Former GUNS N' ROSES guitarist Izzy Stradlin and international film star and musician Johnny Depp joined AEROSMITH on stage during their headlining show Monday night (December 3) in Los Angeles.

Depp stepped in on guitar for the vintage FLEETWOOD MAC blues jam "Stop Messin' Around" and THE BEATLES' "Come Together", while Stradlin came up for AEROSMITH's "Mama Kin", the second song of the band's encore at the Staples Center.

The setlist was as follows:

01. Toys In The Attic
02. Love In An Elevator
03. Jaded
04. Oh Yeah
05. Livin' On The Edge
06. Movin' Out
07. Walkin' The Dog (RUFUS THOMAS cover)
08. Last Child
09. Drum Solo
10. Rag Doll
11. Boogie Man
12. Combination
13. Stop Messin' Around (FLEETWOOD MAC cover) (with Johnny Depp)
14. Come Together (THE BEATLES cover) (with Johnny Depp)
15. Lover Alot
16. What It Takes
17. No More No More
18. Dude (Looks Like A Lady)
19. Walk This Way (with "Mother Popcorn" intro)


20. Dream On
21. Mama Kin (with Izzy Stradlin)
22. Sweet Emotion

Fan-filmed video footage can be seen below.

Stradlin and GUNS singer Axl Rose were the only original members of the group to skip its induction into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame last April.

Although he has kept a low public profile since leaving GUNS 20 years ago, Stradlin has released no less than 11 solo studio albums, and issued a new single last month called "Baby-Rann".


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