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The Greatest Lesson I Learned From My Favorite Singer

It’s to do what you love.

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In Anthony Kiedis’s autobiography Scar Tissue, the Red Hot Chili Peppers singer penned what drove him to start taking music seriously.

He was eighteen and in his freshman year at UCLA. Although he was a relatively good student, he was bound to encounter some trouble. Nonetheless it would be accurate to…




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