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Hollywood Vampires (feat. Slash)
« on: August 08, 2015, 10:52:09 AM »
http://www.music-news.com/shownews.asp?H=Alice-Cooper,-Johnny-Depp,-Slash-join-on-Hollywood-Vampires&nItemID=91368

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In 1972, on the Sunset Strip at a club called the Rainbow Bar & Grill, the Hollywood Vampires were born in the upstairs bar. It was a gathering place for the rock stars living in or passing through L.A.

'To join the club, one simply had to out drink all of the members,' says Alice Cooper, a founding member of the Vampires. 'I would walk in on a typical night' Alice says, 'and John Lennon, Harry Nilsson, Keith Moon-who would usually be in a costume like a maid or a chauffeur-Bernie Taupin, Jim Morrison and Mickey Dolenz would be there. The next week might be Bernie Taupin, Jimi Hendrix, Jim Morrison and Mickey Dolenz.'

Three years ago, Alice and good friend Johnny Depp got together and decided the spirit of the Hollywood Vampires should live again (minus the drinking). An environment for great artists to hang, laugh and play together. The Hollywood Vampires live again with the release of the Hollywood Vampires new album. Alice and Johnny were joined by Joe Perry, who is an old friend of both of them, and the recording began: a tribute to the original Hollywood Vampires.

For the next two years, Alice, Joe and Johnny, joined by producer Bob Ezrin and an amazing group of modern day vampires, including Perry Farrell, Dave Grohl, Sir Paul McCartney, Joe Walsh, Slash, Robbie Krieger, Zak Starkey, Brian Johnson and Kip Winger, recorded tracks by their dead friends and heroes. Also included are two original songs that tell the story of the Vampires, one of which, 'Raise The Dead,' has an intro by Sir Christopher Lee, recorded just prior to his death.

The album package, an antique book, was created by noted men's fashion designer (and rock fan) John Varvatos in his signature vintage style. Alice and Varvatos, both Detroit natives, have been partners in fashion for several years with Alice lending his classic rock style as a brand ambassador.

All artist proceeds will be donated to MusiCares.
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Re: Hollywood Vampires (feat. Slash)
« Reply #1 on: August 11, 2015, 06:34:14 PM »
I know it's a name from back than, but the name 'Hollywood Vampires' still sounds pretty lame.