Alice Cooper and Johnny Depp. One is a heavy-metal music legend, the other is one of Hollywood’s sweethearts. So, what do they have in common, then? The love for music. There is no need to go on about Alice Cooper’s career, which spans on over 4 decades. There is no point in rambling about Johnny Depp’s successful career, amazing talent and highly-awarded movies, either.
But when rumor has it that these two international icons will join forces, we cannot help but wonder what will that be like. In a recent interview with the newspaper The Sun, Alice Cooper confessed that he would love for Johnny Depp to join him on tour. The rockstar stated that Johnny did not come to Hollywood to pursue an acting career – he came there to play guitar, to be a full-time musician.
According to Alice Cooper, he always says to Depp: “If you really want to go out on tour, let me know and you can come with us.” He also said: “I wouldn’t be surprised if he did“. We will have to wait and see if Johnny Depp will accept Cooper’s invitation, and now that he and Vanessa Paradise are over, we should not be surprised if he did, either.
Even though Johnny Depp turned to acting, he did not let go of his dream of becoming a musician. Few people know this, but the actor is an active member of the P band. He also had numerous musical collaborations with big names of the industry, including Alice Cooper. Depp also performed on stage with Marilyn Manson, bassist Flea from Red Hot Chili Peppers, Steve Jones of the Sex Pistols, and Gibby Haynes from Surfers Buthole.
Depp and Cooper have performed together during a private concert in London, England, which took place earlier in June at the 100 Club to promote their new movie, Dark Shadows. The two spent a lot of time together when shooting the movie, so it should not come as a big surprise if Depp accepts Cooper’s invitation and goes on tour with him. Imagine seeing rockstar Alice Cooper and Hollywood superstar Johnny Depp together on stage, during a whole show! We bet that it would be more than amazing.
After rocking it out at the 100 Club, Cooper and Alice paired up once again and performed together at the Dark Shadows post premiere after party at the El Capitan theater in Los Angeles, when they were also joined by the Aerosmith rockers.