Alice Cooper originated as an American rock band consisting of Vincent Furnier, Glen Buxton, Michael Bruce, Dennis Dunaway and Neal Smith. The group rose to stardom in the early 1970s, releasing “I’m Eighteen” in 1971 and the even bigger hit “School’s Out” in 1972. In 1973 they released their most successful album, “Billion Dollar Babies,” which reached the #1 spot on both US and UK charts.
The band officially split in 1975, at which time Furnier embarked on his solo career, adopting the band’s name as his own. Between 1975 and 2008, Alice Cooper released 18 solo albums. His live shows are a mix of rock and horror, incorporating fake blood, execution equipment, live boa constrictors and more. Besides his musical career, he has also dabbled in film acting, created a radio show, “Nights with Alice Cooper,” and discovered a love of golf (to which he credits his recovery from drug addiction). He also continues to tour, embarking on the U.S. leg of his Theatre of Death Tour in fall 2009.
The rockers of Aerosmith will be honored at the MusiCares’ Person of the Year benefit concert in 2020, featuring performances from acts like Alice Cooper and Foo Fighters. The show, set to take place on January 24 at the Los Angeles Convention Center’s West Hall, is one of the... Read more
Alice Cooper isn’t quite ready to end his tour yet, as he recently announced another outing across North America in 2020. The ‘Ol’ Black Eyes Is Back’ trek will follow his previously-announced fall leg, which will run from November 3 through 30, making stops in cities like Orlando, Greenville,... Read more
Rocker Alice Cooper will be hitting the road again later this year for in support of forthcoming music. “Ol’ Black Eyes Is Back” Cooper’s new show which he promises is a “very different look than recent tours,” will kick-off on November 3 in Ft. Myers, Florida. From there, he’ll... Read more
A new concert venue will open in Southern Maine in just a few weeks, and is already set to host a handful of artists this year as a part of the series Waterfront Concerts. The Maine Savings Pavilion at Rock Row will be able to hold a capacity of... Read more
The ticketing market will be rocking on Friday when Alice Cooper, Halestorm, Judah & The Lion, Slipknot, The Smashing Pumpkins & Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds and more release new concert tickets for sale. Joining those artists are notable concerts from Ella Mai, Aly & AJ, Luke Bryan, ARIZONA,... Read more
With conference tournaments across the country looming, college hoops tickets continue to infiltrate the market. On sale tomorrow are various session tickets for the PAC 12 Men’s Basketball Tournament, taking place Friday from T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. While the college basketball season reaches its peak, it remains Wednesday’s... Read more
Alice Cooper and Halestorm are teaming up this summer for a co-headlining amphitheater tour across the U.S. Allentown, Pennsylvania will kick-off the 19-date outing on July 17 at PPL Center, followed by shows in cities like Chicago, St. Louis, Nashville, Bethel and Kansas City. The bands will round-out the... Read more
The mid-week ticketing market sees an abundance of rock shows head on sale, including concerts from Alice Cooper, Todd Rundgren and Cheap Trick. Joining them is a Texas performance of Rock of Ages, Broadway’s jukebox musical that highlights the glam rock bands of the 80s, and Sting’s 44/876 Tour... Read more
The International Champions Cup is set to take over stadiums across the U.S. later this summer, and tickets are now available. World renowned teams like FC Barcelona, Real Madrid, Manchester United and Liverpool FC are all expected to compete and will surely draw huge crowds to the matches. Miami’s... Read more
Legendary rocker Alice Cooper announced additional dates for his previously-announced North American tour this summer through fall in support of his latest record. The tour will kick off on August 3 in West Allis, Wisconsin at the Wisconsin State Fair and make way across the U.S. He will stop... Read more