SOURCE: smh.com.au Author – Candice Barnes Entertainment Reporter
He’s known for his mock executions on stage, but Alice Cooper got a confronting dose of Australia’s convict history when he ventured behind bars for a spooky prison tour.
Cooper, accompanied by a small group of brave fans, walked the corridors of Fremantle Prison on Friday night, stepped inside cells and examined the gallows which claimed 44 lives.
Built in the 1850s,
MÖTLEY CRÜE ANNOUNCE AUSTRALIAN DATES FOR ‘THE FINAL TOUR’
AUSTRALIA’S LAST CHANCE TO SEE THE BAND LIVE!
THURSDAY FEBRUARY 19, 2015 – Legendary rock icons MÖTLEY CRÜE have, at last, confirmed dates for the highly anticipated Australian leg of their Final Tour, bringing along shock-rocker ALICE COOPER as very special guest.
The Final Tour marks the end of an era for
In an article printed in Time on April 7th, 1975, it is revealed that Alice Cooper had been banned from Australia by Australian Labor and Immigration Minister Clyde Cameron. The article posts the Minister’s statement, as well as Alice’s reaction, both of which are below.
“I am not going to allow a degenerate who could powerfully influence the young and weak-minded to enter ‘this country and stage this sort of exhibition