Come tomorrow, Red Hot Chili Peppers singer Anthony Kiedis will join that exclusive fraternity of Rock and Roll Hall of Fame members age 50 and over who still look good performing shirtless. Kiedis joins his bandmate, bassist Flea, who turned 50 two weeks ago, and the ageless Iggy Pop as wild and crazy topless Hall of Famers. The Peppers tried to show Tuesday at Target Center that they may be eligible for AARP but they're not the retiring types. Heck, new guitarist Josh Klinghoffer, 33, was only 4 when Kiedis and Flea formed the band. How did he fill John Frusciante's shoes? How exposed are Flea and Kiedis? Check out Star Tribune critic Jon Bream's review and Carlos Gonzalez's photo gallery at www.startribune.com.
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