For all his accolades and accomplishments as an actor, Johnny Depp ain't too shabby a musician, either.
Depp was the special guest star promised by Alice Cooper at the Rock n' Roll Hall of Famer's Sunday night show at London's 100 Club. The "Pirates of the Caribbean" star rocked out to "I'm Eighteen" and Cooper's iconic "School's Out," for which he ripped a tasty solo riff.
The actor is no stranger to playing with famous musicians; he took lead guitar duty on the Haiti charity recording of the song "I Put A Spell On You," and played lead slide guitar on "Fade In-Out" on Oasis' album "Be Here Now," calling it a career high.
Depp played guitar in the hit film "Chocolat," and even had a series of his own bands, including the 80s garage band, The Kids. He also was in the short lived band P, alongside Butthole Surfers lead Gibby Haynes.
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