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Review and Photos by Darren Eagles http://www.motley.com http://www.alicecooper.com Working their way around the world for the last time, Motley…
As the opener on Motley Crue’s Final Tour, Alice Cooper and his band performed a set of greatest hits to an enthusiastic Southern California crowd. The three-guitar attack of Nita Strauss (who recently replaced Orianthi Panagaris), Ryan Roxie and Tommy Henriksen is sterling. With a lavish stage production (boa constrictor, Dwight Fry straight-jacket, creepy-looking dolls, etc.), and a killer sound, Alice Cooper gave Irvine a show that arguably upstaged the headlining act.
While it has been 43 years since the Alice Cooper Band tasted mainstream success with Eighteen, the man known as Alice Cooper is still playing that villainous character, rocking stages all over the world. In a new, tell-all documentary, Super Duper Alice Cooper, writers/directors Sam Dunn, Reginald Harkema, and Scot McFayden reveal Alice Cooper (Vincent Furnier) in all his different incarnations.
Dubbed the first-ever “doc opera,” Super Duper Alice Cooper is the story of Vincent Furnier, the slight, docile, son of a preacher man who found release from normalcy through rock and roll and his alter-ego, Alice.
The Monsters of Madness Tour featuring Alice Cooper and Marilyn Manson hit the Gibson Amphitheater in Los Angeles, CA on June 6th, 2013. While I didn’t get to see Manson’s or Cooper’s entire sets, both artists still were giving L.A. an incredible performance.
Queens, New York Hard Rock band Eve to Adam recently released their newest single, a rad cover of the legendary Alice Cooper’s 1972 hit “Schools Out.” The band recently recorded the track and filmed a teaser video at Vudu studios in Long Island, during a two day break from their national tour with Creed.
Fresh off of a National tour as direct support for Creed, and just in time for Summer, Eve to Adam have released their new single, a cover of legendary rocker Alice Cooper’s “School’s Out.” The track was recorded during a two day break, while on tour with Creed, at Vudu studios in Long Island.
As 55,000+ rock fans descended upon Knebworth this year for the second annual UK Sonisphere Festival, it became apparent that Sonisphere has been swift to throw its dirty, sweaty elbows into the likes of Download and the Reading and Leeds Festival to become one of the premier festivals in Britain. While promoters Kilimanjaro are highly experienced in the live music scene, Sonisphere’s virginal inception last year raised a few questions – would they be able to top 2009’s awesome headlining bands Metallica and Linkin Park?
I got to Parc Jean-Drapeau around the same time 36 Crazyfists hit the stage. I could hear them rocking both past songs and new songs off their upcoming release Collisions And Castaways. The live set was sounding great as I stood waiting to get in. After came Skeletonwitch killing fans with their death/thrash mixture. By the time I got in they were on their second last song and fans were definitely mesmerized by their talent.