London: Hollywood superstar Johnny Depp turned rockstar for a night as he joined Alice Cooper at a private concert and played the guitar in style.
The `Pirates of the Caribbean` star stunned the crowd at the British capital`s iconic 100 Club by playing a rhythm guitar on versions of Alice Cooper classics `I`m Eighteen` and
`School`s Out`, reported a website.
Depp, 48, who started his career as a musician, joined Cooper on stage to promote the rocker`s new album Welcome 2 My Nightmare.
The shock rocker was performing in a star-studded campaign which included Paul MCCartney and Mick Jagger. The pair then performed Pink Floyd`s `Another Brick In The Wall`.
After finishing the songs, Depp hugged Cooper, who told him, "I think we could use another guitar player, right? Johnny, this whole movie thing... If it doesn`t pan out, join
Later Cooper also posted a picture of Depp from the night on his Facebook page alongside the words, "Johnny Depp!! Waiting to jump on stage with Alice for 18 and Schools Out!".