They call themselves Hollywood Vampires and no one’s complaining. You might turn into an instant fan upon knowing that this new band includes some of the biggest names in the music industry like Alice Cooper and Johnny Depp and many more of their friends.
They are definitely an all-star group, and they are not stopping with just keeping their talents to themselves. Recently, the group collectively regarded as Hollywood Vampires hinted on their very first official attempt in making their music collaborations mainstream via a self-titled debut album. Hollywood Vampires also released the news that their first attempt at radio will be more accessible because it can be streamed online.
One of the highlights on this endeavor is the promotion of their home-grown track entitled ‘My Generation’ which features Alice Cooper’s harsh yet pleasing vocals and Johnny Depp’s hidden talent in playing the guitar.
The song My Generation, originally sung by the equally famous band Who, will be hitting online sites showcasing other talents including that of guitarist Tommy Henriksen, bass supernova Bruce Witkin and the drumming skills displayed by Zak Starkey.
The said track is to be included on their self-titled debut album which has been parading music stands since September 11th. Hollywood Vampires, the album, will be highly-motivated with the leaps of faith from Cooper, Depp and Joe Perry.
As if the inclusion of some famous names into the band itself is not enough, the album is said to be a fusion of other equally-talented artists in the music industry. Some of those expected to be heard include Dave Grohl, Joe Walsh, Paul McCartney, Brian Johnson, Christopher Lee, Robby Krieger and Brian Johnson.
Hollywood Vampires ensures the success of their musical venture by taking part in some gigs within the United States and is rumored to be included in the Rock in Rio Festival set out in September 24th as well.
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