The Hollywood Vampires, the classic rock supergroup centered around Alice Cooper, Aerosmith’s Joe Perry, and Johnny Depp, were in Los Angeles on Saturday night where they delivered a headlining performance at the Greek Theatre. The gig marked their second as part of a seven-show spring tour scheduled for this month, and saw the rock band welcoming out a few special guests including Perry’s old pal Steven Tyler, and Cooper’s rock villain protegé in Marilyn Manson.

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The band’s performance on Saturday featured a setlist filled with classic rock covers including The Doors‘ “Break on Through”, The Who‘s “Baba O’Riley”, and David Bowie‘s “Heroes”. The band performed Cooper’s “I’m Eighteen” from his 1971 Love It To Death LP as they entered the latter half of the set when they were joined by Manson about two-thirds of the way through the hard-hitting rock song. Fans can watch the brotherly sit-in from Saturday’s show below.

The Hollywood Vampires with Marilyn Manson – “I’m Eighteen” – 5/11/2019

[Video: Enrique Madrigal]

The very next song saw Steven Tyler’s surprise visit to the stage, as the famous singer helped out on the vocals for the band’s cover of Tiny Bradshaw‘s famous blues tune, “Train Kept A-Rollin'”, which has been a set-ending favorite on the Aerosmith setlists for years.

The Hollywood Vampires with Steven Tyler – “Train Kept A-Rollin'” – 5/11/2019

[Video: Enrique Madrigal]

The band will continue its brief run of west coast shows throughout the rest of the week with a gig at the Warfield Theatre in San Francisco scheduled for Sunday night. The rock outfit also continues to build momentum towards the June 21st release of their sophomore albumRise. Fans can head to the band’s website for tickets.