Flea Reflects On The Jane’s Addiction Live Show Which Makes Him Cry
Red Hot Chili Peppers’ bass guitarist Flea shared his thoughts about Jane’s Addiction and one of their most influential performance by sharing a new post on his official Twitter account.
Jane’s Addiction is a rock band fronted by Perry Farrell, and they had been playing between 1985-1991. After six years, the band reunited once again, and they have been active since then. A year before their disbandment in 1990, Jane’s Addiction toured in both North America and Europe. Towards the end of the year, the band promoted their second studio album, ‘Ritual de lo Habitual.’
In a recent tweet he posted, Flea mentioned his interest in Jane’s Addiction by stating that he has been listening to the band lately. The talented bassist particularly mentioned the band’s live shows in the 1990s, and admitted that their live performances were making him burst into tears.
The veteran bass guitarist, who also performed with Jane’s Addiction in 1997, pointed out that the 1990s was such a great moment of life as he showed his respect for Jane’s Addiction.
Flea on Jane’s Addiction:
“Listening to Jane’s addiction. The live shit from 1990 making me cry. Such a beautiful moment in time.”
You can check out the post below.
Listening to Jane’s addiction. The live shit from 1990 making me cry. Such a beautiful moment in time.
— Flea (@flea333) September 23, 2021