Hollywood star Johnny Depp is heading to Europe for an overseas tour with his band Hollywood Vampires, which includes rock giants like Joe Perry, Alice Cooper and Tommy Henriksen.
According to ‘Variety’, the supergroup had earlier canceled a tour in March due to pandemic-related constraints. “We have been trying to do this, but unfortunately this is not possible due to the uncertainty of the COVID travel restrictions,” he wrote in a statement at the time.
Now, the group plans to reunite with fans in Germany and Luxembourg for six shows. However, it will be a bit of a wait, as his first gig is not until next June at the Rudolf Weber Arena in Oberhausen, Germany. His last show will be on June 30 at the Zitadel in Mainz, Germany.
Johnny Depp is performing with Jeff Beck as a guest on his live show – which made headlines when the actor sued his ex-wife for starting a performance with the famous guitarist just before the verdict of his trial traveled to Europe. Amber Heard,
Depp rejoined Beck to run shows in Europe until the tour ended in Paris on July 25.
Jeff Becky And Johnny Depp has also collaborated on a new album ’18’.
They are releasing a joint project on July 15 with the set’s first single, “This Is a Song for Miss Hedy Lamar”, which has already been released.
The song, written by Depp, pays tribute to American film actress Lamar (who died in 2000 at the age of 85). It is one of two songs Depp wrote for the project, the other being “Sad Motherfuckin Parade”.
The original Johnny Depp-written track is the outliers of ’18’, an album composed of otherwise cover songs, some of them sung by Depp, some entirely in instrumental form.
In a statement, Beck said he was “blown away” with Depp when he first shared the song “Hedy Lamar,” three years ago. “That song is one of the reasons I asked him to make an album with me,” Beck said.