SOURCE – PollstarPro.com By Deborah Speer Tuesday, February 14, 2017
Photo by Barry Brecheisen
Alice Cooper and manager Shep Gordon have had the kind of relationship that even many married couples might envy – and it’s certainly lasted longer, at 47 years.
Phoenix concert promoter Danny Zelisko, who served as “interpreter” of a raucous conversation between the two legends Feb. 2 in the J.W. Marriott’s Platinum Ballroom, has been part of their rock ‘n’ roll circus since
Nearly 25 years ago (Feb. 14, 1992), following 34 days of shooting with a relatively modest $20 million budget, Penelope Spheeris released a comedy based on a Mike Myers/Dana Carvey Saturday Night Live skit that reinvigorated Rob Lowe’s and Alice Cooper’s careers, popularized such phrases as “We’re not worthy!” “Schwing!” and “Party on!”, and boosted Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody” onto the Billboard charts for the
SOURCE – BLABBERMOUTH
Alice Cooper and Lzzy Hale (HALESTORM) joined BEASTO BLANCO, the band fronted by long time ALICE COOPER bassist Chuck Garric, on stage last night (Thursday, Janaury 26) at The Basement East in Nashville, Tennessee to perform the Cooper classic “School’s Out”. Alice also sang “No More Mr. Nice Guy” with BEASTO BLANCO, whose lineup includes his daughter Calico. Check out video footage below.
A couple of years ago, Lzzy recalled meeting Alice Cooper in a record store
An eye-popping peek into entertainment industry from the magnetic force who has worked with an impeccable roster of stars throughout his storied career.
In the course of his legendary career as a manager, agent, and producer, Shep Gordon has worked with, and befriended, some of the biggest names in the entertainment industry, from Alice Cooper to Bette Davis, Raquel Welch to Groucho Marx, Blondie to Jimi Hendrix, Sylvester Stallone to Salvador Dali, Luther Vandross to
Rock singer Alice Cooper performs, on Wednesday, Aug. 24, 2016, at Verizon Theatre in Grand Prairie. BEN TORRES/SPECIAL CONTRIBUTOR
Using every shock rock stage prompt and cavorting around the Verizon stage like a man half his age, legendary rocker Alice Cooper put on a vulgar display of power Wednesday night that spoke to the cathartic nature of heavy metal.
At 68, Cooper is in better health than a vast majority of his audience. Looking fit
by: CLARE WELSH
Photo by Jeffrey Dupuis
An icon of Goth opulence, Alice Cooper looked right at home in the Saenger, a theater whose chandeliers, filigree and lush curtains evoke the vampiric New Orleans of Anne Rice novels. That said, even the historic venue couldn’t quite contain Cooper’s shock rock. Half way through the show, his pyrotechnics set off the silent fire alarms, strobe lights that blended