Alice Cooper played to a sold out crowd at Ak-Chin Pavilion in his hometown of Phoenix, AZ Saturday night. The rare Phoenix performance marked the first time that Alice has actually performed a full show in the city in a number of years. Alice brought the house down with an abbreviated 55 Minute set as special guest on Motley Crue’s final tour. The show was packed with the theatrical
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Just as entertaining as Motley Crue, though, was opening act Alice Cooper.
The 66-year-old singer put on an hourlong set of rock-theater that included multiple costume changes, a giant dancing Frankenstein and a guillotine used to “behead” the singer onstage. (He returned, head attached, for the next song.)
He took the stage in a black-and-red-striped tuxedo with tails, black makeup circling his eyes,
The following is an review excerpt from the Columbus, OH show with Motley Crue and Alice Cooper!
As for Alice Cooper? Well, what’s to say? The main is a genius, a legend and a hero who could easily coast on his laurels — but through charisma and hard work instead remains one of the most vital and exciting stage performers around. His opening set was absolutely incredible. The band was awesome, his voice
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SOURCE: Ludington Daily News Author: Steve Begnoche
MANISTEE – An audience that stood throughout at least a 90-minute, non-stop show of music/rock theater left the Alice Cooper concert Thursday night at Little River Casino Resort smiling and buzzing about what they had just experienced.
“I love my local bands, but this was so over the top,” Cathy Dalton, who
(citizensvoice.com) Published: October 18, 2013 By Kristen Gaydos
Alice Cooper travels with snakes, guillotines and straightjackets – who would pass up a chance to see the Godfather of Shock Rock in action?
Not anyone at the F.M. Kirby Center. Alice Cooper “officially, completely, totally” sold out the place Friday, as staffers put it on the theater’s Facebook page. More than 1,800 people came to rock out