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Stone Temple Pilots Star Joins Hollywood Vampires Supergroup

04/13/2016
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(Classic Rock) Hollywood Vampires have called up Stone Temple Pilots' bassist Robert DeLeo for their upcoming North American tour. He's been brought in by Alice Cooper, Aerosmith's Joe Perry and Johnny Depp to replace Duff McKagan who has reunited with Axl Rose and Slash in Guns N' Roses.

Perry tells Rolling Stone: "Here is a gang of friends who came together really by chance and over the last year we were finally able to wrangle our schedules and the energy just fell into place.

"Playing with this lineup is like a dream come true. After seeing the reaction at Rock In Rio in front of 100,000 fans, I know this band is going to tear the house down. Hell, I would want to be in the audience to see us rip it up."

The lineup is completed by drummer Matt Sorum, guitarist Tommy Henriksen, and pianist, percussionist and guitarist Bruce Witkin. The shows, which start next month, are in support of the band's self-titled debut album which launched last year. See the dates here.

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