According to a review by Ed Masley from Azcentral.com, Cooper took the stage to lead his touring band through spirited performances of 'No More Mr. Nice Guy' and 'I’ll Bite Your Face Off' to kick off his headlining set before telling the crowd he’d like to introduce them to another lead guitarist, “Johnny D. from Kentucky.”
But Depp wasn’t there yet. So Cooper threw in 'Billion Dollar Babies'. Depp was ready to roll by the time they finished “Billion Dollar Babies.” So Cooper brought him out to join him on a tribute to the drinking buddies he’s lost along the way at the helm of a star-studded cover band. The band performed: 'Break On Through' by THE DOORS, 'Revolution' by THE BEATLES, the JIMI HENDRIX EXPERIENCE classic 'Foxy Lady' and THE WHO's 'My Generation', sent out by Cooper to “Mr. Keith Moon, the best drummer that ever lived.”
The grand finale featured an all-star jam on the seasonal 'Run, Rudolph, Run'.
Read the rest of the review Azcentral.com.
Check out fan-filmed footage below:
Don Felder covering STEVIE RAY VAUGHAN's 'Pride And Joy':
Sebastian Bach performs 'Youth Gone Wild':
Proceeds from Christmas Pudding go to Alice Cooper's Solid Rock - a nonprofit organization founded by Alice Cooper dedicated to enriching the lives of teens through music, dance, and self expression. The primary goal of Alice Cooper's Solid Rock is to honor Jesus Christ by helping to meet the spiritual, economical, physical, and social needs of teenagers and children within their community.