Johnny Depp will release a music album after winning in court

Johnny Depp will release a music album after winning in court
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Johnny Depp, who won the court case against his ex-wife, returns to active creative work. One of his first projects after the victory will not be cinematic, but musical. The famous actor has already made his mark with an energetic performance on stage in Gateshead, UK.
Depp joined guitarist Jeff Beck to perform eight songs after the pals were spotted celebrating Depp's rightful victory at a Newcastle pub with fellow musician Sam Fender.
It was Beck, who previously played in the Yardbirds collective, who spoke about Depp's next step in his career, announcing his intention to release a collaborative album next month. The two had previously collaborated on a cover of John Lennon's "Isolation."
The British guitarist told the crowd at the concert, "I met this guy five years ago, and we've never stopped laughing since. We actually made an album. I don't even know how it happened. It's coming out in July."
As a reminder, Johnny Depp won a convincing victory in a libel lawsuit he filed against his wife, Amber Heard. The jury found the arguments of the actor's lawyers convincing and ordered Heard to pay a total of 15 million dollars.