The Hollywood Vampires--Alice Cooper,Joe Perry and Johnny Depp— started their short West Coast tour Friday night at the Joint at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas.
With a new album on the way, their combined some original songs along with covers, as they did on their previous tours. In all they did eight songs off the new disc,Rise, which will be out on June 21st.
Covers on Friday included The Doors' "Break on Through,"AC/DC's "The Jack,"David Bowie's "Heroes" and The Who's "Baba O'Riley,"
On Saturday the tour hit the Greek Theater in Los Angeles and the celebs were in attendance, including Steven Tyler who came out for "The Train Kept-a-Rollin'," a staple of many Aerosmith shows, and Marilyn Manson joined Cooper for "I'm Eighteen."