Sweeney Todd star Johnny Depp is on the new cover of Rolling Stone, talking about tackling the notoriously difficult Stephen Sondheim score for his new film, and how music has always been a part of his life. To read an excerpt of the story, where Depp discusses his first records and picking out "Smoke on the Water" (what else?) on guitar as a kid, click here. To check out photos of Depp's rock & roll lifestyle through the years, partying with rock stars like Marilyn Manson, hanging with Keith Richards, working red carpets and working on the sets of his many movies, click here.
The New Issue of Rolling Stone: Johnny Depp
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