REVIEW - Alice Cooper rocks Plymouth


SOURCE – Western Morning News

By WMNHFinch | Posted: October 30, 2015

   Alice Cooper has said that when he set out on his career at the end of the 1960s it was against a backdrop of peace and love. What the industry needed was a villain and he was it.

The shock rocker has gone on to have more than 40 decades at the top. He is an icon of rock and


REVIEW - Alice Cooper Casts Spell On ACL Live In Austin

Alice Cooper

SOURCE: Texas Rock Report By:

AUSTIN, TX – February 12, 2015 The sky was like a framed piece of black velvet art, the temps were 1970’s-era cool and on this weeknight, the line was wrapped around the building and buzzing as if school was just let out for Summer (or Winter in this case). Alice Cooper is one of the most recognizable rock icons


ALICE COOPER REVIEW – San Antonio Express


Alice Cooper Blows The Majestic To Pieces


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


REVIEW | Alice cooper #1 Comic – Return Of The Nightmare King


Alice Cooper has always been called a Rock God and the King of Nightmares. This issue expands on that and takes us on a ride through what being the Nightmare King is. He has always been known for controversy, he was one of the originators of shock rock and was even called demonic. This comic takes all that Cooper has been accused of and says “what if it’s true?” what if he


Alice Cooper Concert Review | Dallas, TX


Photo By Nathan Hunsinger

Excerpt from 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


REVIEW – Wichita, KS


EXCERPT SOURCE: – Wichita Eagle By Denise Neil

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,