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 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
With the NHL Playoffs officially getting underway tonight, it may be surprising to have first-round tickets still going on sale. That’s the case today, as a potential three home games for the Minnesota Wild hit the market. The Wild will take on the Jets in first-round Western Conference action... Read more
With one day to go before the NHL Playoffs officially begin, Canadian hockey fans are finally able to get their hands on tickets. Leading today’s list of onsales is first round playoff games for the Winnipeg Jets and Toronto Maple Leafs. The former will take on the Minnesota Wild... Read more
The holiday weekend is off to a rocking start, as indicated by the day’s vast selection of tickets onsale. Rock concerts dominate the list, including new tours from Alice Cooper, Paramore, Band of Horses, Rob Zombie & Marilyn Manson, Breaking Benjamin, Five Finger Death Punch and more. English crooner... Read more
Musical hitmakers across multiple genres filled up Thursday’s list of ticket presale opportunities, including Alice Cooper, Arctic Monkeys, Paramore, Logic, James Bay and Luke Bryan. Select shows from Josh Groban, Jimmy Eat World, Keith Urban and Eric Clapton are also up for presale today. Comedy fans have plenty to... Read more
There is something to please every music lover on today’s onsales. Leading the day’s list of presale tickets are veteran rockers like Alice Cooper, Paramore, Breaking Benjamin and Arctic Monkeys, whereas country singers Keith Urban, Luke Bryan and Cam continue to see tickets go on sale for upcoming shows.... Read more
Over one thousand events go on sale today on a particularly busy Friday in the ticketing world. On sales are headlined by an already mega-popular event since presale, P!NK’s Beautiful Trauma World Tour next spring. Some other big tours on sale are Avenged Sevenfold, Alice Cooper, Celtic Woman and... Read more
Two singers with careers that span decades have tour dates on presale today: pop singer P!NK’s Beautiful Trauma World Tour, and Alice Cooper’s A Paranormal Evening with… both kick off with North American shows early next year. On sale are a string of family-friendly events for the holiday season, including... Read more
Summary by Dayna Stein, TicketNews Staff Who would have thought that Alice Cooper, Broadway, and Spider-Man would ever be used in the same sentence? Spider-Man, Turn Off the Dark is in its current run at Broadway’s Foxwoods Theater and Alice Cooper has been in negotiations with the production staff... Read more