Hollywood Vampires Welcome Lzzy Hale, Andreas Kisser at Rock In Rio
The good times keep rolling for Hollywood Vampires, who took the stage at the Rock in Rio festival last night (Sept. 24). As with their recent Hollywood dates, the show featured a few special guests getting in on the fun.
Halestorm's Lzzy Hale joined the all-star collective for a cover of Led Zeppelin's "Whole Lotta Love," which can be seen above. Pop star Kesha had handled co-vocals on the track during the band's recent appearances, but Hale added plenty of edge to her performance as she played off head "vampire" Alice Cooper. You can see Hale, armed with her guitar, also holding her own with a killer band that included Duff McKagan, Johnny Depp, Joe Perry and Matt Sorum.
Hale wasn't the only guest as Sepultura's Andreas Kisser joined Hollywood Vampires for their medley of "School's Out" and "Another Brick In the Wall." The axeman gets a killer solo in the midst of the song. That performance can be seen in the video posted below.
Also getting in on the festivities was drummer Zak Starkey, who sat behind the kit for The Who's "I'm a Boy," the "School's Out / Another Brick in the Wall" medley, "Billion Dollar Babies," "Train Kept A Rollin'" and the closing Rolling Stones cover of "Brown Sugar."
At present, no other Hollywood Vampires dates are scheduled. The band released their star-studded self-titled album earlier this month. As for Hale, she's in the midst of shows with Halestorm. See where they're playing here. Sepultura also have a full bill of dates ahead of them, which can be seen at this location.
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