Johnny Depp played a surprise concert in Texas
The Hollywood heartthrob is currently in Austin to promote new movie `The Rum Diary` and stunned the crowd at the Continental Club by performing an impromptu set with ZZ Top`s Billy Gibbons.
The packed venue - which was reportedly at three times its normal capacity - went crazy for Johnny, who stayed on stage for an impressive 90 minutes.
Earlier this year, Johnny joined rock legend Alice Cooper on stage at London`s 100 Club.
The `Pirates of the Caribbean` star played guitar on two songs during the `Poison` singer`s intimate gig.
Twelve songs into his 75-minute set, Alice announced the arrival of a special guest, "the bluesmaster, Mr Johnny D from Kentucky".
He then joined Alice on stage to play rhythm guitar on versions of the classics `I`m Eighteen` and `School`s Out`.
Johnny has a history with rock bands as in 1997 he played slide guitar on Oasis song `Fade In-Out` and on Shane MacGowan`s first solo album.
He also formed the group P with members of Butthole Surfers, Sex Pistols and Red Hot Chili Peppers, and until 2004 was part-owner of the Los Angeles rock club the Viper Room.
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