili Peppers played their first 2019 show earlier this week as part of the WeWork Summit in Los Angeles at the Microsoft Theater. The band played the John Frusciante era classic “This Is The Place” for the first time live since 2003, and it was the first time Josh Klinghoffer played the song live. Just Jared Jr. reports that Jaden Smith, Lilly Singh, and Adam Rippon make a difference at the 2019 WeWork Global Summit. The Get Down actor, the YouTube star, and the figure skater all took the stage to speak at the event held at the Microsoft Theater on Wednesday in Downtown Los Angeles. The WeWork Global Summit programming includes conversations and panel discussions with creators, innovators, experts and leaders from various industries, each with their own unique stories and insights.

Jaden, the son of Will Smith, said, “We’re running a pilot program in Flint, Michigan, where we are putting in a reverse osmosis filtration system that is going to be able to purify 10 gallons of water every 60 seconds,” Jaden explained. “In Flint, they continue to use 3 million bottles of water every year. Instead of having to outsource (all that water), we said, ‘let’s create something for you here where you can pump your own clean water, in your community.’ I’d been seeing them struggle for so long, and I asked ‘why isn’t someone doing something about this’. Ultimately, what I’m trying to do is to help people around the world.”

Intro Jam
Can’t Stop
Scar Tissue
Dark Necessities
Nobody Weird Like Me
Snow ((Hey Oh))
Go Robot
This Is the Place (First time since 2003)
Hump De Bump
Factory of Faith
Dreams of a Samurai
By the Way

Goodbye Angels
Give It Away