Actor Johnny Depp and KISS rocker Gene Simmons joined forces to raise money for a children's charity, the Associated Press reported. Depp and Simmons performed a quick jam session on stage together for the Mending Kids' Music on a Mission event at the Lucky Strike bowling alley in Los Angeles on Sunday night.

"Mending Kids is not only changing the lives of these kids, but making a difference in developing countries that are in need of medical care," Depp said in a statement obtained by the AP. He also said he was "thrilled to be a part of an event that benefits children around the globe."

The "Pirates of the Caribbean" star played guitar while Simmons played bass for a couple of KISS songs, including "Deuce" and "Rock and Roll All Nite." The pair also performed a rendition of Alice Cooper's hit "School's Out," according to the LAist. General admission tickets for the event ran for $150, and during the performance, fans were invited to join Simmons and Depp onstage for an extra $1,000 donation. The proceeds from the night went to Mending Kids, the charity that provides corrective surgeries for children in need.

Depp is mostly known for his acting career, but he's also a talented musician. His new band Hollywood Vampires is a musical super group that features Cooper, Aerosmith's Joe Perry and Guns N' Roses bassist Duff McKagan and drummer Matt Sorum, according to People. The band is scheduled to play two shows at the Roxy in Los Angeles next month.

Watch Depp and Simmons rock out together for charity below.