Watch as Alice Cooper is joined by a supergroup featuring members of Night Ranger, Rainbow and the E Street Band for Cooper's annual Christmas Pudding benefit show.

The event, held Dec. 13 in Phoenix, raises funds for the Solid Rock Foundation, a local organization Cooper started with his wife Sheryl that encourages youth to get involved with the arts and their community. The supergroup featured Joe Lynn Turner, Kelly Keagy, Johnny Lang, Nils Lofgren and Glen Sobel, who plays drums for Cooper.

Highlights included a rousing finale with everyone singing the Beatles' 'Revolution,' which you can watch in the above video. A fun take on 'Sister Christian' (below) found Keagy -- Night Ranger's drummer -- taking over on vocals. They also performed 'Stone Cold,' from Rainbow's 1982 album 'Straight Between the Eyes.'

Cooper dedicated 'Revolution' to Chris Leahy, the late guitarist tech who worked for Cooper, Tool and others. Also on the bill were P.O.D., Thousand Foot Krutch and Co-Op, fronted by Cooper's son Dash.

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