Red Hot Chili Peppers
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The Chelsea Ballroom of the Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas is known for intimate New Year’s Eve shows with big-name artists. It’s now been announced that L.A. punk-funk rock legacy act the Red Hot Chili Peppers are scheduled to do the honors of bringing in 2013 at the Vegas venue.
Earlier this year, the Red Hot Chili Peppers announced that 18 songs from the recording sessions for the I’m With You album would see release through a series of 7-inch vinyl singles also be available as digital downloads. The first single from the series, featuring the songs “Strange Man” and “Long Progression,” is being released tomorrow (August 10) on the band’s website and via iTunes.
Anthony Kiedis, for his part, is one of those rare rock vocalists whose voice has actually improved with age. In fact, 25 years in it is quite possible that the Chili Peppers are one of the best live acts going. At the very least, they’re a band practically tailor-made to top a festival bill.
Red Hot Chili Peppers announced today that a collection of unreleased tracks from the I’m With You sessions will be seeing the light of day later this summer. Eighteen songs will be released in pairs over a span of months from August through the beginning of 2013, and will be available as both digital download and on vinyl.
Are you ready for an onslaught of brand new Red Hot Chili Peppers singles over the next six months?
Obviously feeling prolific, the band has been “writing stuff while touring” and will “put out 18 new songs over the next 6 months on 7” and digi,” according to a tweet by Flea.
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