David Wild of Rolling Stone talked with Red Hot Chili Peppers frontman Anthony Kiedis about the group’s new album ‘By the Way’. When asked if he felt the group was still relevant, Kiedis said, “Yes. Because of who we are, the way we live and what we do, we could be having dinner with the queen of England and still maintain our punk-rock relevance. We could drive in limos and private jets all day long, and we’d still be more punk rock than bands that call themselves punk rock today. All of our motivation is true and real, and that’s more the essence of punk rock than people trying to sound like something that happened twenty years ago.”
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