The UK tour is now in full swing but I'll try and catch up on what's been happening in the last few days.
Alice was at Wembley Arena on Tuesday where he placed his hands in the cement for a plaque on the "Square of Fame" to celebrate being the first international artist to play the venue at least once in each of the last five decades. The Examiner also cover this with a different photo and AC.com also has pics along with some additional material on other events this week.
The extended version of 'Later with Jools Holland' airs in the UK tonight and should have an extra Alice Cooper song as well as different edits of the two songs shown on Tuesday. 'School's Out' from the show can be seen on YouTube. You can vote in a Guardian poll for best live performance on the show here. Alice is currently winning but quite a margin.
A video has been posted launching this years Xmas Pudding show promotion which you can see here. This years show on December 8th will feature acts including Don Fielder, L.A. Guns, sets by Orianthi and a guest appearance by Johnny Depp joining Alice. Tickets go on sale Monday October 29th. Also check out the cool promo photo for the event at Classic Hits.
The Daily Express had a short piece on Alice losing his voice earlier this week.
'Welcome 2 My Nightmare' is to be released on limited edition transparent blood red vinyl.
Wolverhampton Express and Star review last nights show. South Wales Argus has a short review of the Cardiff show.
TimesLive and Bromley Times have short interviews with Alice. The Scotsman has a longer one.
Song Facts have a new interview with Neal Smith talking about writing and recording 'I'm Eighteen'.