Alice Cooper Gets Johnny Depp Bank Payment

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Alice Cooper, who Alternative Nation recently reached out to regarding Johnny Depp’s controversial trial featuring Depp’s fellow A-list acting wife, Amber Heard, has kept fairly busy for himself. Taking to social media via Instagram, one of the innovators of shock rock recently put out a statement that he will be touring with Johnny Depp as part of the supergroup, Hollywood Vampires which also features Aerosmith bandmate, Joe Perry. Cooper and Perry will surely be cashing in with large tour paychecks off the back of Johnny Depp winning his trial against Amber Heard.
Cooper would, in addition, list a list of several international tour dates that will begin in the Summer of next year starting on June 20th, 2023 in Oberhausen, Germany, and conclude on June 30th, 2023 in Mainz, Germany. The full statement, which can be read below proclaimed as follows:
“The Hollywood Vampires are BACK!! We’re coming to Germany & Luxembourg in Summer 2023 Tickets go on sale Monday 27 June at 11:00 am CET For tickets, info, and more visit: www.HollywoodVampires.com”

20 June, 2023
Rudolf Weber- Arena
Oberhausen, Germany

21 June, 2023
Rockhal
Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg

24 June, 2023
Olympiahalle
Munich, Germany

27 June, 2023
Stadtpark
Hamburg, Germany

28 June , 2023
Citadel Music Festival
Zitadelle Spandau
Berlin, Germany

30 June, 2023
Summer in the City
Zitadelle Mainz
Mainz, Germany

In other news regarding Alice Cooper, the rock icon recently gave an interview with Rolling Stone Deutschland revealing how he’s traded in the lifestyle of drugs and alcohol for that of one of golf. Credit to Ultimate Guitar for the following quotes before.

“But that [show] is going to be the most important part of the day because you’re 100% for that show. You want everybody to be in top physical condition. That’s why I think that drugs have kind of disappeared. For real touring bands and professional bands, you don’t see a lot of alcohol problems or drug problems.
“Because finally, everybody’s realized that to survive on the road, you can’t party as you used to when you were 23. You have to be in good shape physically. I do four shows a week, or five sometimes. And I’m 74, but I feel great. I get done with the show. And I feel great. But that’s because I’ve never smoked. I haven’t had a drink in 40 years. And you know, I’ve kind of treated my body pretty well.”