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Red Hot Chili Peppers lead singer Anthony Kiedis is “giving away now” a few of his music trophies in online charity auctions.

The framed double gold discs of “Stadium Arcadium” and “Dani California” given to the band in Sweden have gone under the hammer to support Oxfam International and its response to Haiti earthquake. The memorabilia comes from singer’s personal collection and is signed by Anthony on the back: “To Haiti with Love. Anthony Kiedis LOVE 2010”.
Access the auction and photos here. The current bid at time of writing is $750,00 and the lot closes on 23rd February 2010.

In turn, Silverlake Conservatory of Music announced another auction of Anthony Kiedis’ treasure. It’s an award from the New Zealand music industry for 4x platinum sale of “Stadium Arcadium”. The unique piece of history is emblazoned with the traditional Taonga – highly valued culture treasure of Māori. The proceeds will be given to Flea's music school, Silverlake Conservatory of Music. The auction is running 4 more days. Click here for more info.

Who doesn’t want to sing “Give it away give it away give it away now”…?!

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