Fireside Chats: Chili Peppers' Flea Recounts Jazz Lifestyle of Earlier Era
"They never got into it for commerce or to be popular. They got into it because it was a cultural revolution: It was an important f---ing thing," recounted Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist Flea of jazz musicians of an earlier era (2:23 in video). The musician, along with the cast of Low Down -- which centers on the jazz experience in 1970s Hollywood -- visited THR's Sundance video lounge. The film, directed by Jeff Preiss, features Elle Fanning, Glenn Close, John Hawkes and Lena Headey.
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