Hosted by Flea, founding member and bassist of the Red Hot Chili Peppers, This Little Light is a podcast about falling in love with music. Flea interviews musical guests from all genres to discuss the teachers who guided them, the influences that inspired them, and how the lessons they learned as young musicians have shaped their creativity, resilience, and careers. Guests range from legends to rising stars, and include Rick Rubin, Patti Smith, Thundercat Margo Price, and Cynthia Erivo. The podcast is produced by Cadence13 and Parallel, with proceeds benefiting the Silverlake Conservatory of Music, a Los Angeles-based non-profit that Flea co-founded in 2001.
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Anthony Kiedis’ music education and evolution, from 1. Experimenting with his earliest form of special expression via dance → 2. Meeting Flea in high school and starting his musical journey → 3. Embracing his role as a singer → 4. The RHCP very first... more
John Frusciante’s music education and evolution, from 1. First picking up an acoustic guitar (that he wished was electric) → 2. His first experiences with teachers, including ones that inspired him and ones that discouraged him → 3. Discovering punk ... more
Earl Sweatshirt’s music education and evolution, from 1. Growing up in Chicago, lying on his family’s Persian rug listening to jazz, African horns, and gospel music → 2. Being a dad now, watching his son learn rhythm → 3. Learning saxophone in elemen... more
Thank you, Flea for having the ability to release a podcast in an overly saturated podcast world that has the ability to penetrate the listener immediately… you’re such a rare gem and hearing these conversations (the Kiedis one is extraordinary) is such a gift to us all… fans of music and humans.
As a writer and bedroom musician, this is a great podcast that sheds light on the foundations of the creative process. There are some big name guests here, but even those you may not be familiar with are interesting to hear. Everyone has a different background and approach, showing how there’s no “one” right way to be an artist. Obviously this podcast is about music, but the wisdom also applies to other art forms as well. Highly recommend!
i bow in humility with a forever debt to Flea and the love flowing through him to us in this universe. thank you for sharing so much of your little light with us and always putting community, children and the purity of peaceful purpose in action first and foremost. may you continue to ignite and sing the songs of the unsung for decades to come, mr. tapscott would be so proud just like so many others that you will never know. yet still, i shout from the top of my digital lungs, THANK YOU to one ... more
The conversations Flea has with these people are amazing. Flea is so personable, it feels like you are sitting there in the conversation. Flea’s love of music and attention to the stories makes you feel like he would love for you to share your own musical journey no matter the level of significance.
Truly, is there anyone more lovely than Flea? He inspires me to be a better person every time he talks. Peace and love to you, Flea. 🏼
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This Little Light launched 6 months ago and published 16 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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