photo credit: Brengola-Diena

The world-famous American rock band Red Hot Chili Peppers played with John Frusciante, who joined the band after the dismissal of Josh Klinghoffer in late 2019, for the first time after almost 13 years on February 8 in Los Angeles at the celebration of Andrew Burkle.

The performances revealed by the social media account of Tony Hawk, who was the president of the organizer Tony Hawk Foundation.

“Thank you to the Burkle family for including us in your celebration of Andrew. His passion for life was contagious & his spirit lives on through our work at @THF. A good example of Andrew’s magnetism was on display when this all-star lineup came together to play Iggy Pop,” Tony wrote as the tweet on Twitter.

On December 15, 2019, Josh Klinghoffer has removed from Red Hot Chili Peppers with a post the band shared, and replaced with John Frusciante.

“The Red Hot Chili Peppers announce that we are parting ways with our guitarist of the past ten years, Josh KlinghofferJosh is a beautiful musician who we respect and love. We are deeply grateful for our time with him, and the countless gifts he shared with us.

“We also announce, with great excitement and full hearts, that John Frusciante rejoining our group.”