Johnny Depp may be one of Hollywood's top actors, but he earned some rock cred on Monday night when he jammed with Aerosmith at a show in Los Angeles.
Depp took to the stage with Aerosmith on Monday night for a concert at L.A.'s Staples Center, E! News reported. He strapped on a six-string and played two songs with legendary rock band -- Fleetwood Mac's "Stop Messin' Around" and the Beatles' "Come Together."
The crowd went wild when the 49-year-old "Pirates of the Caribbean" actor made his appearance, according to E! News.
This is the second time Depp has joined Aerosmith this year, ABC News Radio reported. He also played a few songs with Steven Tyler and the band at the Hollywood Bowl back in August.
Former Guns N' Roses guitarist Izzy Stradlin took the stage to join Aerosmith for "Mama Kin" during the encore, Noise Creep reported.
Aerosmith is not the only band actor-cum-rocker Depp moonlights for.
On Nov. 29, Depp played with Alice Cooper at L.A.'s Orpheum Theatre, according to the Rolling Stone, performing the Doors' "Break On Through (To the Other Side)" and the Beatles' "Revolution." On Nov. 19, he made a surprise appearance at Petty Fest, a charity event for the Sweet Relief Musicians Fund featuring celebs covering Tom Petty's greatest hits, according to The Hollywood Reporter. He jammed to Petty's" Mary Jane's Last Dance" with Ke$ha on vocals.
Depp also jammed with The Black Keys at the MTV Movie Awards, where Aerosmith presented him with the Generation Award.
Check out some videos of Johnny Depp performing with Aerosmith on Dec. 3 in L.A. below.