How Red Hot Chili Pepper–in–chief Anthony Kiedis triumphed over a quarter-century of crippling drug addiction, band tragedy and regrettable crotchwear to become the zen-est dude in rock.
Longtime fans of the Chili Peppers know that their vibe has been more than a bit on the randy side — despite the rootsy elegies and soaring psychedelia that characterize their latest work.
Even though Jessica Stam isn’t at Kate’s level, Stam is a well-regarded model with major magazine covers and ad campaigns under her belt.
Taurus Kincardine, Ontario, Canada Stam attended Sacred Heart High School in Walkerton, Ontario.
“No one ever thought this would happen.” As he would be the first to admit, Kiedis’s success is the Chili Peppers’ success.
The Canadian model rose to fame in the early 2000s after catching the attention of photographer Steven Meisel and has since landed campaigns for the likes of Marc Jacobs, Anna Sui, and Giorgio Armani.
Taking to Instagram on Sunday (25Jun17), Jessica posted a photo of herself in a blue and white printed top and black leather jacket, while showing off a small baby bump.
He’s Los Angelan — alongside Beck, Ice Cube and Vince Neil, one of the most profoundly L. Raised mostly in Hollywood by his father, a sometime actor and Sunset Boulevardier, he grew up splitting time between the druggy corners of downtown L. and the woodsy arcadias of northern California (also making periodic trips to Michigan to stay with his mom). T.), he wandered an erratic path through Hollywood decadence, punk aggression and Big Sur spirituality.
Ensconced in the late-’70s rock scene and the early-’80s film biz (playing Sylvester Stallone’s son in F. With Fairfax High buddies Flea and Slovak he formed a gag band for a talent show, tapped unexpected rockingness and began a two-decade process that would leave him a strange, highly paid combination of Laguna bohemian, Venice muscle boy, recovering junkie, Tantric-sex god, Gen X mosh star and, most recently, confident rock singer.