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
The concert will debut and air live at http://alicecooper.cleeng.com on February 12th at 9 PM ET/6 PM PT. Join the crowds, invite over some friends, and TURN IT UP! This concert is part of Alice’s Raise The Dead Tour, and a unique chance to see Alice Cooper rock the stage from the comfort of your home. The concert is being distributed in High Definition, with high quality stereo sound. The 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 fans who aren’t able to make it to any of his currently scheduled headline appearances are in for a treat come Feb, 12th.
The concert will debut and air live at http://alicecooper.cleeng.com as well as on traditional TV PPV on February 12th at 9 PM ET/6 PM PT. Join the crowds, invite over some friends, and TURN IT UP! This concert is part of Alice’s Raise The Dead Tour,
Alice Cooper once again joined Johnny Depp in Anaheim, CA for what is becoming an annual jam at Duesenberg Guitar company’s NAMM party. This year the event benefitted two charities, and the pair played together in the final section of a night filled with great songs for a few great causes.
Starting out the night were Brian Ray’s band The Bayonettes, performing about an hour of original and cover material. Brian
BY KORY GROW
When you gather all four members of Mötley Crüe and Alice Cooper, the conversation will inevitably turn to subjects that are both dark and profanely funny. Seated in a New York City hotel room, everyone is dressed appropriately in black to talk about what lies ahead: the Crüe’s final concert and how they will say goodbye.