Johnny Depp took over lead vocals for a rendition of the late David Bowie’s “Heroes,” as well as “People Who Died” by the Jim Carroll Band. While Depp does have some talent as a musician, it’s more his swagger that is critical to the band.The band debuted two other new tracks during the set – “The Boogieman Sunrise” and “Bushwackers.” The Aerosmith rarity “Combination” also found it’s way into the set.
A fine tribute was paid to AC/DC’s Malcolm Young, who passed away last November. “We just lost Malcolm,” Alice Cooper stated. “But, we got The Joe,” referring to Joe Perry.The crown jewels of the night were Aerosmith’s “Sweet Emotion” and Alice Cooper’s “School’s Out.” It was a rock history lesson taught by living legends, definitely worth the price of admission.
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