Ever since word trickled out that Johnny Depp, Alice Cooper and Joe Perry had formed some sort of band, information about that project — called the Hollywood Vampires — has been scant. “We’ve done a lot of recording together recently,” Cooper told Rolling Stone last year. But now, more details are starting to emerge, and these involve a full album, a likely fall tour and a cameo appearance by none other than Paul McCartney. Continue reading Paul McCartney Revives 1969 Track for Joe Perry Supergroup
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Rio de Janeiro, February 11, 2015 – The organizers of Rock in Rio have just announced that Hollywood Vampires will be playing at the Main Stage of the Brazilian edition of the festival, which takes place at the City of Rock, on September 18, 19, 20, 24, 25, 26 and 27. The band, featuring rock icon Alice Cooper, American Actor, Producer and Musician Johnny Depp and Joe Perry, lead guitarist for Aerosmith will play on the same night as Queens of the Stone Age and System of a Down.
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Last July, Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry said he did a recording session with Paul McCartney, Alice Cooper and Johnny Depp. But since then, nothing else has been said…until now.
He tells us Depp asked him to take part in the session, which is part of a tribute to the Hollywood Vampires, a drinking club of the early ’70s that included Cooper, John Lennon, Ringo Starr, Harry Nilsson, Micky Dolenz and Keith Moon.
McCartney, Cooper, Perry and Depp recorded “Come and Get It,” a song McCartney wrote for Badfinger. It will likely be part of, or tied in with, Cooper’s upcoming album of classic rock covers.
The four men have numerous links. Cooper once gave Paul McCartney a circular bed that once belonged to Groucho Marx. Aerosmith recorded The Beatles’ “Come Together” for the soundtrack to the Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band movie. George Martin produced the song, and Steven Tyler performed it in tribute to McCartney a few years ago at the Kennedy Center Honors.
Depp has performed with Cooper and Aerosmith and guests on Perry’s recent Christmas EP. The actor is also in three of McCartney’s recent videos.