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.
This morning Mötley Crüe announced a slew of dates for the second half of their “All Bad Things Must Com To And End” Final Tour in North America. As speculated, Alice Cooper has been confirmed as Special Guest for the majority of the just announced shows. More show announcements are expected to follow but details are not yet available.
Please note it is currently undetermined if Alice is performing for these
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
Today, on their day off outside of Washington, DC, the Alice Cooper band answered the many calls for them to take the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge to raise funds and awareness to battle ALS. The band each made individual donations to alsa.org, and encourage others to do the same!
Alice Cooper accepted the challenge last night in Virginia Beach, VA where he challenged Motley Crue and Johnny Depp. Motley Crue immediately
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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Excerpt from dallasnews.com By THOR CHRISTENSEN Read Full Review Here
Alice Cooper… never posed as a sex symbol or took himself as seriously as the Crue. He’s always been a horror film actor posing as a rock star, wrapped in a magnificent shroud of hooks and power chords.
Still in fine voice at age