Flea Recalls The First Ever Red Hot Chili Peppers Show While Announcing The NYC Landmark Club Is Now Closed
Red Hot Chili Peppers bass guitarist Flea took his official Twitter account to share a new post and revealed the place that held first ever RHCP shows.
As Flea shared the sad news about New York City’s rock and punk landmark club named The Pyramid Club, he also revealed what this place means to him after it got closed after forty-one years.
In the post, Flea pointed out that first-ever Red Hot Chili Peppers shows were made in this club and proved that The Pyramid Club had special memories inside it.
Furthermore, Flea said that it was a vibrant colorful place full of weird characters. While saying that he loves the place, Flea also mentioned that he had his funniest times in New York thanks to this club.
Here is what Flea wrote:
“First ever Red Hot Chili Peppers shows ever in NYC were here. It was a vibrant colorful place full of wild characters. I loved that place and had my funnest ever New York times there.”
You can check out the post below.
First ever rhcp shows ever in NYC were here. It was a vibrant colorful place full of wild characters. I loved that place and had my funnest ever New York times there https://t.co/UadnhDihhV
— Flea (@flea333) April 2, 2021