At the Super Bowl on Sunday, the Red Hot Chili Peppers joined Bruno Mars on stage for the halftime show.
Many people noticed that the Red Hot Chili Peppers were not really playing their instruments, but were merely miming it because their instruments were not plugged in.
Red Hot Chili Peppers have been the center of discussion in the rock world since their Super Bowl performance of 'Give It Away.' It's been revealed that the band played to a pre-recorded instrumental track during the Super Bowl Halftime Show, drawing criticism from some. The latest to sound off on the subject is none other than Guns N' Roses singer Axl Rose, who offers up a very interesting reacti
Crooner Bruno Mars provided the halftime entertainment for Super Bowl XLVIII with an assist from the Red Hot Chili Peppers and a children's choir, the members of which held hands as they sang like cherubs for the first 30 seconds.
Since it's transformation from a touring festival to a weekend concert event, Lollapalooza has hosted some of the biggest names in music. This year alone brought Coldplay, Muse, Foo Fighters, My Morning Jacket and more. However, no artist in Lollapalooza history has drawn a bigger turnout than Detroit hip-hop star Eminem.
Former Fall Out Boy frontman Patrick Stump has been working on his solo album for a release in February, but he took time to have some fun and post it on YouTube. The singer recorded himself covering a capella versions of "Record of the Year" nominees at this year's Grammy Awards.