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Syracuse.com | Alice Cooper added to Syracuse, NY Motley Crue show

via Syracuse.com

By Chris Baker | cbaker@syracuse.com 
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on March 19, 2014 at 8:38 AM

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Looks like Alice Cooper will get his shot at Syracuse after all.

The shock rocker announced this morning he will join Motley Crue for their concert at the Oncenter War Memorial in Syracuse on October 29.

Tickets are on sale now and range from $20 to $125. They are available via LiveNation.comTicketmaster.com, by phone at 1-800-745-3000 or at the Solvay Bank Box Office at the Oncenter.

1 comment to Syracuse.com | Alice Cooper added to Syracuse, NY Motley Crue show

  • Tim Aebi

    Not sure what the original Syracuse cancellation means – several comments thrown out there – but I can tell you this – I’ve attended MANY Alice Cooper shows in California, Nevada, Utah and Arizona, and there was NEVER any thought Alice wouldn’t fill the hall – in fact, I’ve never been to an Alice show where it wasn’t full to the gills. We LOVE Alice, and he only gets better with age – think about it – the character of Alice Cooper just gets better and better. An older Alice works GREAT with the whole feel of the show – the older character just makes it that much creepier and more exciting – and it helps that Alice’s voice is on par with ANYONE touring today. The show is great, the theatrics are great, the whole Vaudeville feeling just escalates the whole thing over the top. I go to a lot of shows – I’m lucky that way living in the SF Bay area – Alice delivers EVERY TIME! I love this guy! I NEVER miss his shows, and he’s a helluva nice guy to boot. I hope he NEVER hangs it up! I’m a minion (40 years now) FOREVER!! Long live ALICE COOPER!