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OTRC: Johnny Depp steps out with fans after breakup, performs with Aerosmith (Photo)

Johnny Depp appears on stage with Aerosmith at the rock band's concert at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles on Aug. 6, 2012, as seen in this fan photo. (twitter.com/danaworkman / instagram.com/p/OBEelwHuLK/)

Johnny Depp was recently photographed with several female fans in Los Angeles, where he attended an Aerosmith concert, marking his first public appearance since he confirmed his breakup with longtime girlfriend Vanessa Paradis in mid-June.

The 49-year-old notoriously private actor, who is also a guitarist, performed the song "Train Kept A-Rollin'" on stage with the rock band at its concert at the Hollywood Bowl on Monday (watch video - warning: explicit language). An woman wearing what appears to be a VIP pass Tweeted a photo of herself posing with Depp, who wore his trademark fedora, sunglasses and shoulder-length hair. Paparazzi pictures showed him smiling alongside two other women in a parking lot.

He also reportedly attended an after party at the eatery Pink Taco in nearby West Hollywood. Aerosmith singer Steven Tyler's daughter and actress Liv Tyler and actor Jim Carrey were also seen in pictures, which were posted on the website of the UK newspaper The Daily Mail.

Depp's spokesperson confirmed on June 19 that the actor and Paradis, his partner of 14 years, had split. The pair has two children, daughter Lily-Rose, 13, and son Jack, 9.

Depp is currently linked to Amber Heard, his co-star in the 2011 movie "The Rum Diary." The two have not confirmed a relationship.

Depp, who once co-owned the Los Angeles venue The Viper Room, has been invited on stage at concerts before. He performed with rock legend Alice Cooper in London in June 2011 and at the after party for his 2012 movie "Dark Shadows" this past May (see photos). He also played guitar with The Black Keys at the MTV Movie Awards in June.

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