Category: Keep Singing

Johnny, Steven Tyler and Joe Perry singing “Toys in the Attic” last night (October 8) on Aerosmith’s Deuces are Wild concert residency in Las Vegas.

Meanwhile Ross Halfin was taking their photos.



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Today, October 1, is celebrated worldwide the  “International Music Day”, a day to celebrate the importance of music and musicians worldwide, andas well to promote its value in society by building peace and understanding through a common language.

Hollywood Vampires’ Rise is playing on repeat here!Enjoy this day with a lot of music!

Johnny, last night, September 22 at the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts  in San Antonio, Texas, on his fifth featuring as special guest on Jeff Beck’s 2019 Tour.

The next show is set to happen tomorrow in Phoenix, Arizona and maybe will be Johnny’s last show.

Johnny Depp: Isolation (John Lennon Cover) [Full Live]

Johnny keeps living his rock-star dream and rocked last night (September 20) at the Eric
Clapton’s “Crossroads Guitar Festival” in Dallas, Texas. He continued his collaboration with his
friend Jeff Beck as special guest playing and singing on his tour.

> About Johnny’s performance on Jeff Beck’s 2019 Tour:

Johnny do not appears on stage on the beginning of the shows.
He joins the stage in the middle of the concert while Jeff Beck plays Link Wray’s
track and the 2019 Sauvage Parfum theme “Rumble” which serves as an introduction to
Johnny and a surprise for the audience. After that, he sings John Lennon’s “Isolation”, his brand new song “This
is a Song for Ms. Hedy Lamar
r”, stays on stage playing guitar and closes Beck’s show singing ZZ Top’s “Hey Mr. Millionaire”. As expected the audience loved!

> About the 2019 Crossroads Guitar Festival:

The whole festival had a online pay-per-view live stream yesterday and will also happen today. It’s unknown if the show was

was recorded to be released for free
later, but some of the past festivals were released as DVD and CD.

> Will Johnny continue on tour?

Pretty possible. Jeff Beck’s 2019 Tour continues today in Austin, Texas and Johnny is expected to perform again. Maybe he will keep performing on the next shows until September 24. The last  show of Beck’s Tour is set to happen in September 27 and will feature Rod Steward, possible on Johnny’s place who will possible return to his acting life, now attending the “Waiting for the Barbarians” premiere at San Sebastian Festival, which happens on the same day, in Spain.

Credits for the video go to Yuki Sakakibara on Youtube.

Such a powerful vocal!
Johnny on stage last night (September 19) in Dallas ,Texas, rehearsing John Lennon’s song “Isolation” with Jeff Beck.

Johnny will be on stage tonight at the

American Airlines Center, in Dallas, Texas

for the “Crossroads Guitar Festival”, a two day festival founded by Eric Clapton. The concerts will reunite a variety of

the world’s most legendary guitar players which are selected by Eric Clapton personally. As he declared a long time ago, each performer was one of the very best, and had earned his personal respect.

Johnny will be playing along Jeff Beck and his band as a continuation of his collaboration on Jeff’s tour.

Show #2!

Last night, September 18, Johnny joined Jeff Beck’s show as special guest at the Brady Theater, in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Johnny played guitar and sang ZZ Top’s “Hey Mr. Millionaire”, John Lennon’s “Isolation”, repeated his song “This is a Song for Ms. Hedy Lamarr” and slayed playing Link Wray and the Sauvage theme “Rumble”.

Ps. It’s unknown if Johnny will continue playing with Jeff on the tour that still has  four shows set to happen: September 22 in Austin, Texas; September 23 in San Antonio, also in Texas; September 24 in Phoenix, Arizona and the last show in September 27 in Hollywood, California. It’s important to remember that “Waiting for the Barbarians” will premiere in Spain next September 27 too, and although it’s also unknown if he will attend, his presence is being highly expected for the public after his previous great premieres.

Johnny on the Jeff Beck Tour show, last Tuesday, September 17, in Kansas City.  



night, September 17, Johnny surprised those who went to Jeff Beck’s show at
Uptown Theater in Kansas City. Johnny head back to the USA and was on stage
with his friends, playing guitar and also singing.
Johnny sang John Lennon’s “Isolation” and ZZ Top’s “Mr. Millionaire” and for the FIRST TIME he sang the new
and unreleased song named “This is
a Song for Ms. Hedy Lamarr”
The slow rock ballad song was written by Johnny and Tommy Henriksen for what seems to
be their side music project named “The Gypsy
(Johnny the “Gypsy” and Tommy
the “Punk”)
which is also credited for being the mixers for the Hollywood Vampires’
album “Rise”. It also seems that Johnny, Jeff and the band may had rehearsed the song before, once all the members are playing perfectly the instruments. If I’m not mistaken on the chorus johnny sings: “Don’t believe, Can’t believe, don’t believe in humans anymore”… 


> A little bit of history: Who is Hedy

During an
interview, for the Chinese magazine “Movie View”, Johnny talked a little bit about how he
was moved after watching the documentary “Bombshell:
The Hedy Lamarr Story”
. The documentary tells the sad story of Hedy Lamarr, who
escaped from Austria during the World War II, became a well-known actress in United States and also
worked in her spare time on various hobbies and inventions. Although being a non-trained
engineer, she invented the radio frequency hopping, after being horrified by the
German torpedoing of two ships which were escaping the German bombing of London
and of the country, carrying dozen of British children to Canada. She wanted to help these people
somehow and began thinking how to do it. So, she kept studying and learned
that radio-controlled torpedoes, could easily be jammed and set off course, and
thought of creating a frequency-hopping signal to prevent German submarines from jamming Allied radio signals. Hedy wanted to make both the transmitter and the receiver simultaneously jump from frequency to frequency, so that when someone tries to jam the signal, they would not track, intercept or read by the enemy. 
Although, her invention was considered technologically difficult to implement at that time,
and the U.S. Navy was not receptive to considering inventions coming from
outside the military, An updated version was used on the US Navy ships during
the Cuban missile crisis in 1962, but the invention became the important basis
for what he have today such Wi-Fi, GPS and Bluetooth.

During her life, Hedy Lamarr, known as “Mother of Wi-fi” couldn’t feel comfortable for having a glamorous life in Hollywood, with lots of fame and money, while people were suffering in war. Hedy’s life brings an important message of fighting for what you believe, follow your dreams, innovate and help people in need. 
Unfortunately she wasn’t
recognized for her invention until 1997 and during all that time, her patent was
taken by the USA and she ended up left-handed during all these years until her
death in 2000.

Ladies and gentleman, we are seeing another different side of Johnny. Johnny’s voice is lighter, melodic almost angelic; pretty different from his rock and roll with powerful vocals that we all know.
Every day we have a new surprise coming from this man. 
This is a Song for Ms. Hedy Lamarr.




Last night (September 17), during the Jeff Beck gig in Kansas City, Johnny also sang his cover of the 1999 song “Hey Mr. Millionaire”, originally sang by the  American blues rock band, ZZ Top.  

Johnny rocking last night!
He sang John Lennon’s 1970 song “Isolation” and rocked with his guitar playing “Little Wing” by Jimi Hendrix and Steve Wonder’s “Superstition” with Jeff Beck in Kansas City, last night (September 17).

Johnny’s choice for singing “Isolation” is also pretty interesting…
The song talks about John Lennon’s feelings of vulnerability, despite his fame and fortune at that time. He was feeling disillusioned with fame and where his life was heading, with the break-up of the Beatles, the attacks he and Yoko Ono were facing, as well as acute insecurity and self-doubt that led him to his addictions.
This kinda reminds us of what Johnny unfortunately is suffering on the present days. Johnny may have it all, but the feeling of sadness, vulnerability due to the constant backlash and attacks he is suffering, sometimes covers his happiness. This same meaning can be seen on the Hollywood Vampires’ song “Mr. Spider.

“People say we’ve got it made
Don’t they know we’re so afraid?
We’re afraid to be alone
Everybody got to have a home