SOURCE: Texas Rock Report By: Donny Rodriguez
AUSTIN, TX – February 12, 2015 The sky was like a framed piece of black velvet art, the temps were 1970’s-era cool and on this weeknight, the line was wrapped around the building and buzzing as if school was just let out for Summer (or Winter in this case). Alice Cooper is one of the most recognizable rock icons
Alice Cooper Blows The Majestic To Pieces
SOURCE & ORIGINAL POST: SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS HECTOR SALDANA
Thumbing his nose at authority, convention and Father Time, Alice Cooper still can’t think of a word that rhymes. Which was absolutely fine for 1,800 fans at Majestic Theatre on Wednesday.
The ‘70s and ‘80s shock rocker turned on at least one teen cholo with a bandana draped over his eyes, sexed-up women in heavy
SOURCE: Dallas Observer By Angelica Leicht
Alice Cooper Verizon Theatre, Grand Prairie Tuesday, February 10, 2015
Photo by Karlo X. Ramos
When it comes to Alice Cooper, there are two indisputable facts. 1.) His Miliii-wau-kee cameo in Wayne’s World was one of the best and most memorable cameos of all time; and 2.) The man knows how to put on one hell of a live show.
ORIGINAL SOURCE: By STEVEN RECKINGER World Scene Writer
It’s been said that rock and roll never dies. But in Alice Cooper’s case, it manages to die every chance it gets, only to return to life better than ever.
The father of shock rock returned to the Brady Theater on Saturday for another dose of hard rock music and grisly theatrics during his “Raise the Dead” tour.
Alice Cooper has always been called a Rock God and the King of Nightmares. This issue expands on that and takes us on a ride through what being the Nightmare King is. He has always been known for controversy, he was one of the originators of shock rock and was even called demonic. This comic takes all that Cooper has been accused of and says “what if it’s true?” what if he
Photo By Nathan Hunsinger
Excerpt from dallasnews.com By THOR CHRISTENSEN Read Full Review Here
Alice Cooper… never posed as a sex symbol or took himself as seriously as the Crue. He’s always been a horror film actor posing as a rock star, wrapped in a magnificent shroud of hooks and power chords.
Still in fine voice at age