Yes, that’s right. Guitarist Josh Klinghoffer did a piano rendition of the song to start the band’s encore performance.
The band actually live-streamed the entire concert that took place right in front of the pyramids of Giza.
The “Pyramid Song” performance takes place around 1:59:00 of the video, but you can watch the entire show below.
In other news, RHCP’s Flea recently entertained the crowd at a Tasmanian gig by doing handstands after a power outage halted their set. You can see a photo of that below.
Anoche al finalizar Can’t Stop, se cortó la electricidad en los micrófonos, por lo que Flea hizo su clásica parada de manos para entretener al público y AK habló con los fans frente al escenario para pedirles que transmitan a la gente de atrás que el sonido no estaba funcionando pic.twitter.com/kKfwVRzFpA
— RHCP Argentina (@ChiliPeppersArg) February 17, 2019
Red Hot Chili Peppers light up Grammys stage
Malone started his set with an emotional acoustic performance of “Stay” complete with moody fog and a skull-adorned jacket. He showed off his amazing vocal chops and only made us love him more.
He then lightened the mood with a rendition of “Rockstar” before transitioning into his collab with the Chili Peppers. Malone played guitar with the band for “Dark Necessities” and sang backing vocals.
Chili Peppers frontman Anthony Kiedis even took his shirt off during the set, which was somewhat confusing but we don’t hate it.
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