The Rock Meets Classic tour's mission statement promises "legendary voices of rock meeting a symphonic orchestra and a rock band." And that's exactly what they'll be delivering next year, when Alice Cooper headlines a number of 2014 dates.
The "Hollywood vampires" of the early-to-mid-'70s are providing the inspiration for an upcoming release by a man who's spent a career exploring the dark and ghoulish. In a new interview, Alice Cooper gives a few details about the covers album he's currently recording.
Alice Cooper has enjoyed one of the more distinguished musical careers of the rock era, but he isn't without regrets -- such as giving up the guitar, something he pokes fun at himself for in a new series of ad spots for Fretlight guitars.
Kiss recently revealed that the staging for their upcoming tour will feature an enormous, fireball-spewing spider. And while the stage set is brand new, the idea is not -- in fact, David Bowie's 1987 Glass Spider tour featured a huge spider set, and more than a decade before that, original shock rocker Alice Cooper used an oversized arachnid as part of his 1975 tour.
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