Red-hot Chili Peppers tribute to play St Albans pub
PUBLISHED: 21:43 06 October 2011
A RED-HOT night of funk-rock is expected in St Albans this weekend.
For the Hot Red Chili Peppers are playing The Horn pub on Saturday night.
With Red Hot Chili Peppers – fresh from their recent number one album I’m With You – hotly tipped for next summer’s rock festival at Knebworth House, this is the perfect opportunity to get a bit of Chilis action before then.
Looking and sounding like RHCP, the tribute group also capture the spirit of the Californian rockers.
Regarded as one of the best Chili tributes in the country, they have had more than 85,000 plays on their two tracks on MySpace.
Frontman Mic Smith has all the moves and could probably get a job as an Anthony Kiedis lookalike, such is the resemblance.
The rest of the band are a tight unit and energetic to boot onstage – even doing the infamous socks encore!
Tickets for the show at the Victoria Street music venue cost £6 in advance and £7 on the door.
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