It's just about that time for The Red Hot Chili Peppers to hibernate in a studio and work on album number 12!
However, ahead of that, the band has played a few shows which included some really cool covers!
On Saturday, the band performed at Silverlake Conservatory of Music gala in Los Angeles. This was held in tribute to Mo Ostin, Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee, who has worked with all kinds of artists/bands including the Chili Peppers.
“Ostin is beyond historically important to this world, It was because he loved music. It was his giving heart that cared about music that inspired us to want to make great records and enabled us to want to start this school.”
The band then went on to take on Jimi Hendrix (who Ostin worked with) and his classic "Purple Haze." They also did a cover of “Ramblin’ Man” by The Allman Brothers.
Take a look at filmed footage of both covers: