CHAD SMITH'S BOMBASTIC MEATBATS: Soundcheck, Backstage Footage Posted Online

SatomiMusicumentary has uploaded soundcheck and backstage footage of the January 9, 2009 concert by CHAD SMITH'S BOMBASTIC MEATBATS — featuring RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS drummer Chad Smith, bassist Kevin Chown (UNCLE KRACKER, TED NUGENT), and keybaordist Ed Roth (GLENN HUGHES, RONNIE MONTROSE) and guitarist Jeff Kollman (GLENN HUGHES, MOGG/WAY, UFO) — at the Baked Potato (3787 W. Cahuenga Blvd.) in Studio City, California. Watch the four-minute clip below.

CHAD SMITH'S BOMBASTIC MEATBATS recorded the January 9 and January 10 shows at the Baked Potato for a future live album.

The band debuted last year at the annual NAMM show in Anaheim, California and has since completed a studio album, co-produced by the band and Jono Brown.

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