Johnny Depp joins Alice Cooper on stage in celebration of the 40th anniversary of 'School's Out'

By Gina DiFalco,

Johnny Depp once again dabbled in his musician side when he got on stage to jam with Alice Cooper on Thursday night.

The Lone Ranger actor joined the rocker at the Orpheum Theatre in Los Angeles and played such hits as The Beatles' "Revolution," The Doors' "Break On Through (To the Other Side)," and Jimi Hendrix's "Foxy Lady."

An onlooker told People, “Johnny was in great spirits. He was really happy and at ease, especially on stage with the rest of the band."

Rolling Stone reports that Cooper played a 90-minute set, mostly consisting of his signature ‘70s glam. He played a lot of the music from his first 10 years of being an artist, in celebration of the 40th anniversary of his School's Out album.

Back in April, Depp got on stage with Marilyn Manson for the song “Sweet Dreams” at Revolver magazine's Golden Gods Awards concert at Club Nokia in Los Angeles.

Depp played the guitar along with the band, with many not noticing who it was until Manson said at the end "If you don't recognize my personal friend ... my personal savior, my personal guitar hero ... Johnny Depp!"



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