International film star and musician Johnny Depp joined Alice Cooper on stage last night (Thursday, November 29) at The Orpheum Theatre in Los Angeles for the "Raise The Dead" tribute section of the rocker's show through the end.
Johnny and Cooper's band — which consists of Alice on vocals, Ryan Roxie, Orianthi and Tommy Henriksen on guitars, Chuck Garric on bass and Glen Sobel on drums — ripped through covers of "Break On Through (To the Other Side)", "Revolution", "Foxy Lady" and "My Generation", plus Cooper classics "I'm Eighteen", "Under My Wheels" and "Poison". "School's Out" rounded out the set as the encore, with Johnny out with the band straight to the end.
Check out photos at AliceCooper.com. A short video clip is available below.
Depp will also jam with Alice Cooper at the rocker's 12th annual Christmas Pudding on December 8 at Comerica Theater in Phoenix, Arizona. Johnny will join Alice and his band, along with other scheduled performers Don Felder and L.A. GUNS, and special guest host John O'Hurley for a night of music, dance, and mayhem.
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