rollingstone.com – Watch Alice Cooper Reunite Original Seventies Band for Nashville Concert

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Alice Cooper played five classic songs with his band’s original Seventies lineup at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center on Sunday. Cooper previously reunited with the four surviving members of his band in 2015 at an intimate gig in a Dallas, Texas record store.

After the shock-rock pioneer’s requisite beheading by guillotine, the Tennessee theater went dark and Cooper’s touring band, save for guitarist Ryan Roxie, ceded the stage

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ALICE COOPER IN ROLLING STONE – 5 SONGS I WISH I’D WRITTEN

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The godfather of shock rock on the brilliance of “Smells Like Teen Spirit” and why My Chemical Romance is the “next Def Leppard”

For a 68-year-old, Alice Cooper remains surprisingly relevant. He opened for Mötley Crüe on their final tour last year, rocked the 2016 Grammys with Hollywood Vampires and appeared on Sunday’s installment of Vinyl (an episode named after his classic 1973 LP Billion Dollar Babies). We caught up

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RollingStone.com and Alice Cooper on Death-Defying Drumming, Bodily Functions

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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.

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