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MANISTEE – An audience that stood throughout at least a 90-minute, non-stop show of music/rock theater left the Alice Cooper concert Thursday night at Little River Casino Resort smiling and buzzing about what they had just experienced.
“I love my local bands, but this was so over the top,” Cathy Dalton, who
Alice Cooper hit the ground running last night in Manistee, MI with the first of 3 solo shows to warm up before joining Motley Crue in Grand Rapids, MI for the first date on The Crue’s final romp, the “All Bad Things Must Come To An End” tour.
Last night’s sold out show marked the addition of Alice’s new guitarist Nita Strauss, who had been rehearsing with the band
Today, Theory of a Deadman unleashed their punishing new track “Savages” featuring the one and only Alice Cooper. The song is the title track off their upcoming new studio album which is due out July 29 via Roadrunner Records. In an exclusive interview with TheRockRevival.com a few weeks ago, frontman Tyler Connolly promised a slue of surprised guests on the record. He also stated that the album would be
Dynamite Entertainment has become quite the iconoclastic publisher in its tenth year, releasing comic books featuring Doc Savage, Flash Gordon, the Gold Key characters including Solar, Man of the Atom and Turok, Dinosaur Hunter and the newly-announced Django/Zorro crossover. But its latest news takes things to a different level.
The New Jersey-based publisher has announced the upcoming release of an ongoing comic book starring Alice Cooper, to
Shep Gordon, longtime Alice Cooper manager and subject of the new Mike Myers film SuperMensch, was a guest on the 6/16 episode of The Late Show with David Letterman. Shep talked about his documentary film, what it’s like to spend your life making others famous, and what it’s like to now be in the limelight himself. Check out the video on CBS.com!
A message from Alice Cooper:
“Where were you in the early 1970′s? Los Angeles? The Sunset Strip?? You probably remember more than I do! After watching my copy of Super Duper Alice Cooper, I decided that I’d like to tell the story of The Hollywood Vampires, my drinking club that used to meet in the loft of the Rainbow Bar on Sunset Blvd. Notable members were myself, Ringo