Johnny Depp has probably overcome the War of the Roses with his ex Amber Heard for the time being. Now the actor and musician can be seen on stage with a Grammy award winner.

Most recently he was mainly in the courtroom in the USA, now Hollywood star Johnny Depp has appeared in Germany:

Five weeks after the defamation trial between him and his ex-wife Amber Heard, the actor and singer was on stage at a concert in Offenbach, Hesse, on Wednesday evening. The 59-year-old sang alongside British guitar legend Jeff Beck in the Stadthalle. The two were enthusiastically applauded by the fans.

First, the multiple Grammy award winner Beck (78) and the band impressed with some instrumental pieces. Depp later came on stage and took over the microphone. He sang various cover songs, such as “Isolation” (John Lennon) or the energetic track “Death And Resurrection Show” by the band Killing Joke. There was also the very touching “This Is A Song For Miss Hedy Lamarr”, a composition by Depp himself. The song is a homage to the Austrian-American actress (1914-2000) of the same name.

music instead of words

On the evening in Offenbach, the focus was clearly on the music, no unnecessary words were wasted. Depp did not comment on the six-week process either. In the process, a mud fight that was staged, the ex-husbands had accused themselves of domestic violence. In the verdict at the beginning of June, the jury largely sided with Depp – but also agreed with Heard on some points.

Beck and Depp are currently touring Europe together. Next Wednesday they will be performing at the Tollwood Festival in Munich. Two days later (July 15) they release their joint album entitled “18”.