Red Hot Chili Peppers frontman Anthony Kiedis, who is soon to be a father, has spoken of his enjoyment of Eddie, Flea & Jack's perfmance at Hullabaloo earlier this month, which will benefit underpriveliged children:
"It was really fun. Eddie Vedder got up there with a power trio consisting of Jack Irons on drums and Flea on bass, and he came off and the guy was drenched as if he had just come in from the ocean. It was kind of like if The Who were a trio today, it might be like that. It brought in a ton of money. Kids will benefit. Kids will get scholarships, and they'll get lessons to learn music. That's what it's there for. (It's) very simple."