RHCP cancelled the show after their lead vocalist, Anthony Kiedis, was hospitalized
Red hot Chili Peppers vocalist Anthony Kiedis has been hospitalized, by of his band.
The band additionally crossed out their featuring execution Saturday night at a show put on by KROQ, one of Los Angeles' most well-known radio stations.
Stew Peppers bass player Flea declared the news in front of an audience.
"Anthony [Kiedis] is en route to the healing facility at this moment," said Flea in recordings posted on online networking. "We are crushed about it. We live to shake ... be that as it may, tragically there's a medicinal thing that happened and he expected to manage it."
Drummer Chad Smith tweeted "Nobody's more frustrated than us that we couldn't perform today evening time. Sending love and a rapid recuperation to my sibling Anthony."
CNN has contacted the band's marketing specialist for input.
Kiedis, 53, and the Red Hot Chili Peppers were booked to perform at KROQ's yearly Weenie Roast show at the Irvine Meadows Amphitheater.
Their next booked show is May 17 in Burbank, California, as per the band's site. This singer is yet to get married and has no children. Rest of the information regarding his net worth, affair, and more can be easily obtained from the internet.