Willis Music Artist of the Week – Red Hot Chili Peppers

Returning from their four month vacation through France, Brazil, Australia, and Iceland the Willis Music Eastgate Artist of the Week Honorary Artist Judging Committee is back to present the latest Willis Music Eastgate Artist of the Week Honorary Artist Award! Congratulations to the Willis Music Eastgate Artist of the Week Honorary Artist Award (WMEAotWHAA) recipient the Red Hot Chili Peppers!

RHCP is a part of rock and roll history, combining a groundbreaking sound with far less clothing than most people are comfortable with witnessing. Don’t let their tattooed, mostly naked, bad boy geriatric image fool you, though. They are quick to help out a friend, especially if they agreed to play a large televised gig that the majority of the world would be watching and their friend didn’t have enough of their own material to do the 15 minute show by themselves, and their friend couldn’t plug in their own instruments, let alone the RHCP instruments. What more could you ask from a friend?

RHCP’s style includes some great bass work from a guy named Flea, which if you consider the common flea, you don’t think of it as being particularly loud or low in pitch but that is the name he went with. Maybe he got that name ironically, in the style of the hipsters, but since we have heard of Flea and RHCP, and they don’t have beards and thick glasses, we doubt that’s the case.