Last night, actor/musician/badass Johnny Depp stepped onstage during Alice Coopers concert at Orpheum Theatre in Los Angeles, California and performed the Doors' "Break On Through (To the Other Side)," the first of several classic rock covers, and he remained for the rest of the show as just one of four guitarists supporting Cooper, who stood amid grave markers for late icons Jimi Hendrix, Keith Moon, Jim Morrison and John Lennon. During a cover of the Beatles' "Revolution," Depp leaned into the riff Keith Richards-style as Cooper offered the peace sign, singing, "Don't you know it's gonna be all right!" Depp also joined Cooper during the classic song "School's Out"
Here is some video footage of this awesome moment in music:
It has been confirmed that actor and musician Johnny Depp will be jamming with the King Of Shock Rock Alice Cooper on December 8 at Comerica Theater in Phoenix, Arizona at the legendary rocker's 12th annual Christmas Pudding. 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.