Alice Guests and Short Review
Alice guested onstage with an all-star band in Boca Raton, Palm Beach FL. last night. The band and show was put together by Bon Jovi drummer Tico Torres and also featured Steven Van Zandt and Bobby Dall. The show was the launch party for the Celebrity Golf Tournament the following day in aid of "Children's Safe at Home".
ALSO: [link=http://www.pga.com/news/show/news/spike_show_013105.cfm]PGA.com has a short mention of the show Alice did a few days ago. Full 90 minute set it appears. Not many details though.
This years Annual Alice Cooper Golf Tournament has been confirmed for May 1st-3rd this year. It will be the ninth year of the tournament. Check out [link=http://www.alicegolf.com]AliceGolf.com for past details and meet Cap'n Cooper!!
Posted on 31 Jan 2005 by Si
There's a few words from Alice appeared at [link=http://www.detnews.com/2005/wings/0501/30/D02-73932.htm]Detriot News, again related to the PGA Golf Merchandise show.
Posted on 30 Jan 2005 by Si
Could it be True???
After a year of the "Nights With Alice Coooper" radio show being on the air but not on the net, is it possible we poor souls outside of transmission areas will be able to hear the show online? Well, I could be speaking too soon but it appears so. A report in the [link=http://www.chroniclejournal.com/story.shtml?id=25505]Chronicle Journal indicates that the show will be aired from this monday on Hot105: The Giant in Thunder Bay, which has just changed it format to Classic Rock and is to air the show every weekday evening!! What's even better is that after a bit of searching it appears the station has a [link=http://www.thenewhot105.com/index.asp?CP=BBAR_1]new website and, low and behold, they have an online feed!! Now it could be wishful thinking but this could be the news many have been waiting for! We'll know when the station goes fully to its new format on monday.
Posted on 28 Jan 2005 by Si
There's a new golf related interview appeared at [link=http://www.canoe.ca/NewsStand/OttawaSun/Sports/2005/01/28/912740-sun.html]the Ottawa Sun conducted at the PGA Merchandise Show.
Posted on 28 Jan 2005 by Si
European Tour Dates
The first couple of Mainland Europe shows have appeared for Finland and Denmark in August with many more to follow I'm sure. All dates will be added to the tour dates area (look right) as soon as I hear about them. If you find any dates in your area/country please let me know as it's impossible for me to watch every possible festival and venue site in Europe so may miss things appearing.
Posted on 27 Jan 2005 by Si
A couple of reports have appeared about Alice's appearance at the Sundance Film Festival at the 'Rock School' Launch party. He performed 'School's Out' of course. The one with the most AC content is [link=http://www.newsday.com/entertainment/music/ny-etrock4125416jan27,0,286472.story?coll=nyc-manheadlines-music]Newsday.com
Posted on 26 Jan 2005 by Si
Unoffical Sickthings Meetup
There is already talk about where to meet up before the shows on the new UK tour, including the suggestion of one big meet up, so how would you like a (dis)organised UNOFFICIAL Sickthings meetup at a private function room on the afternoon of the show? There would be food, drink, music, possibly film, kareoke, a quiz and maybe even a surprise or two (NOT Alice). It would involve a small cover charge to help pay for the room hire but if enough people are interested this would hopefully be kept to a few pounds (no prices or quotes are available yet).
At the moment we are looking at ONLY Wembley (6th Nov.) OR Birmingham (9th Nov.) as these are the shows that logistically would be the easiest to do for the organisers.
If this type of informal event would interest you then send an email to [link=mailto:email@example.com]firstname.lastname@example.org simply stating your prefered venue, Wembley or Birmingham. You will be under no obligation by replying. This is simply a fact finding thing to see whether there is enough interest to make it work. (NOTE: You will not get a reply as we are simply collecting numbers for the moment, however if the plan goes further you will be contacted at a later date. Emails come directly to me so you will NOT get spam or added to any mailing lists.) Please only email if you are genuinely interested in such an event and would be able to attend.
Can I repeat this is just an idea at present (may never happen) and a private unofficial fan gathering. Alice Cooper, the band, management and promotors are NOT involved.
Posted on 21 Jan 2005 by Si
Prince Of Darkness on TV
Prince of Darkness is on Movie Central's 'Shadow Lane' tommorow at 10:30 am and 10:15 pm.
'Shadow Lane' is one of the "extra" paid package channels, here but it's not "Pay per view". The times are Pacific. It's also on a few times more in January and February according to the Movie Central site.
Posted on 20 Jan 2005 by Si
Very short announcement of the Cardiff show has appeared at [link=http://icwales.icnetwork.co.uk/0900entertainment/0050artsnews/tm_objectid=15092800%26method=full%26siteid=50082%26headline=school-s-in--alice-to-tour-name_page.html]ICWales site. No new info but thought I'd mention it as it's the first general press for the tour I've seen.
Posted on 19 Jan 2005 by Si
This is a statement direct from Fanfire who are running the ticket packages.
"Update Information : January 19, 2005"
A VERY LIMITED PORTION of all tickets in the front 20 rows (only approximately 200 tickets) are available through AliceCooper.com.
No entire row has been reserved for the package opportunities, ensuring that tickets in all rows be available not only through AliceCooper.com, but also through other ticket outlets and without the premium add-ons.
Premium tickets have NOT taken the entire first two rows for the Platinum packages.Many other tickets are available without paying a premium. Effort has been taken to put together a special evening including awesome seats, exclusive merchandise, autographs, a meet and greet, and a photo. More than just a ticket -- a night that will never be forgotten.
Posted on 19 Jan 2005 by Si
UK Tickets: A Statement
Since yesterday morning there has been an incredible amount of ill feeling towards the organisers of the forthcoming UK (and by extention Australian, European and North American) tour from the online Alice Cooper community on the mailing list, the message board and also through private emails we have recieved here.
In response to this the owner and contributers to this site have felt the need to issue the following statement on our position in this matter. We do not expect that the promotors will take any notice of it, however we believe something has to be said.
Read it [link=http://www.alicecoopertrivia.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/tickets.php]here
Posted on 19 Jan 2005 by Si
Monster Dog DVD
As reported earlier 'Monster Dog', staring Alice Cooper is to finally see a DVD release in the US on Feb. 15th through [link=http://musicvideodistributors.com/customer/product.php?productid=234350%26cat=%26page=1]Video Music Distribution. Click the link to get it direct from the distributers and see a pic of the new cover design.
Posted on 18 Jan 2005 by Si
Newcastle appears on Ticketmaster
[link=http://www.ticketmaster.co.uk]Ticketmaster seems to be having some strange problems. The Newcastle show mentioned below IS up there but you won't find it using a search for either "Alice Cooper" or anything else at thier site. Instead, go to [link=http://www2.ticketmaster.co.uk/]http://www2.ticketmaster.co.uk, then click "rock & pop", and look a little way down the list. You'll find all three shows we've reported listed including Newcastle on 13th November with an 'on sale' date of 21st January.
Posted on 17 Jan 2005 by Si
[link=http://www2.ticketmaster.co.uk/]Ticketmaster are listing a UK shows at Brighton Center on November 5th and Cardiff CIA on the 7th November with support from Twisted Sister. No confirmation if this is correct yet but it does fit in with the info I`ve been told previously. Tickets aren't on sale yet (Jan 19th).
For some reason a search on ticketmaster doesn`t show the Brighton gig, but you can use [link=http://www2.ticketmaster.co.uk/cgi/asp_events/byid.asp?event_id=18003A2EC6F8A0EE&category=CONCERTS&affiliate=POPE]this link, not that there`s much extra info there.
UPDATE: Newcastle Arena said to be 13th November
Posted on 15 Jan 2005 by Si
New Alice Cooper Book!!
Thanks to Steef for spotting this one. [link=http://www.schwarzkopf-schwarzkopf.de/assets/s2dmain.html?url=http://www.schwarzkopf-schwarzkopf.de/]schwarzkopf-schwarzkopf publishing in Germany have a new Alice photo book on its way for May this year and it looks AMAZING! Photos from concerts and backstage. The samples on this page are enough to wet any fan's appitite. Unfortunatly the site text is in German but you should be able to get the idea. It does look like there will be an english distributor [link=http://www.soundtrack-distribution.com/]here but they don't have info on the Alice book yet.
Posted on 14 Jan 2005 by Si
New Neal Smith Interview
Check out [link=http://www.sleazeroxx.com/interviews/smithint.shtml]SleezeRoxx for a great new interview with Neal about his ACG years and current projects. Well worth a read.
Posted on 13 Jan 2005 by Si
Alice to perform with the kids...
According to [link=http://www.philly.com/mld/philly/entertainment/gossip/10632657.htm?1c]Philly.com Alice will be performing at the Sundance Film Festival later this month in relation to the film about the Rock school mentioned a further down this page. The festival runs between January 20th-30th in Park City, Utah. I can`t find a specific date for Alice`s appearance so if anyone finds anything give me a shout. As he`s scheduled to be at the Bob Hope Classic for the first part of this period, and then at the PGA Show on the 29th (likely date) tyhat really only leaves a few days between the two for this to happen.
More info on the real "School Of Rock" can be found [link=http://www.schoolofrock.com/]here
Posted on 13 Jan 2005 by Si
Greatest UK No. 1
Ripped from the pages of [link=http://www.jollyjon.com]Jollyjon.com here's your chance to vote for the greatest No. 1 single ever at the [link=http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio1/chart/greatestno1/a.shtml]BBC website. The choice I think is pretty obvious. I mean, how many good number ones have there been??
Posted on 11 Jan 2005 by Si
Alice appears to be the subject of a show called "Star! Close-up"
this coming saturday in Canada although I`m not quite sure what channel it might be on. "E" possibly or maybe "CityTV" if that`s a channel. It'll be on at 7am anyway and repeated at 2.30pm. It's listed [link=http://vancouver.citytv.com/whats_on/programming/index.asp?date=1-8-02005]here
Posted on 06 Jan 2005 by Si
School Of Rock?
Various sources including [link=http://www.dailylocal.com/site/news.cfm?newsid=13668208&BRD=1671&PAG=461&dept_id=17782&rfi=6]Daily Local are running a story about a real life "School Of Rock" who are producing an documentary which may have some original Alice content.
Posted on 03 Jan 2005 by Si
Alice in Hawaii
Alice is scheduled to appear at the 2005 Mercedes Championships at the Kapalua Golf Club in Maui, Hawaii between the 3rd and 5th January (or thereabouts). Some of the tournament is being shown on ESPN (USA) and SkySports2(UK) but it doesn`t look like the ProAm is.
Posted on 02 Jan 2005 by Si