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Red Hot Chilli Peppers "Might Show Up" To Michael Jackson Concert

Chad Smith, the drummer with the Red Hot Chilli Peppers, spotted leaving Spagos restaurant in Beverly Hills after having dinner with Scott Ian of 'Anthrax'...

Posted on 26th August 2011

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Billy Duffy On London Riots, "Just Guys Stealing Shoes and iPods"

Billy Duffy, the English songwriter and guitarist with post-punk band 'The Cult', leaving Spagos restaurant in Beverly Hills after having dinner with Scott Ian of...

Posted on 26th August 2011

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