At John Frusciante's first show back in the band...

Red Hot Chili Peppers saluted Gang Of Four guitarist Andy Gill over the weekend.

The band have guitarist John Frusciante back in the fold, and agreed to play a special charity show over the weekend.

Jane’s Addiction’s Stephen Perkins filled in on drums for the absent Chad Smith, with the group performing at a memorial concert for Andrew Burkle put on by the Tony Hawk Foundation.

Red Hot Chili Peppers played a short set, matching 'Give It Away' against a version of The Stooges' proto-punk classic 'I Wanna Be Your Dog'.

Alongside this the band also performed a version of Gang Of Four's 'Not Great Men' to salute the passing of Andy Gill.

Watch some live footage below.

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