Johnny Depp joins Alice Cooper on stage in Los Angeles - watch

Actor joined Prince Of Darkness on stage for medley of classic covers

Johnny Depp joins Alice Cooper on stage in Los Angeles - watch

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Alice Cooper was joined by Johnny Depp on stage at Los Angeles Orpheum Theatre on Thursday as the shock rocker's tour 'Raise The Dead' tour continued.

The actor, who has appeared played guitar alongside numerous artists including Oasis and The Black Keys, arrived on stage for the tribute section of the show, playing on covers of The Doors' 'Break On Through (To The Other Side)', The Beatles' 'Revolution', Jimi Hendrix's 'Foxy Lady' and The Who's 'My Generation'.

The covers were all chosen to pay tribute to to Alice's old drinking partners in notorious gang the Hollywood Vampires. Depp also played a handful of Cooper classics including 'Poison' and 'Schools Out'.

It's not the first time Depp has joined his friend Cooper on stage. Earlier this year, after the premiere of Depp's film Dark Shadows he and Cooper jammed on stage with Steven Tyler and Joe Perry of Aerosmith. They performed a blistering cover of The Beatles 'Come Together', complete with duelling guitar solos. Depp more than held his own, as you can see by clicking on the video here.

Depp will also be joining Alice Cooper on stage at his Christmas Pudding Charity Concert in Phoenix on December 8.

Johnny joined Alice Cooper for:
Break on Through (To The Other Side)
Revolution
Foxy Lady
My Generation
Poison
Under My Wheels
I'm 18
Schools Out

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