HOLLYWOOD VAMPIRES To Headline ALICE COOPER's 'Christmas Pudding'

HOLLYWOOD VAMPIRES To Headline ALICE COOPER's 'Christmas Pudding'

According to AZCentral.com, HOLLYWOOD VAMPIRES — the supergroup featuring international film star and musician Johnny Depp alongside Alice Cooper and AEROSMITH's Joe Perry — will headline the 17th annual Christmas Pudding concert on Saturday, December 8 at the Celebrity Theatre in Phoenix, Arizona.

Proceeds benefit the free music, dance, arts and vocational programs for teens at Cooper's Rock Teen Center.

HOLLYWOOD VAMPIRES previously headlined Christmas Pudding in 2016.

More guests will be announced soon.

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Tickets, which range from $120-$225, will go on sale at 10 a.m. on Monday, October 8.

HOLLYWOOD VAMPIRES is reportedly working on its second studio album for a 2019 release. The effort will be drastically different from the band's 2015 debut, which was comprised mostly of covers.

During the 1970s in the upstairs bar of the Rainbow Bar & Grill on the Sunset Strip in Hollywood, the "Hollywood Vampires" were born. It was a gathering place where celebrated artists such as John Lennon, Keith Moon, Jim Morrison, Alice Cooper, Harry Nilsson and countless others would meet and drink into the early morning hours, and the club became legendary.

Back in 2012, Cooper and Depp decided the time was right to revive the camaraderie and spirit that defined Hollywood Vampires" (minus the drinking), creating an environment for great artists to hang, laugh and play together. Cooper and Depp were joined by Perry, along with producer Bob Ezrin, and soon the recording began. The band's debut album, "Hollywood Vampires", was released in September 2015.

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