Hollywood Vampires — the rock & roll supergroup featuring Alice Cooper, Joe Perry and Johnny Depp — are in the middle of a brief run of West Coast shows ahead of their forthcoming second album, Rise. On Saturday, May 11th, the all-star band swung through Los Angeles' Greek Theatre and welcomed two special guests to the stage — Marilyn Manson, who stepped up for a cover of Cooper's "I'm Eighteen," a song he's sung many times with the shock-rock godfather, and Steven Tyler, who wailed and shimmied to Tiny Bradshaw's "Train Kept A-Rollin," a live staple of his band with Perry, Aerosmith. Check out fan-shot footage above and below. Hollywood Vampires, which also features Cooper's guitarist Tommy Henriksen, are set to drop Rise on June 21st via earMUSIC. As for Manson, he appears on a couple of the collector's covers of the new Revolver issue, including one alongside his Twins of Evil tour mate Rob Zombie; the next installment of the Twins of Evil tour is set to kick off this summer.
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