It's a good week for the Obama campaign: George Clooney agreed to host a fundraiser for the President's campaign and the DNC and the Red Hot Chili Peppers are playing a free show for the campaign's volunteers.
The band will be in Cleveland this weekend to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and they've decided to let local campaign workers who volunteered on phone banks to attend the show for free. The concert will take place at the House of Blues.
A local news outlet reports that the RHCP show will mark the first time in the President's reelection campaign that a rock band is lending its help.
The Peppers' last album, I'm With You, was released in August. Other 2012 inductees into the Rock Hall include The Beastie Boys, Guns n' Roses, Donovan and Faces. No word yet on any surprise campaign appearances by Axl Rose.
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