Tuesday, July 7, 2015

Flea rocks a Temple jersey at the Liacouras Center last night

Flea, best known as the bassist for the Red Hot Chili Peppers, played the Liacouras Center last night as part of Atoms for Peace, a side project of Radiohead's Thom Yorke.

Flea rocks a Temple jersey at the Liacouras Center last night

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Flea, best known as the bassist for the Red Hot Chili Peppers, played the Liacouras Center last night as part of Atoms for Peace, a side project of Radiohead's Thom Yorke.

The frenetic bassist came out on stage clad in a massive Temple basketball jersey. Current "Project Runway" contestant Dom Streater, herself a Moore College of Art grad, snapped the above photo.

No word yet on what local collegiate team Yorke affiliates himself with.

While in town, Flea also went to the Philadelphia Museum of Art, calling it his "favorite museum in the world" on Twitter.

Rolling Stone, along with a review, has a setlist for the show:

"Before Your Very Eyes"
"Default"
"The Clock"
"Ingenue"
"Stuck Together Pieces"
"Unless"
"And It Rained All Night"
"Harrowdown Hill"
"Dropped"
"Cymbal Rush"
"Skip Divided"
"Feeling Pulled Apart by Horses"
"Rabbit in Your Headlights"
"Paperbag Writer"
"Amok"
"Atoms for Peace"
"Black Swan"

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