This morning Mötley Crüe announced a slew of dates for the second half of their “All Bad Things Must Com To And End” Final Tour in North America. As speculated, Alice Cooper has been confirmed as Special Guest for the majority of the just announced shows. More show announcements are expected to follow but details are not yet available.
Please note it is currently undetermined if Alice is performing for these
ALICE DROPS IN AT DAVE GROHL’S BIRTHDAY PARTY AT THE FORUM IN LOS ANGELES PERFORM WITH THE FOO FIGHTERS.
Alice Cooper appeared as a special guest at a Foo Fighters show at the Forum in Los Angeles on Saturday night, January 10th. Organized to benefit the Rock School Scholarship Fund, MusiCares and Sweet Relief, it was also planned as a birthday celebration for Dave Grohl,
Los Angeles, January 2nd – January 8th 1969
A young Alice Cooper band begins a run of shows at the Whisky A Go Go with a freshly minted Led Zeppelin.
The first night at the Whisky was only Zeppelin’s fifth show in the United States. In fact, Led Zeppelin’s self titled debut album was not to be released in the US until the following week on January 12th,
Alice Cooper’s show at the Hollywood Bowl listed at 3 on Metal Assault’s list of top shows of 2014:
Source: Metal Assault
Alice Cooper @ Hollywood Bowl, Hollywood CA, 07/21: “Even though the headliner for this event put on an absolutely horrendous performance, support act Alice Cooper was the only saving grace for all the unfortunate souls that spent their hard-earned money to attend the show, and by virtue of a short but typically righteous
Alice participated in a charity event this New Years in Maui benefiting the Maui Food Bank. Here’s his post to Instagram via @realalicecooper: “Had a great Charity #NewYears party at #MIGRANT at the #WaileaMarriott resort! Photos here by @ShootingStarsMaui. Performing was myself, Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler, Willie K, Nuno Bettencourt, Derek and Noodles of Offspring, producer Bob Rock, Mike Mcdonald, Pat Simmons & Pat Simmons JR, Ray Benson, Sarah Mclaughlin, and Weird Al
There will be a memorial concert for the late Dick Wagner, longtime songwriter and friend in the Alice Cooper world. The concert will take place January 10th, 2015 at the Fillmore in Detroit, MI and proceeds will go to the Children’s Miracle Network. Performing at the event are Mark Farner, Brad Whitford, Derek St Holmes, Marshall Crenshaw, Scott Morgan, Carmine Appice, The Dick Wagner Band, Danny Seraphine, Robert Wagner and more, plus a film screening