Los Angeles, July 22 – Touring together with his laborious rock supergroup Hollywood Vampires, the band’s newest live performance in Budapest has been cancelled, and that too on the final minute as Depp ended up passing out on the resort.
In line with Hungarian information outlet Blikk, the ‘Edward Scissor Palms’ star missed the sound test forward of the scheduled live performance, nevertheless it created no suspicions by any means as this wasn’t the primary time he did that.
A supply at Blikk reported, quoted by Aceshowbiz: “The whole lot was set, the stage was set, the backstage crew was prepared for the get together. It didn’t even happen to me that there might be an issue, particularly because the band members had accomplished the sound set-up that had been scheduled for the afternoon.”
“Nobody thought any extra about the truth that Johnny Depp didn’t participate, his microphone was arrange by a workers member, however that’s commonplace for such stars. All we’ve heard is that Depp was over-excited, he couldn’t even go away the resort. We additionally heard that they known as a physician to see if there was something extra improper with him than merely overdoing it as a rock star,” the supply added.
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The band finally determined to postpone their present due to the gravity of the entire state of affairs and out of concern for Johnny Depp’s well being and security.
The Hollywood Vampires was fashioned by Johnny Depp who serves as its rhythm guitarist alongside veteran laborious rockers equivalent to Alice Cooper who’s the primary vocalist, Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry as lead guitarist. The group at present additionally contains Alice Cooper’s foremost guitarist Tommy Henriksen as each co-lead and rhythm guitarist.
The band has launched two studio albums and have collaborated with a number of rock veterans equivalent to Matt Sorum from Weapons’N Roses and Robert DeLeo from Stone Temple Pilots who’ve served as touring members.
A number of the different collaborators of the band embrace Christopher Lee, Paul McCartney, Dave Grohl and Joe Walsh.