June 13, 2016


Red Hot Chili Peppers Cover The Beatles' 'Hey Bulldog' With Anthony Kiedis on Bass

This weekend our favorite California rock band Red Hot Chili Peppers hit the stage at Pinkpop Festival in the Netherlands. Instead of a straight forward RHCP set (you know, which would be enough to satisfy any riff-lovin' fan) the guys opted to surprise the Dutch audience with a Beatles cover.

It was nothing too obvious, either. The guys rocked through "Hey Bulldog" from the iconic English band's 1966 album, Yellow Submarine.

They did one better than a standard cover. Frontman Anthony Kiedis decided to give Flea a break from his bass duties and picked up the stringed instrument himself. It made for a very special moment. Watch it above.