Their set list included cover songs of David Bowie's "Rebel Rebel," The Who's "My Generation" and Aerosmith's "Sweet Emotion," according to a picture posted via The Hollywood Vampires' official Instagram page.
Fans in attendance later took to the popular app to post pics and videos of Depp live in action. "I think Johnny Depp is my new favorite actor turn[ed] musician," one guest wrote. "He was so nice and gracious backstage, and up on stage he was having such a good time jamming the entire night. I also think he'd be a good wing man, because for some reason the girls just went crazy every time he came over to our side."
Depp has been touring with the classic rock band, which also consists of Alice Cooper and Joe Perry, the past few months. They kicked off their string of scheduled performances with a show at the Turning Stone Casino in Verona, New York, in May, followed by stops in Portugal, Romania and Denmark.
The tour came in the midst of Depp's legal drama with his estranged wife, Amber Heard. On the same day the Hollywood Vampires took the stage in Verona, Heard went to a court house in Los Angeles, California, with her lawyer to file a restraining order against the 53-year-old actor, less than a week after filing for divorce. The restraining order hearing, which was originally set for June 17, has since been postponed to two separate dates in August.
Depp has proved that the show must go on, however. Once the band wrapped the European leg of their tour, he was spotted relaxing on his private island in the Bahamas. The crew got back together late last month for a surprise appearance at The Comedy Store in L.A. While in town, they also stopped by 95.5 KLOS Jonesy's Jukebox radio show, where Depp expressed the negative side that often comes with being a famous actor.
"The drag is all the hoopla that happens," the Pirates of the Caribbean star explained. "I like the process of it, [but] I don't wanna be a product. I don't watch the movies, so for me all I have is the experience."