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.
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.