Alice Cooper is heading over to the 92nd Street Y tonight, 10/27 for a screening of Super Duper Alice Cooper and a Q&A with Anthony DeCurtis! Event begins at 7PM, and the Q&A immediately following the film.
Can’t make it over? Check out the webcast of the Q&A at http://92yondemand.org/livecast!
More info here: http://www.92y.org/Event/Super-Duper-Alice-Cooper
And don’t forget if you HAVEN’T see the film, you can pick it up at the official
Alice Cooper announced on Monday that he will be playing the following solo Alice Cooper concerts in February 2015! Presale tickets are available now thru 10/30 for all of these shows! February 7th Location: Tulsa, OK Venue: Brady Theater Pre-sale Tickets: 10/28 @ 10am – 10/30 @ 5pm Pre-sale password: SICKTHINGS Pre-sale link: http://tickets.musiconelive.com/ordertickets.asp?p=5877 VIP link: http://meetalicecooper.com/ Public Onsale: Friday at 10 am local Ticket Link: http://www.protixonline.com/events/details/?event_id=173
Telltale crimson drops bespatter a snow-white palette, and from deep within a piercing gaze of savage intensity lashes out, an aphotic visage taking in an unholy landscape. There’s something brooding and transcendent in his aspect, an ominous man, pugnacious and sanguineous. Who is this man behind the ferocious Cimmerian stare? Who’s responsible for this truculent view of the World that’s black and white and spotted with blood? It could only be one man. It could
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The star-packed Paul McCartney tribute album, The Art of McCartney, won’t be released until November 18, but you can already preview a number of tracks from the project online. A video featuring Alice Cooper‘s full cover of The Beatles‘ “Eleanor Rigby” premiered on Monday morning exclusively at USAToday.com, while several clips of other songs have been posted on the album’s official website and [READ MORE...]
Alice Cooper’s upcoming solo dates, mixed in during breaks from his special guest spot on the Motley Crue ”All Bad Things Must Come To An End” Tour, have begun to sell out, leading to a surge in demand.
Cooper’s show on the Motley tour has been overwhelmingly well received and is clearly a highlight of the dates for both Cooper and Motley fans. These solo dates promise to quench
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