Alice Cooper is an American rock singer-songwriter, musician and actor from Detroit, Michigan. He is best known for tracks such as School’s Out and Poison.
Starting his music career in 1963, as a member of The Spiders, the band later evolved to become Alice Cooper, releasing their debut album, ‘Pretties for You’, in 1969. They have released 26 albums across their career including their breakthrough release, ‘Love It to Death’, which hit #35 Billboard Hot 200, and ‘School's Out’, which contained the single of the same name and hit #2 in the chart. They released their latest album, ‘Welcome 2 My Nightmare’, in 2011.
Their live shows are some of the most lauded and highly-regarded of all-time, and, apart from the huge-selling rock anthems that we all know and love, you can expect to see guillotines, fake blood, snakes, electric chairs, pyrotechnics, and more.
Alice Cooper played UK shows in November 2017, following a US tour earlier in the year. They also embark on the 40th Anniversary Australian Tour in October, alongside special guest Ace Frehley. 2018 has seen them playing US dates too, including the A Paranormal Evening with Alice Cooper tour.
Next up, Alice Cooper head to Europe for the Ol' Black Eyes is Back Tour, alongside Black Stone Cherry. Catch them live by checking out the tour dates and concert ticket information below on Stereoboard.
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I have had the pleasure and the fortune to listen to Alice since I was 10. Alice is unique in rock and roll, combining the cutting edge with rocknroll humour and his own special twists saw him at the O2 in London and many times before. Alice is the past but still strangely the future of rock.God bless you Vincent, take it forward without doubt, you are the very best, I love you and have before the rest of them got it. (but you know that)
Mon 7th Aug 2017
Every time Alice Cooper releases a new album there is the hope it will equal his classic records. Why? Because he’s a rock star, a pioneering performance artist, wonderful raconteur and, of course, a mean golfer. How can anyone not warm to such an intriguing and endlessly entertaining character? Fortunately, we don’t have to work too hard to enjoy ‘Paranormal’, which is possibly his strongest release of this century.