MÖTLEY CRÜE’S FINAL TOUR SELLS OUT NINE SHOWS, ADDS MORE BY POPULAR DEMAND
Band Announces NINE Sold-Out Shows After Tickets Were Made Available Jan. 31 and Adds Nov. 8 Date at Joe Louis Arena in Detroit, Mich.
TWEET IT: #RIPMotleyCrue – @MotleyCrue announces #TheFinalTour, Country tribute album, “The Dirt” movie & more! Full details at motley.com
LOS ANGELES (Feb. 10,
Alice made a surprise appearance at the Phoenix Coyotes game against the Chicago Blackhawks this past Friday night! Alice’s son Dash’s band CO-OP were set to perform during the second intermission, and Alice himself joined the boys for three songs! The band played three Cooper classics, I’m Eighteen, No More Mr Nice Guy and School’s Out to the oversold Jobing.com Arena in Glendale, AZ.
The evening opened with a special ceremony
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Camarillo, CA – Alice Cooper fans worldwide rejoice! Marshall Blonstein’s Audio Fidelity is releasing Alice Cooper’s classic album ‘Billion Dollar Babies’ on Hybrid SACD on February 4, 2014! As a bonus, along with the meticulously reproduced artwork, enclosed in every CD is the very collectible replicated ‘Billion Dollar Bill’
With ’Billion Dollar Babies’, Alice Cooper refined the raw grit of their earlier
Check out this video of Alice Cooper on TMZ talking about the types of fan mail he receives. TMZ caught up with Alice in LA this week while he was in town recording his new album and doing press for his upcoming tour with Motley Crue. TMZ asked him about crazy fan mail, of which Alice receives plenty! Alice shared his favorite… or LEAST favorite… See for yourself!
LOS ANGELES – Alice spent the last two days with Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee working the press to help promote Motley Crue’s Final Tour, one that will see Alice Cooper as Special Guest thru the end of November. Tickets and VIP packages went on sale today for the majority of the shows, which can be found at bit.ly/COOPVIP and at motley.com.
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Today MÖTLEY CRÜE held a press conference in Los Angeles announcing the break up of the band. Also announced at the press conference was the bands final tour ALL BAD THINGS MUST COME TO AN END – THE FINAL TOUR with Alice Cooper as a Special Guest.
The Band arrived to the press conference via a New Orleans style Funeral Procession and signed a binding “Cessation of Touring”