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Red Hot Chili Peppers Take Side with Pussy Riot
23.07.2012 13:18
Red Hot Chili Peppers Take Side with Pussy Riot
Anthony Kiedis

The vocalist of Red Hot Chili Peppers took the stage in the Luzhniki Concert Hall in Moscow wearing a T-shirt with the inscription Pussy Riot.

It was in the same Pussy Riot T-shirt that Anthony Kiedis appeared at the band’s concert in St. Petersburg.

Earlier, on July 3, the American rock band Faith No More at its concert in the Moscow club Stadium also supported the arrested girls from the Pussy Riot band.

It is a reminder that activists from the Pussy Riot punk band were arrested after performing a public prayer with the words: “Our Lady, banish Putin!” in Christ the Saviour Cathedral in the very heart of Moscow.





Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Concerts in Moscow Concerts in St. Petersburg Pussy Riot Opposition  

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