Alice Cooper turned up at the 'GQ Man Of The Year 2010' awards last night (7th) in London
at the Royal Opera House in Covent Garden. There was coverage on "Live From Studio Five" on Channel Five last night which including a brief appearance by Alice as he arrived. The Sun
also has a very brief mention and photo, with another pic here
have a few photos.Sky Arts 1
and Sky Arts HD in the UK will be showing three songs filmed at this years Sonisphere festival Saturday at 9pm and repeated Sunday at 12.30am, 8am and 1.30pm. The songs will apparently be 'School's Out', 'Ballad Of Dwight Fry' and 'Eighteen'.
has some new shirts up for grabs.Lancaster Online
have a show review
Apparently news sources in Finland are reporting that Alice has signed a record deal with Universal Music
and that the new dvd and next CD ('Welcome 2 My Nightmare') will be released by Spinefarm UK, a daughter company of Finnish label Spinefarm (Nightwish, Children of Bodom etc.). More when I get it.
There is a new Alice Cooper tribute album coming out on Main Man records in the U.S. around Halloween. It's called "Remember The Coop - A Tribute To Alice Cooper" and it's a 2 CD set.
The first CD features 20 versions of Cooper classics from "Don't Blow Your Mind" to "You and Me", while the second disc is a tribute to the 'Killer' album.
The pre-order price for the double CD set is only $10.00 U.S. (plus shipping), and you can pre-order here
What is especially noteworthy about this set is that two of the original Alice Cooper members are featured on this tribute.
Michael Bruce (backed by 'Dimma') is featured on "Under My Wheels" and "My Stars", which are remastered versions from "Alive & Re-Cooperated" recorded live in Iceland in 2002. Dennis Dunaway also appears with 'Dimma' on a brand new studio recording of "Halo of Flies".
On top of that Dennis' daughters Che Monet and Renee Dunaway each do their own tribute version on the 'Killer' disc, with Che doing "Dead Babies" and Renee performing "Killer.