iHeart Radio's Alter Ego Highlights

Publish Date
Tuesday, 17 January 2023, 9:51AM

The 2023 iHeartRadio ALTer EGO Presented By Capital One can be summed up in one word: EPIC. The concert took over the Kia Forum in Los Angeles with an incredible lineup of Alternative rock's biggest bands.

Hosted by Woody of iHeartRadio ALT 98.7's nationally syndicated "The Woody Show" , performers at this year's iHeartRadio ALTer EGO included Rock and Roll Hall of Famers Red Hot Chili Peppers, Jack White, Muse, Fall Out Boy, Phoenix, CHVRCHES, Beach Weather and Rosa Linn.

From a very nostalgic Fall Out Boy set, to Phoenix climbing a wall to hug fans, to Jack White's unreal vocal abilities and so much more, there were a ton of incredible moments from the 2023 iHeartRadio ALTer EGO. Check them out below.

Phoenix's Thomas Mars scaled a wall to hug fans

To wrap up their set, Phoenix burst into their infectious hit from Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix, "1901." Just when they thought the set was over, Mars jumped into the audience and brought his extra-long microphone cord down with him as he walked through the audience and ended up scaling a wall to get to the fans on the second level of the Forum. Fans watched in awe as the lead singer thanked them up close.

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Red Hot Chili Peppers delivered a powerful finale

The alternative rock icons packed tons of classic Chili Peppers smash-hits into their highly-anticipated closing set at the star-studded festival.

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Jack White hit an insane high note

While it's basic human knowledge the "Seven Nation Army" singer can absolutely shred on any guitar put in his hands, not many talk about how he has a great voice as well. In fact, he was hitting some Mariah Carey-level high notes during his performance at the KIA Forum.

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Muse sucked everyone into a "Super Massive Black Hole" of fan favorites

During their iHeartRadio ALTer EGO performance, Muse delivered fans songs from their latest album, as well as some career-spanning hits, including "Madness," "Uprising," and "Supermassive Black Hole."

Photo: Ashley Osborn for iHeartRadio

Originally published on iHeart.


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