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Red Hot Chili Peppers

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1. I chose to write about this article because I'm fond of old 90's rock music, especially the Red Hot Chili Peppers. I think it's interesting reading about artists and bands and their stories.

2. In this article I learned about a saxophonist, Miguel Zenon. He was born and raised in Puerto Rico. Miguel makes jazz music and is coming about with a new album. I also learned about Anthony Keidis's (the lead singer of the Red Hot Chili Peppers) struggle with drugs and other crimes and he has been sober for a while. It talks about how some song relate to his struggle with addiction.

3. The articles didn't change my perspective on anything because I already knew about the Red Hot Chili Peppers' lead singers addiction.

4. The age group that would benefit the most is teenagers and young adults because they could be growing up listening to Red Hot Chili Peppers.

5. My prediction for Anthony Keidis is going to be sober for many more years and keep making good music because he had finally come to realization that he doesn't need drugs to make good music. My prediction for Miguel Zenon is that his upcoming album will sell very well because it's a new sound most people aren't used to.

6. My opinion about the authors writing is that he really knows his music and not bias in different genres of music. "Did I Let You Know" rides a slight tropical rhythm, a trick maybe borrowed from Vampire Weekend or one of its more toothless peers, bands that in the past five years have reframed the idea of what it means to be a funk-aware rock band, engaged but not visceral"

7. This article is connected to my life because music production is one of many careers I'm interested in. I'm very open-minded when it comes to music. Anthony Keidis problem can relate to my life because even though he went through bumps down the road, he picked himself up and worked harder.


This article is about Miguel Zenon and The Red Hot Chili Peppers. Miguel Zenon is a saxophonist born in Puerto Rico. In 2008 he received the MacArthus Award for contemporary jazz. Most of his work is old Puerto Rican jazz. "Jibaro" and "Esta Plena" are his most famous songs that bring out the islands old jazz. Miguel remade songs from a famous film called "Buena Vist Social Club". In his latest album he's trying to preserve the original sounds of this song but remaking the beautiful ensemble.

The second section of the article is about the Red Hot Chili Peppers but mainly Anthony Keidis. The lead singer for the Red Hot Chili Peppers battled through addiction and finally comes to realization that he doesn't need drugs or prostitutes to make good music. In many of his songs, he relates to his bumps in



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