Watch Anthony Kiedis’ 9-year-old son join the Red Hot Chili Peppers on stage

Kiedis welcomed the special guest during the band's recent gig in Turin, Italy

Anthony Kiedis invited his son on stage during the Red Hot Chili Peppers‘ gig in Turin, Italy on Monday night (October 10).

Everly Bear, Kiedis’ 9-year-old son, was walked onto the stage by his father prior to the band’s performance of ‘Dreams of a Samurai’, which featured on their most recent album ‘The Getaway’.

As Alternative Nation reports, the song concluded the Chili’s set, with fan-shot footage showing the father-and-son duo performing the lead vocals together for the first section of ‘Dreams of a Samurai’.


Watch the footage below.

The four-piece’s stay in Italy during their current world tour also saw guitarist Josh Klinghoffer cover Radiohead‘s unofficial Bond theme live.

During their gig in Bologna, Italy last weekend, Klinghoffer, who replaced long-serving guitarist John Frusciante in 2009, played a couple of solo songs, taking on ‘Spectre’ before bandmate Flea covered Black Flag’s ‘Nervous Breakdown’.

Watch footage of Klinghoffer’s cover beneath.


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